Dry ridge system installations are designed to replace the mortar used for the ridge and are available in a variety of designs, all of which provide similar performance.
The purpose of a dry ridge system is to secure the tiles which are situated at the apex of a roof. Traditional mortar joints are replaced by plastic inserts (unions) which resemble a mortar joint and have their own concealed weather proofing structure to guide the water away.
A ventilated strip will be placed between the ridges and the tiles on the sloping roof, ensuring that moist air is expelled from beneath the tiles.
Plastic inserts are installed which follow the contours of the tiles and a corrugated adhesive roll is stuck to the tiled surface on hip roofs or the apex.
The team here at The Roof Doctor can advise you accordingly based on your individual requirements and give you their support, whatever you choose to do.
We have been installing dry ridge systems throughout Doncaster, Sheffield, Rotherham and the surrounding areas for a number of years and are well versed in every aspect of their installation. Utilising materials which conform to British Standards, you can rely on The Roof Doctor for a high quality of service at very competitive rates.
If you are based in Doncaster, Rotherham, Sheffield or the surrounding area and would like to discover more about dry ridge systems or other services and how they can benefit you, give The Roof Doctor a call today.