Wet roof tiles

Postby franda25 » Sun Oct 05, 2008 3:07 pm

I need some advice regarding my roof. As It has been raining quite heavily to day I thought I would go in the loft and have a look at the state of the tiles (the house was built in the late 30s). I have noticed that a lot of the tiles have wet patches although not necessary cracked. Does that mean that I need a new roof?
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Postby tim reeve » Wed Nov 19, 2008 8:47 pm

its up to you,untill you get water leaking in theres no problem,but i would suggest you need re roof,breathable felt and batton,hope this helps.
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