Building in Courchevel Chalet Roof ReplacementCompleted Projects
Building in Courchevel
We were asked to advise a client on the provision of a new roof to a chalet in Courchevel. On inspection it became clear that the old chalet roof had failed in several places and that it was beyond economic repair. The old roof had been finished in a bitumen roof tile. These tiles had come away from the wooden roof allowing the wood below to become exposed to the elements and to rot. A new roof was required. With many years of experience of building in Courchevel, we are familiar with all roof types and roof construction.
For this chalet building in Courchevel the old bitumen roof tiles were scraped off, the wooden boards removed and old batons replaced. A new waterproofing layer followed with wooden batons and was finished with a new tin roof. Close management of the project meant that no unnecessary works were undertaken and that the main roof structure remained intact.
Simon Jones is experienced in both roof repair and new roofs in Courchevel, Meribel and the surrounding areas including Bozel, Val d’Isere, Tignes, St Martin de Belleville and Ste Foy Tarentaise. Subject to planning regulations your new roof in Courchevel can be finished in tin, stone, slate or wooden shingle. Simon Jones is experienced in the application of all of these materials.
For the different types of chalet roof finish see here.
For one of our recent projects including a new slate roof for a chalet in Ste Foy Tarentaise click here.
For one of our recent projects including a new tin roof for a chalet in Meribel click here.
For one of our recent projects including repairs to a wooden shingle roof of a chalet in Courchevel click here.
Courchevel roof removal and replacement with a new tin roof
Roofing in Courchevel
Roof snow stops
Guttering & downpipes
Tin roof covering