The roof at The Maltings has needed extensive repairs throughout - many of the main timbers had extensive rot and were sagging in places. Below the tiles, no felt or membrane had been fitted. All the tiles have been removed, and  the rotten timbers have been either repaired, strengthened or replaced. Where possible the original tiles have been reused, great care has gone into matching the original tiles where replacements are needed.
The pictures below show the extent of the issues and show a picture diary of the repairs.
Extensive Internal Rot in the roof area
Extensive Internal Rot in the roof area
Repairs to the original poor condition roof timbers
Strengthening and replacement ofheavily rotted timbers
Repairs to the original poor condition roof timbers
Poor condition of the slates above the Tap Room
New Tyvek and battons being installed to the front elevation
New Tyvek and battons being installed to the car park elevation
New Tyvek and batons being installed and tiling started on the tap room
Tiling complete on the tap room
Tiling nearly complete on the front elevation
Rebuilt dormer construction on the tap room
Most of the tiling finished for the front elevation
Tiling virtually completed
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