The front elevation of this prominent 15th century property on Burford high street owned by Manfred Schotten Antiques was damaged by a storm in 2017.
Once a scaffolding was erected it became clear that the damage was quite extensive to the front elevation.
The stone slate roofs were completely stripped back to the rafters.
Insulation was then added in the form of TLX Gold breathable
membrane, the roof was then treated with preservative for
the prevention of woodworm before being re-laid on treated baton.
Cotswold stone slates were then re-laid.
New cast-iron guttering was fitted replacing the damaged
We also fitted a new slate guard to protect pedestrians below.
Finally timber repairs were carried out to Sash window heads
on the middle floor to allow new lead-work to be installed.
"We had the unfortunate happening - Storm damage - at the front part of our roof on the High Street in Burford. We employed Pether’s, the local listed buildings restoration specialist to repair the damaged part of the roof. The company arranged the enormous scaffolding that was needed to get to the roof, they worked very cleanly and professionally, documented all the damaged parts with detailed photographs and the result is marvelous. A very satisfactory experience indeed. Many thanks to Pether’s of Burford."
ClientManfred Schotten Antiques
RoleBuilders and Project Management
TypeConservation and Restoration