3 edition of Scottish roofing slate found in the catalog.
Scottish roofing slate
Joan A. Walsh
by Historic Scotland. Technical Conservation Research and Education Division in Edinburgh
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Joan A. Walsh.|
|Series||Research report, Research report (Historic Scotland. Technical Conservation Research and Education Division)|
|Contributions||Historic Scotland. Technical Conservation Research and Education Division.|
|LC Classifications||TH2445 .W35 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
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Slate is one of the most widely used building materials in Scotland. It is particularly well known for its use as a roof covering on many traditional Scottish buildings. Slate has been used for this purpose for centuries. Scottish slate has a well-earned reputation as a long-lasting material.
Scottish slate roofs have a number of characteristics which make them well suited to both the local climate and the nature of the material produced by slate quarries in Scotland.
These include features such as diminishing courses, random lengths and widths of slate, single nailing and laying onto sarking board rather than battens (Figure 1). Get this from a library. Scottish roofing slate: characteristics and tests.
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is especially important as slate has not been quarried in Scotland since the s, so supplies of slate for matching repair and replacement are becoming very scarce. Regular repair is the best way to eke out the currently limited resource of Scottish Slate and ensure that existing roof coverings will remain watertight and continue to perform Size: KB.
Overall the book was well done I enjoy reading it. Even after 40 years of slate roofing I still pick up details and tidbits that are new and interesting." "I recently finished reading “the bible” cover to cover.
Great book from historical context and should be read by everyone having a. It was the availability of these materials and this form of construction in the late 18th century that enabled the Scottish slate quarries to find a market for their roofing slates.
Scottish slate production when the quarry closed in the mid s. The main difficulty with sourcing Scottish slates is that there are no quarries operating today and it is difficult to find reclaimed slates in sufficient quantities and/or of the required quality.
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Typically a Scottish practice, the roofing underlay is laid directly over a series of sarking boards fixed to the roof rafters with the roof slates nailed directly to the sarking boards.
A sealed roof system is achievable using a vapour permeable underlay such as Monarpermif a minimum 2mm gap can be guaranteed between the sarking boards. CUPA PIZARRAS has developped a fixing guide in order to help natural slate roofers.
There are two methods of fixing natural roofing slates: nailing and hook fixing. FIXING WITH NAILS Slates can be supplied preholed.
However, if on-site holing is undertaken, the following methods should be used. HOLING (CENTRE FIXING) Hole from the bed of the slate [ ]. Home Forums > How to > Roofing and Guttering > Scottish slate roof. Discussion in 'Roofing and Guttering' started by scroggybank, 20 Jul Scottish style roof with sarking choice of membrane & n.
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