These were a couple of Kent peg tiled roofs on listed buildings situated on a farm in Eastling, Kent.
The buildings themselves as well as the roofs needed substantial renovation work carried out. The roofs were stripped back to the original rafters. Many of the rafters needed replacing as can be seen in the photos below as they were rotten.
Once new rafters had been fitted and various other works had been completed the roofs were then given new felt and battened out to the correct gauge.
Any re-usable Kent peg tiles that were taken off of the original roofs were then laid back on and any shortfall was made up with other salvaged Kent peg tiles.
The Hogs back ridge, hips and valleys were bedded with a lime mortar mix as stipulated in listed building regulations.
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