We Provide Temporary Roof Systems: How Our Scaffolding Structures And Canopies Give Effective Weather Proofing & Coverage
Temporary roof cover is an almost an essential component for waterproofing in the construction of a scaffold structure when you need to repair tiles or have a leak in your roof. After all, how many rainy days does the UK suffer? If you are waiting for a new roof to be installed on your property, don’t expose it to the elements. We can deliver the temporary roofs for weather and waterproofing protection you need at a low price. Our tin hat scaffold prices with monarflex and corrugated sheets start at £2500 -£100k +
Corrugated sheet tin hat
We can provide several different types of corrugated temporary roof coverage with a shrink wrap. The most popular and cost effective temporary roof coverage system available is traditional corrugated sheeting. Like many other temp roof canopy structures, this type is compatible with the 450mm or 750mm alloy Layher or Haki beam system. Layher scaffolding beams are versatile and can be used to build many kinds of temporary roofs and roof canopy structures, including the support. The same can be said for the Haki beam temporary canopy system. Both beams are reliable, robust and can be excellent as a scaffolding framework for temporary roof coverage and waterproofing, this tin hat system also comes with monarflex or a shrink wrap and the most robust corrugated sheets
Using the traditional temp roof coverage system, we can build the corrugated canopy structure to the intended ridge height of the new roof. In doing this, we have to ensure that the alloy beams we use on all temporary roofs are of the correct span. We install them by using double coupler components and tying tubes to the front and rear of the beams so that the span across and over the property is properly supported. When these are in place, we install purling tubes at the centres of the beams that will support the steel sheets. More info on NASC canopy and waterproofing protection here
Of course with any temporary roofs, there are the corrugated sheets, monarflex or shrink wrap that will help prevent water from entering the property so we take extra care at this stage. We lay the sheets on the purling tubes of our temporary roofs and tie them down using a special roofing coupler components that have been designed specifically for weather protection and waterproofing coverage scaffolds. When the area has been covered, we can install more purling tubes with the roofing couplers to keep every sheet firmly in place. For added working at height edge protection and safeguarding, we usually cover the building from roof line to gutter line in a shrink wrap or plastic monarflex sheeting. This gives further waterproofing and weather protection qualities from the temp roof canopy.
System tin hat roofing structures, using a framed scaffold canopy, have also been developed as a quicker and lighter way of covering buildings. These temporary roofs always uses the 750mm size of Layher or Haki beams, which are fixed together with spigot pins and bolt components or quick release pins for complete coverage and waterproofing.
When we are asked to provide a weather protection system & waterproofing corrugated structures on larger buildings, the alloy beam sections are constructed on a gable end scaffold and are then wheeled along a track into place. Once the structure is in the right location and at the correct intervals along the eaves of the property, we tie the beams together using sturdy braces similar to the ones used on alloy towers. When we’re happy that the braces have been fully installed, we pull a canvas sheeting into the runners and over the span of the beams to act as a barrier against the weather.
We don’t use monarflex sheeting with this kind of roofing cover canopy as we can use a canvas size shrink wrap that extends beyond the level of the eaves – even down to floor level if required.
Both of these temporary roof solutions and coverage are suitable on particular roof projects, such as church and cathedral repairs and listed building renovations. We have a great deal of experience of providing these temporary roof structures and components for homeowners, trade firms and construction companies. Whatever your waterproofing and weather coverage requirements are, we can deliver our temp roofs quickly and effectively. We cover large regions of the south east of England, including London, Hampshire, Surrey, East Sussex and West Sussex with our temp roofing and tin hat and shrink wrap systems.
Don’t leave things to the whim of the weather whenever you need to carry out roof works; please give one of our qualified scaffolders a call for further information on our waterproofing temp roofs. We believe that we’re the best company in the area and are dedicated to achieving excellent customer satisfaction. We are happy to provide free guidance on the best type of temporary roof coverage and tin hat canopy system for your property and a no obligation quote.