Build New Roof Structure for Onduvilla
Onduvilla looks great when used as a standard roofing tile and is applied to straight edged, straight angled roofs. Although many clients who choose to use onduvilla to convert from a thatched roof want to keep the original shape and design of the roof, onduvilla also gives the option to adapt the roof structure to that of a more conventional shape and style, or to increase the size of the roof to suit refurbishments in the home.
Onduvilla tiles hold the shape of the lightweight substructure of the roof. Insulation and ceilings are also installed during the building of the roof.
Below is an example of a roof which was originally thatched and then converted to Onduvilla while renovating the shape of the roof:
The process of stripping the original thatched roof structure
The roof structure was then re-built with staright angles and an additional overhang to provide shelter on the upstairs deck...
Once the main structure of the roof was completed shutterboard ceiling boards, insulation and wooden branderings to hold the onduvilla tiles were installed...
Onduvilla tiles can then be added to the structure.
Onduvilla roof completed with fascia boards, matching ridging and a skylight. Internal view of
shutterboard and pole ceilings in white.
Clean straight angles and edges on the new onduvilla roof
For a quotation to get your roof converted to or built in Onduvilla, call Jonathan 082 780 5725.