Re-Roofing with Blue Bangors in Drogheda

Re-Roofing with Blue Bangors in Drogheda

This roof was in a state of disrepair. It needed to be totally stripped with the old Blue Bangors cleaned for re-use. First we cleaned the original rafters and applied wood preservative to help extend the lifespan, we then insulated the attic space to upgrade the energy rating of the building. Following this we felt, latted and re-slated the roof using existing slates and reclaimed ones where necessary. Finally we completed the rolled lead ridges and hips to the highest standard.   If you’re thinking about upgrading your own roof, contact us and do it...
Barn Style Roof in Bennettsbridge

Barn Style Roof in Bennettsbridge

Using Vieo Seamlock Zinc, we curved the panels to shape this barrel roof in Kilkenny. The finishes are to a very high standard throughout the house and Crannog Roofing are delighted to cap that off with a high quality roof finish. We are fast becoming specialists in this type of roofing with a number of these in the pipeline. If you are interested in a zinc effect roof please contact us for further...
Barrel Roof in Virginia, Co. Cavan

Barrel Roof in Virginia, Co. Cavan

We completed this barrel roof, and adjacent mono pitch roof in Virginia using Tata Steel Colour Anthracite. This particular job proved testing as the curve was so sharp. However we managed to successfully complete it wonderfully well. We also had the gutter system fabricated exclusively for this job to complete the look.   It is worthwhile noting that there are limitations to the curve design and it is important to discuss this with your designer and installer prior to fitting.     WhatsApp Image 2017-11-03 at 16.23.55 (2) WhatsApp Image 2017-11-08 at 08.33.21 WhatsApp Image 2017-11-08 at 08.33.20 WhatsApp Image 2017-11-08 at 08.33.20...
Conservation Work Pearse Lyons Distillery

Conservation Work Pearse Lyons Distillery

    Pearse Lyons Distillery Conservation Work - Crannog Roofing The Pearse Lyons Distillery Conservation Work carried out by Crannog Roofing involved a complete rebuild of the existing roof structure at this idyllic location in Dublin city. James’ St. in Dublin is the location set for this brand new whiskey distillery. The Pearse Lyons Distillery is located at 121-122 James’s St, Dublin 8, Ireland. Crannog Roofing completed a rebuild of the existing adhering to conservation guidelines in order to maintain the character and originality of the building. The Crannog team stripped the existing roof. It was then re-built with new treated timber along with Penrhyn Bangor Blue Slates (regarded as the best quality roofing slates in the world).  Crannog kept the traditional look of the former roof. We also formed a massive copper valley behind the parapet wall.  Our copper work was included through the outlets to allow rainwater to flow into the new cast iron gutters and downpipes. This ensured that the building has a new lease of life whilst maintaining its classic look that is so renowned in Dublin city.  ...