Slate Roof Installation on a Curved Timber Structure

Metro Roof recently completed a residential project in Rondebosh, Western Cape. This project was unique in that the new Slate Roof installation was installed on a curved Timber Structure, requiring expert workmanship from the Metro team.

We pride ourselves in meeting a client’s unique requirements, and applying our combined roofing experience as a team of professionals to produce a customised plan to execute the request. This project was a great learning curve to us to always think outside of the set “roofing box”.

Scope of Work:

New Slate Roof and Gang Nailed Roof Trusses

  • We supplied and installed a MiTek designed Gang Nailed Roof Structure.
  • We supplied and installed a Mazista Elephant Black Roof Slate on 38 x 38 Timber Battens, which were fixed with Aluminium Nails to ensure no rust or damage to the now durable roof.

The Roof Area: Covered: Roof Size: 425m2 

Date Completed: March 2018  

Warranty Provided:  2-year Workmanship Warranty

Download the Project Brochure


Slate Roof Installation

Watch the Slate Roof Installation process from start to finish:

Metro Roof – the process

METRO ROOF | The installation process of a residential project in #Rondebosch, getting a new #SlateRoof installed on a curved #TimberStructure.#MetroRoof supplied and installed:▪️A MiTek designed #GangNailed #RoofStructure.▪️A Mazista Elephant Black Roof Slate on 38 x 38 Timber Battens, fixed with Aluminium Nails.

Posted by Metro Roof on Tuesday, 23 October 2018

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