JM Roofing has been in the roofing industry for the past 14 years, have earned ourselves a great reputation for our work and friendly yet professional manner . The Pitched Roofs that we build are of supreme quality and will last a long time, at the same time sustaining their pleasing look. From the historical mansions to the snow fed areas, you would find pitched roofs in certain places where the weather goes in extremities. The pitch roof is a slanting construction that is laid over a house to rise up to 12 inches, which is 10°. This style was inspired by the Gothic Architecture that was very much prevalent in that time. We know that the roof depends on many factors like the material that is used, the walkability and also a proportion to the building; hence we gain every bit of information needed to construct the roof that you are looking for, providing you with total peace of mind.
Reasons for having a Pitched Roof:
- You most importantly like the structure of the pitched roof. The aesthetic appeal of the house can increase when you have a slanted roof
- The loft space is the best advantage of having a pitched roof. The slanted construction meets and forms a peak, which gives you a lot of space to keep your unused materials, or convert in to another bedroom
- A pitched roof has a greater life span than any other roofs. The materials that we use are of the highest quality and all work is carried out to the highest standard to ensure longevity of your new roof
- The pitched roofs can make your house look different from the neighbouringhouses bringing an element of individuality
- Longer life span than other roofs, materials are often more durable and weather resistant
Below are some examples of complete re-roofs that have been undertaken by J.M. Roofing, roofing new extensions, roofing complete new build projects and re-roofing old oak barns.As you can see we can use many different types of tile (Slate, Pan tiles, Peg Tiles) and can even blend in with existing tiles, for seemless extensions.
The barn roofs have been completely re roofed, insulated (between rafters) and plaster boarded and Velux added.
Roofing for a new-build, five bedroom bungalow in Witley, Surrey
While this bugalow was having building work undertaken, J.M. Roofing completely re-roofed the entire building.
This house had an extensive extension added, and J.M. Roofing blended the new roof with the old giving a seemless finish to the building.
This house in Haslemere was re-roofed giving it a much smarter appearance.
This garage in Pulborough was added onto the existing building, and again, the existing tiles were matched to give the most seemless appearance possible..
Kent Detatched House
Another new build, but this time a large detatched house in Kent. A lighter coloured tile was chosen to give a great contrast with the brickwork.
These barns in Bramley, Surrey, were re-roofed, and the inside plasterboarded, and Velux windows were added as finishing touches.
Re-roof of a modern house in Loxwood.
Converting a barn from a very old tin roof, to locally made Keymer tile roof
Complete re-roof of a very old cottage in Smithbrook.
Large new build house
Another new build. This house has a lot of different roofing features including a pitched hexagonal room to the back.