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Cut Roofs

We specialise in the craftsmanship of traditional Hand Cut Pitch Roofs, providing a wide array of services such as extensions, trussed, dormer, gable and hip end roofs. Our goal is to deliver comprehensive solutions tailored to fulfill a variety of roofing requirements. From enhancing functionality to enhancing aesthetics, our services encompass a spectrum of tasks aimed at optimising your roof.

Timber frame or traditional complete build extensions are meticulously crafted to adhere to local building regulations and insulating standards. We prioritise customisation, tailoring each extension to fulfill the unique desires and needs of our clients. Our approach ensures that every aspect of the project, from design to completion, reflects the individual preferences and specifications provided by our clients. The result is a high-quality, bespoke extension that enhances both the functionality and aesthetic appeal of the property.

About the Process

Cut roofs, also known as traditional roofs, are a type of roof structure that is constructed on-site by skilled carpenters using timber components. They are commonly used in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.


The process of constructing a cut roof typically involves the following steps:


Design and planning: The first step is to design the roof structure based on the architectural plans and requirements of the building. This includes determining the pitch and span of the roof, as well as the size and spacing of the timber components.


Cutting the timber components: Once the design is finalized, the timber components are cut to the required size and shape using specialized saws and tools. This includes cutting the rafters, joists, ridge boards, and other structural elements.


Assembly of the roof frame: The timber components are then assembled on-site to form the roof frame. This involves joining the rafters to the ridge board and attaching the purlins and other components to the frame.


Roof covering: Once the frame is complete, the roof covering is installed. This can include tiles, shingles, or other materials, depending on the design and requirements of the building.


Overall, cut roofs are a complex and highly skilled construction technique that requires a great deal of experience and expertise. They offer a number of benefits, including durability, strength, and versatility, making them a popular choice for a wide range of building applications.

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