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Roof windows

roof window side edge detail

roof window side edge detailA gap 30mm wide should be maintained between the tiling and side edges of the window frame.
All flashings and other weathering components must be fitted in accordance with the window manufacturers recommendations.
All seals and gaskets etc have been omitted from this drawing for clarity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

roof window bottom edge detail

roof window bottom edge detailThe top course of tiles below the window should be cut if necessary to maintain consistent headlap over the tiling course below. A deeper batten should be used if necessary to maintain correct pitch of top course tiles.
All flashings and other weathering components must be fitted in accordance with the window manufacturers recommendations.
All seals and gaskets etc have been omitted from this drawing for clarity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roof window top edge detail

roof window top edge detailA gap of 60 to 150mm should be maintained between the tiling and the top edge of the window frame. If necessary, the tails of the first two courses of tiles should be cut.
All flashings and other weathering components must be fitted in accordance with the window manufacturers recommendations.
All seals and gaskets etc have been omitted from this drawing for clarity.

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