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Chancel roof at Barham Church

The restoration of the tiling to the Chancel roof at Barham Church near Ipswich, as can be seen from the photo's the tiles are a mixture of fish scale, bull nose and plain tiles, the replacement tiles were hand cut to match the existing tiles.

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South Chancel

South Chance

South Chancel note detailed ridge

South Chancel note detailed ridge.

South Chancel including abutment flashing

South Chancel including abutment flashing

South Chancel

South Chance

Tower South nave chancel

Tower South nave chancel

Tower South nave chancel

Tower South nave chancel

South Chancel

South Chancel


Restoration Cooks Hall Farm

Unfortunately we have no photo's the roof prior to stripping, as these works were carried out by other contractors. However, around 50% of new handmade tiles were used mixed with the existing and re-laid.

South elevation, note new small gabled extension

South elevation, note new small gable

North East elevation

North East elevation

North East chimney leadwork

North East chimney leadwork

North elevation

North elevation

North east note stepped abutment

North east note stepped abutment

South west elevation note new extension

South west elevation note new extension

South elevation

South elevation

New extension

New extension

New extension in foreground and West elevation

Foreground new extension

View from North West

View from North West

North elevation

North elevation

South West elevation

South West elevation 

North East Abutment (1)

North East Abutment (1)

Tiled valley

Tiled valley

West elevation

West elevation

Chimney

Chimney

North east abutment

North east abutment

West elevation

West elevation

Final ridge and verges being bedded

Final ridge and verges being bedded