Ray wrote:What a load of bollox.
It must have been a hot day or you had a crap roof.
Now here our roof, here in the posh end of Crete, is superb. It is flat. It is also heavily insulated. Plus it is tiled with reflective tiles. We can barbecue, dance, do whatever we like on the roof. We do not tend to go there when it it is very hot. We prefer the shade,
Life is life, you live it and then you die.
If you don't get satisfaction from your builder there's a firm in Xania with a great reputation for fixing roofs. A German friend of ours (you probably know him as he's lived in your village for several years) who is extremely particular and demanding had his roof fixed by them about three years ago and has been singing their praises ever since. Also, it seems, having given a quote for the job - regarded as very reasonable - on finding that the client had unexpectedly done some of the preparation work the boss spontaneously reduced his quote by about 20%. All I've had from them, personally, is some excellent advice, freely given, to remedy some flaking stone. Basically, it was, "You don't need me; take this and DIY. It's what I'd use and easy to apply." It worked.Eleni13 wrote:Like Warwick, we have a half pitched, half flat roof.
..... It has had a slight leak since it was built, ......... it became a noticeable puddle under the wardrobe & across the bedroom floor.
It seemed to be well constructed with a waterproof layer then tiles. So far, the builder isn't interested in finding or remedying the leak..
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