ECO Roofing http://ecoroofing.co.za Turnkey Roof Truss and cover solutions Mon, 16 Jul 2018 16:40:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 http://ecoroofing.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/cropped-fav_icon_grey-32x32.png ECO Roofing http://ecoroofing.co.za 32 32 Roof Extension – Chromadek Sheeting http://ecoroofing.co.za/roofing-projects/roof-extension-standerton http://ecoroofing.co.za/roofing-projects/roof-extension-standerton#respond Mon, 16 Jul 2018 09:21:51 +0000 http://ecoroofing.co.za/?p=2773 Traffic Green Chromadek Sheeting on Exposed Timber Roof Trusses Another golden oldie just got a new take on live and made bigger with a timber roof extension covered with Chromadek Corrugated Sheeting. We just finished another great roofing project on a farm in Standerton. The owner extend the old farm house and kept the old […]

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Roof Extension – Farmhouse Standerton

Traffic Green Chromadek Sheeting on Exposed Timber Roof Trusses

Another golden oldie just got a new take on live and made bigger with a timber roof extension covered with Chromadek Corrugated Sheeting.

We just finished another great roofing project on a farm in Standerton. The owner extend the old farm house and kept the old sandstone look and feel but upgraded the roof & windows. Expose roof trusses was also used in the living room for a more dramatic effect.

Our client required a roofing solution that would tie in with the existing building and choose ECO Roofing to handle the following:

  • Design & Manufacturing of custom prefabricated timber roof trusses;
  • Delivery of the roof trusses to Standerton district;
  • Installation and erection of roof trusses;
  • Installed Sisalation on house & “stoep” roofs to comply with SANS requirements;
  • Supply and install of corrugated traffic green chromadek sheeting;
  • 225mm Nutec fascia boards installed around house and “stoep” for finishing;
  • Inspection and Certification of roof.

 

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Torch On Waterproofing http://ecoroofing.co.za/waterproofing-projects/torch-on-waterproofing http://ecoroofing.co.za/waterproofing-projects/torch-on-waterproofing#respond Thu, 23 Nov 2017 11:04:57 +0000 http://ecoroofing.co.za/?p=2713 Waterproofing roof slabs with Bitumin & Torch On When the raining season starts thelast thing you want is a call from one of your tenants complain about a leaking sealing. When it was time to redo and waterproof the roof slabs of a residential building in Pretoria, ECO Roofing’s Waterproofing contractor was called in to […]

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Harcourts Capital – Menlopark, Pretoria

Waterproofing roof slabs with Bitumin & Torch On

When the raining season starts thelast thing you want is a call from one of your tenants complain about a leaking sealing. When it was time to redo and waterproof the roof slabs of a residential building in Pretoria, ECO Roofing’s Waterproofing contractor was called in to get the job done!

The first course of action was to remove all previous waterproofing material and to prepare the roof slabs for Torch On application. After all the roof slabs were cleaned it was primed with Bitumin primer. Once the primer dried, 4mm Jayco Torch on was then applied. Finishing off the Torch on waterproofing job everything was panted with silver aluminum to help protect against the sun.

Here are the remedies followed repairing and waterproofing the roof slabs:

  • Remove old & previous waterproofing measures;
  • Prepair slabs for water proofing by priming it with Bitumin primer;
  • Apply 4mm Jayco Torch to seal the slabs and making it waterproof;
  • Protect Torch On by painting it with two coats of aluminum silver.

Waterproofing flassings
Jayco 4mm Torch On
Bitumin Torch On Waterproofing
Torch On Sliver Waterproofing
Bitumin primer toped with torch on
Waterproofing Torch On painted silver aluminium

For any waterproofing requirement please contact us or request a quote below!

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IBR Acrylic Waterproofing http://ecoroofing.co.za/waterproofing-projects/ibr-acrylic-waterproofing http://ecoroofing.co.za/waterproofing-projects/ibr-acrylic-waterproofing#respond Thu, 23 Nov 2017 10:29:18 +0000 http://ecoroofing.co.za/?p=2704 Reviving & Waterproofing an IBR Roof of a factory Repairing & waterproofing IBR roof sheeting can be a tricky task but done right it could almost double the lifespan of a roof. Here are the remedies followed to give an IBR roof in Kya Sands a new life. Before treatment and waterproofing could be applied […]

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Almanac Waterproofing Project, Kya Sands

Reviving & Waterproofing an IBR Roof of a factory

Repairing & waterproofing IBR roof sheeting can be a tricky task but done right it could almost double the lifespan of a roof. Here are the remedies followed to give an IBR roof in Kya Sands a new life.

Before treatment and waterproofing could be applied rust had to be removed on the IBR sheeting. The IBR roof was treated with Pekay Rustconverter and sanded down. Pekay corrugated primer was applied to ensure a solid grip for the waterproofing material to follow.

All lose sheeting and damage sections was fixed. To ensure a watertight seal, 3 x layers of the Pekay Acrylic membrane system was used. The roof also had sections of fiberglass panels that had to be fixed and sealed. Polyurthane joint sealant was used on all fiberglass panels.

The factory roof also had sheeting tying in with roof slabs that had to be seal. Roof slabs was previously also sealed with in effective Torch On and everything had to be removed before any remedies could be applied. After the old Tourch On was removed all the flat areas was primed with Bitumonuis primer. Once the primer have dried 4mm Jayco Copirnit Torch On was applied. The Torch On areas was covered with two coats of aluminum silver to help protect against the sun.

Here are the remedies followed repairing and waterproofing the IBR roof:

  • Remove old & previous waterproofing measures;
  • Treat rusted IBR sheeting with Pekay Rustconverter;
  • Sand down all affected & rusted arias;
  • Apply Pekay corrugated primer to prepare services for waterproofing and painting;
  • Fix lose sheeting and damage sections;
  • Applied 3 x layers of the Pekay Acrylic membrane system to sheeting;
  • Seal all fiberglass panel with Polyurthane joint sealant;
  • Prime roof slabs with Bitumonuis primer;
  • Waterproof roof slabs with 4mm Jayco Copirnit Torch On;
  • Protect Torch On by painting it with two coats of aluminum silver.

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Torch On Jayco Waterproofing
IBR & Skylight Waterproofing
IBR Sheeting Acrylic Waterproofing
IBR & Para pit Waterproofing
IBR Sheeting Waterproofing
Jayco Torch On & IBR Waterproofing
IBR Acrylic Waterproofing
IBR Acrylic and Torch On Waterproofing

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Roof Inspection. Think your roof is safe? Think again! http://ecoroofing.co.za/roof-inspection-think-roof-safe-think/ http://ecoroofing.co.za/roof-inspection-think-roof-safe-think/#respond Mon, 13 Nov 2017 14:26:28 +0000 http://ecoroofing.co.za/?p=2658 Interview with Tinus and Stian de Jager Is a building safe for continued occupation and use once the occupation certificates are issued? Most people would have thought so, but that isn’t the case. Building owners are actually required by law to carry out regular inspections to ensure the structural safety of their buildings. Tinus and […]

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Interview with Tinus and Stian de Jager

Is a building safe for continued occupation and use once the occupation certificates are issued? Most people would have thought so, but that isn’t the case. Building owners are actually required by law to carry out regular inspections to ensure the structural safety of their buildings.

Tinus & Stian de Jager - TrussVision

Tinus and Stian de Jager from TrussVision, a company which specialises in carrying out inspections of roof structures and assisting with their repair, tell Asset just what an important aspect of safety this is.

The regulations that have to be followed during the design and construction phases of a building are well known. As Tinus points out, a building must comply with the requirements set down in the Building Standards Act and the National Building Regulations in order to be given an occupation certificate by the local authority. Legal compliance doesn’t and there, however. There is a further requirement in the Oc

 

cupational Health and Safety Act (Act 85 of 1993) (Section 11(2)) which states:

An owner of a structure must ensure that:

  • Inspections of the structure are carried out periodically by competent persons in order to render the structure safe for continued use;
  • That the inspections contemplated in paragraph (a) are carried out at least once every six months for the first two years and thereafter yearly;
  • The structure is maintained in such a manner that it remains safe for continued use.

 

It is because most building owners are not aware of this fact that many of the roof structures that Tinus and Stian have seen over the years are in fact not safe. Structural failures are known to have occurred, causing losses and damage for landlords and tenants alike. Worse yet, landlords would be held responsible for injuries or deaths occurring as a result of such structural failures.

So why isn’t the regulation more commonly known about? Tinus and Stian believe that one possibility is because it appears in the Occupational Health and Safety Act rather than the Building Standards Act or the National Building Regulations. It just isn’t in a place where most building owners might think to look when making themselves aware of their responsibilities – and once a new building is signed off and certified as safe for occupancy, no one thinks very much further about it.

Yet, as these two gentlemen have seen firsthand, there is a good reason to require regular structural integrity inspections – particularly in the case of roof structures. Timber, which is used for constructing many roof structures in South Africa, actually loses some of its strength in the early part of its life. Stian explains that this loss of strength does decelerate and eventually stabilise, and that safety factors are built into the architectural and engineering designs, and into the timber ratings, to try and ensure that the correct timber is used. “However, there can still be major and minor non-compliances when it comes to construction and installation, some failures, or apparent or inherent defects that could result from design, manufacturing or installation,” he says. “A structure older than 20 years might not even have been inspected, so there is room for things to go wrong.”

Tinus and Stian have developed their business on the basis of helping business owners comply with the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, protect their own commercial and financial interests, and be responsible corporate citizens. They have carried out work for the likes of listed Property Fund EMIHA, for which they did a complete Gauteng portfolio inspection and oversaw all the necessary remedial work. Emira was one of the forward thinking property funds to set the example and take the lead in securing that their entire portfolio is checked and certified to be “safe for continued use.”

Other funds and building owners are also starting to become more aware of the potential problems that could arise from structural failures, and the liabilities that they could face in the event of injuries or deaths. The service that Tinus and Stian offer through Truss-Vision will go so far as to inspect every building in a portfolio, to report back to the client on every minor or major issue, and to oversee the remedial work which makes the structure safe for continued use.

“We check for a range of things. The first is on non-compliance as far as roof erecting procedures are concerned, because there are basic procedures which might not have been followed,” Tinus explains. ‘We look for timber deformations — things like buckling, bending and breaking which are typical after the first ten or 15 years of a building’s life, and which aren’t always obvious but can nevertheless be potentially problematic.”

Roof truss remedies
Roof truss inspection
Roof repairs

The next step is to make recommendations to the client. In many cases, as Tinus points out, building owners need some assistance when it comes to implementing those recommendations, so a further aspect of the service offered includes compiling a bill of quantities for the work to be done and putting the contracts out to tender_ “This way, the client doesn’t get a whole range of different quotes in from people who believe that different things need to be done. They are able to compare like for like,” he adds.

With their backgrounds as engineers and roof inspectors, Tinus and Stian are able to monitor the remedial work and ensure that it is done correctly. They are both members of the Institute for Timber Construction, which is the regulatory body that regulates the timber roofing industry. “The industry is generally fairly well regulated on the design and manufacturing side, but the erectors aren’t as well regulated as they could be. I’d say that poor workmanship accounts for probably 80% of the issues that we see,” Tinus comments.

Stian adds that this largely comes down to a lack of training, which is not just about the physical assembly, but also involves interpret-ing drawings correctly. ‘We work quite closely with Prof Burdzik from the University of Pretoria, who we often consult on tricky designs, and who has assisted us in the past in putting together the correct details for remedial work. His comment bus was that we’d need to be on site regularly, monitoring the way things are done – so that’s what we do. We climb into those roofs and spend time helping the contractors to do the job right,” he says.

This ensures that the remedial work is done properly so that the roof structure can be signed off for the coming year. “The remedial work should last for the lifetime of the building if it is done properly, so we can say that the structure is safe for continued use and check again in a year, and in the meantime the client knows they have guaranteed work,” Tinus adds.

Much has changed in the timber roofing industry over the past few decades – including the quality of the timber (which is now grown much faster are actually performs differently from much older timber), workmanship and training. All this combines to mean that whereas one might have been able to rely on a roof structure holding up without a problem 50 years ago, it isn’t worth the risk today. Certainly for commercial landlords, the potential costs of repairing structures and relocating tenants, not to mention the risk of injury to occupants, is not worth it.

“lf you look at the cost of addressing these problems and compare it to our fee, which is usually in the region of about R6 to R8 per square meter, it’s a drop in the ocean,” Tinus maintains. “Our goal isn’t to burden our clients with additional heavy costs for inspections – it is to transform the industry, steer it out of a potential crisis, and hopefully raise aware-ness about some of the broader issues that need addressing,” he adds. In the meantime, TrussVision is focused on providing a service to clients which will help them comply with legal requirements, which protects their financial and commercial interests, and which keeps building occupants sale and sound.

Published in Asset, Issue 56, October 2017 
Interviewed by Tony Korsten
Written by Claire Cole
Photographed by Tony Korsten

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New Timber Roof – Harvey Tiles http://ecoroofing.co.za/roofing-projects/harvey-elite-tiles-on-exposed-roof-trusses http://ecoroofing.co.za/roofing-projects/harvey-elite-tiles-on-exposed-roof-trusses#respond Tue, 07 Nov 2017 13:33:23 +0000 http://ecoroofing.co.za/?p=2652 Old time farmhouse charm captured with exposed roof trusses & lightweight Harvey steel Elite tiles. We do roofing projects all over South Africa and just when you think you have seen it all you get a request from a client in the Belford district to erect a roof for an old (new) purposely build sandstone […]

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Farmhouse Kerslake – Belford district

Old time farmhouse charm captured with exposed roof trusses & lightweight Harvey steel Elite tiles.

We do roofing projects all over South Africa and just when you think you have seen it all you get a request from a client in the Belford district to erect a roof for an old (new) purposely build sandstone farmhouse.

Capturing the old time romance of an historic South African farm house the “Kerslake Farmhouse” boasts a simple yet elegant sand stone house with large sunny windows and all round “stoep”. The modern interior and lay out compliment the look & feel of the house and finishing it off with exposed trusses on the “stoep” & lightweight steel Harvey Elite tiles covering was just the cherry on to with a hint of nostalgia.

Our client required a total roofing solution and choose ECO Roofing to handle the following:

  • Design & Manufacturing of custom prefabricated timber roof trusses;
  • Delivery of the roof trusses to Belford district;
  • Installation and erection of roof trusses;
  • Custom made roof structure (exposed roof trusses) with wood rafters for “stoep”;
  • Installed Sisalation on house & “stoep” roofs to comply with SANS requirements;
  • Supply and install of lightweight steel Harvey Elite tiles;
  • 225mm Nutec fascia boards installed around house and “stoep” for finishing;
  • Seamless gutters installed;
  • Inspection and Certification of roof.

Wooden trusses for new roof
New timber roof erection
Prefabricated timber roof truss erection
Prefabricated roof truss erection
Lightweight steel Harvey Elite tiles covering
Exposed roof trusses made with wood rafters
Exposed Timber Roof Trusses
Exposed roof trusses
Complete roofing with trusses and Harvey Elite tiles

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MBT Charl Cilliers – Car Wash http://ecoroofing.co.za/roofing-projects/exposed-roof-trusses-covered-ibr-chromadek-sheeting http://ecoroofing.co.za/roofing-projects/exposed-roof-trusses-covered-ibr-chromadek-sheeting#respond Thu, 19 Oct 2017 10:33:01 +0000 http://ecoroofing.co.za/?p=2506 Capturing the true essence of local activities with a clean industrial look by using exposed roof trusses covered by IBR chromadek roof sheeting. MBT Charl Cilliers is one of the biggest filling station and truck stop in Mpumalanga. As per online reviews they have great service and the best quality petrol and diesel in the […]

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MBT Charl Cilliers / Secunda – Car Wash

Capturing the true essence of local activities with a clean industrial look by using exposed roof trusses covered by IBR chromadek roof sheeting.

MBT Charl Cilliers is one of the biggest filling station and truck stop in Mpumalanga. As per online reviews they have great service and the best quality petrol and diesel in the Secunda aria. With their successes & popularity the demand for a local car wash grew and MBT Charl Cilliers took the next step by adding a car wash to their site.

ECO Roofing was chosen to supply a complete roofing solution that included the design & manufacturing of prefabricated timber roof trusses, the installation of the exposed trusses and fitment of the IBR chromadek roof sheeting. Exposed roof trusses was used as the client wanted a clean industrial look to compliment surroundings and local activities.

ECO Roofing delivered the following roofing services:

  • Roof structure designed;
  • Timber roof truss manufacturing and delivering;
  • Fitment of exposed roof trusses and erecting of roof;
  • Supply and fitment of IBR chromadek roof sheeting;
  • Contraction of short roof overhang with a box gutter;
  • Inspection and certification of new roof structure;
  • Management of roofing process from design to finish.

Contraction of short roof overhang with a box gutter
Fitment of prefabricated timber roof trusses
Exposed roof trusses erection
TIMBER ROOF TRUSSES INSTALLED
EXPOSED ROOF TRUSSES BRACING
Exposed roof trusses painted white
MBT Car Wash Exposed roof trusses
Short IBR Chromadek roof with a box gutter
MBT Charl Cilliers - Car Wash with exposed roof trusses & IBR Chromadek sheeting

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Choosing a Roofing Company http://ecoroofing.co.za/choosing-a-roofing-company/ http://ecoroofing.co.za/choosing-a-roofing-company/#respond Mon, 10 Apr 2017 12:40:53 +0000 http://ecoroofing.co.za/?p=2211 When it comes to the roof over your families head you do not want to take any short cuts. Even a small over sight has the potential to end up costing you a lot of money. The roof structure design & prefabricated roof trusses you choose could be an expensive item when building a new […]

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When it comes to the roof over your families head you do not want to take any short cuts. Even a small over sight has the potential to end up costing you a lot of money. The roof structure design & prefabricated roof trusses you choose could be an expensive item when building a new house. Settling for a cheaper option and using inexperienced roofing contractors could end up costing you a lot more!

Things like exposed roof trusses could be one of the most visually pleasing elements of a new construction, if done correctly! To achieve the desired exposed truss effect collaboration between architect, trusses manufacturer and the client are essential!

So in short if you want a good looking end result that is functional and save it is imperative that you work with a roofing company that understands the roofing process from design to erection and who is qualified & certified for the roofing industry

Some of the things to keep in mind when getting started with a new roofing project:

Affordability

When designing a new roof the last thing driving the project must be COST VS. VALUE. The roof structure and material used must be of roofing industry standard! The roof designers must be qualified and the roof manufacturer must be industry certified.

When choosing a roofer the same applies! The casual laborer will be cheaper than an experienced roofer but the end result will be worlds apart. It is strongly advisable to use a roofing company that can offer a complete roofing solution and let them worry about roof truss erection.

With roofing companies like ECO Roofing, you can be assured of the best qualified roofing service at a competitive price.

Choose a roofing expert

Choosing to work with a roofing expert may be more expensive initially but with everything the roofing expert brings to the table you will save a boat load in the end. Roofing experts can handle the complete roofing process for you. They have skilled workers that understand the process of erecting roofs. They know what is trending and what works! They know what to do to prevent problems and to assure that a roof structure is structural save.

Choosing the correct roofing expert?

All roofing experts will have a good track record and many successful projects to show potential customers as reference to their work. Roofing companies must also be certified by the roofing industry standard and verifying this in most instances is just a phone call.

The one other thing to consider is “Do you get along with your roofing contractor” This may sound strange but you will be spending a considerable amount of time leasing with your roofing company / person and to a certain length you have to like him/her for it to work!

So give your roofing expert a call. Ask all the question and see if you guys click!

Company repetition.

If you find a local roofing expert you like but still need something extra to make sure it is the correct choice, the best thing is to head over to social media and see what people have to say about the company. You could also Google the company name and see what comes up beside their website detail. Do your homework, make sure they are qualified and capable. Be comfortable with your contact person. Happy Roofing!


Author Bio

Louw Barnard is a roofing consultant. He is well known for following the roofing industry closely and always exploring innovation roofing ideas. Louw recommends ECORoofing.co.za for the best roofing services in South Africa.

 

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Steel Connections Make Strong Impression http://ecoroofing.co.za/ideas/steel-connections-make-strong-impression http://ecoroofing.co.za/ideas/steel-connections-make-strong-impression#respond Tue, 04 Apr 2017 21:44:45 +0000 http://ecoroofing.co.za/?p=2073 Anybody who appreciates modern architecture surely appreciates exposed steel connections, be they steel to steel or steel to another material. The material’s strength makes it ideal as a structural component in various ways. Welding, bolting, bending and other fastenings and manipulations give steel joints lots of character. This article focuses on these connections, looking at […]

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Anybody who appreciates modern architecture surely appreciates exposed steel connections, be they steel to steel or steel to another material. The material’s strength makes it ideal as a structural component in various ways. Welding, bolting, bending and other fastenings and manipulations give steel joints lots of character. This article focuses on these connections, looking at technical aspects but also the aesthetic richness they provide.
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New Timber Roof – Double Roman http://ecoroofing.co.za/roofing-projects/colnic-manor-exposed-roof-trusses http://ecoroofing.co.za/roofing-projects/colnic-manor-exposed-roof-trusses#respond Tue, 04 Apr 2017 20:24:30 +0000 http://ecoroofing.co.za/?p=2054 Prefabricated timber roof trusses with vented top ends covered with Double Roman roof tiles to finish off the look and feel of a true modern Tuscan house. This modern Tuscan style home situated in an exclusive estate in Pretoria east combines luxury and entertainment. A modern but still classic roof was needed to achieve the […]

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House – Colnic Manor -Mooikloof Heights – Pretoria East

Prefabricated timber roof trusses with vented top ends covered with Double Roman roof tiles to finish off the look and feel of a true modern Tuscan house.

This modern Tuscan style home situated in an exclusive estate in Pretoria east combines luxury and entertainment. A modern but still classic roof was needed to achieve the effect the client required. The client (owner / builder) also required a complete roofing service that could be managed by a roofing company from start to finish. ECO Roofing was chosen as the best, reasonably priced roofing company.

The roofing project comprised of different roof section with a total cover of 645m2. The roof designs included prefabricated roof trusses for the main house and exposed roof trusses supported by laminated wooden beams for the landing / front section of the house.

To complete the required look, slate colored Double Roman roof tiles was supplied and installed as roof cover.

ECO Roofing handled the roofing component of the project by:

  • Roof structure designed;
  • Timber Roof truss manufacturing and delivering;
  • Fitment of prefabricated roof trusses and erecting of roof;
  • Supply and erecting of laminated beams + trusses for landing;
  • Supply and laying of roof tiles;
  • Inspection and certification of new roof structure;
  • Management of roofing process from design to finish.

Roof truss erection
Prefabricated Roof truss erection
Packing of roof tiles
Double Roman roof tiles
Laminated beam and truss erection for landing
laying of roof tiles on landing
Exposed roof trusses and laminated wooden beam
Completed Roofing Project
Perfection in Roofing - Beautiful house

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Exposed Roof Trusses – Patio http://ecoroofing.co.za/roofing-projects/stained-exposed-timber-roof-trusses http://ecoroofing.co.za/roofing-projects/stained-exposed-timber-roof-trusses#respond Tue, 04 Apr 2017 18:50:24 +0000 http://ecoroofing.co.za/?p=2048 Exposing the true beauty of exposed roof trusses. Take away the ceiling stain the prefabricated trusses and stand back to admire a work of art! Exposed Roof Trusses could be one of the most visually pleasing elements of a new construction, if done correctly! To achieve the desired exposed truss effect collaboration between architect, trusses […]

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Farm House Cronje – Patio – Volksrust District

Exposing the true beauty of exposed roof trusses. Take away the ceiling stain the prefabricated trusses and stand back to admire a work of art!

Exposed Roof Trusses could be one of the most visually pleasing elements of a new construction, if done correctly! To achieve the desired exposed truss effect collaboration between architect, trusses manufacturer and the client are essential! At Eco Roofing we understand this and our roofing consultants will go the extra mile to bring all the parties together to make the desired effect a reality.

The Farm House Cronje – Patio project needed just that and contracted ECO Roofing to make their roofing vision for their new upmarket, lose standing patio a reality.

ECO Roofing brought the following to the project:

  • Roof structure designed;
  • Roof truss manufacturing and delivering;
  • Fitment of prefabricated roof trusses and erecting of roof;
  • Staining of exposed roof trusses;
  • Supply and packing of roof tiles;
  • Inspection and certification of new roof structure.

To round it all off, slate colored Double Roman roof tiles was used to get the desired look for the outside roof covering of the upmarket patio.


Exposed Timber Roof Trusses
Exposed Roof Trusses
Stained Exposed Roof Trusses

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