Thatched Roof – Noordhoek client’s leak issue is a thing of the past
One of our valued clients from Noordhoek was very happy with the re-thatching our team completed on their roof. This house had a few leaking issues with the old thatched roof where the drencher pipes caused water to leak inside their home.
We completed the re-thatching project and ensured that proper sealing was implemented to avoid any leakages in future. After the rains we experienced in the last few days, our client contacted us to inform us that the sealing was a huge success and that there were no longer any water leaks to worry about. We deliver a quality Thatched Roof Noordhoek, can be proud of.
The nooks of the roof were painted as well, which gave the project a beautiful terra-cotta coloured finish which our client was really happy with. We pride ourselves on only giving our clients the best solution and service, and it’s always great to receive such positive feedback after a project was completed.
Most insurers now require a Spark Arrestor
Not many clients know that today, most insurance providers expect a spark arrestor to be mounted in your chimney if your thatched roof is situated in or near it. To stop flying coals from a fire setting light to a flammable thatched roof surface, spark arrestors are mounted in chimneys. To secure your house, it is important to ensure that your chimney on your thatched roof is fitted with a spark arrestor.
As the only specialist thatch insurer in South Africa, we are able to deliver considerably cheaper base premiums and additional automated incentives for built-in risk control mechanisms such as spark arrestors. When it comes to thatched roofs, we are up to date with the new protection standards and we are confident at supplying our customers with the finest quality. For more details on installing spark arrestors, get in contact with us today.