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08.01.2014
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You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Enter your postcode to get a delivery estimate or click here to select a branch location to Click & Collect. Don't just take our word for it - read what REAL customers like you have to say about us here! About Roofing Supplies stock & supply Chesterfelt Shed Felt - A cost effective waterproofing solution for garden sheds, summerhouses etc., manufactured using fibre strands coated and then saturated in oxidised bitumen and finished in traditional green slate granules. Do you like wasting your time crawling onto rickety shed roofs and fitting overpriced low quality roofing felt, only for it to degrade, leak and blow off a year or two later? Here I’m going to show you the easiest way to fit a super long life new shed roof to a professional standard for the lowest cost possible. Fitting shed felt is very easy once the old felt is removed and the roof is clean of residual nails, splinters and bits of old felt. How to felt a shed – Part 1 of how to felt a shed deals with how to strip old felt from a shed roof without damaging the roof or trims in the process. Fitting felt to a shed – Part 2 gives instructions on how to fit roofing felt to a shed roof, cutting, nailing, gluing and replacing wooden trims afterwards. Although I give a brief nod to safety in both videos I cannot provide full health and safety advice and a method statement. Expect to pay in the region of ?200 to felt a shed roof like the one seen in the video if you have to call in a roofer or handyman.


The real beauty of installing a professional quality roofing felt to a shed roof is the utter lack of specialist tools required, unlike other high performance roof coverings.
For those who have never seen a professional grade roofing felt before, let me introduce you to mineral faced Torch on roofing felt.
A simple garden shed will not require any venting or underlay layers flat roofs require, and the Torch on cap sheet is usually sold in either 8 metre or 10 metre roll lengths, with the width being a standard 1 metre. Professional roofing felts not only come in different colours but different weights too, which is another way of saying thickness. A modern torch on cap sheet is very tough thanks to the layer of internal reinforcing that is typically Polyester but can also be Fibreglass, this also makes it very strong when nailed into. Nail size – Nails should be long enough to get a purchase in the timber but not break through inside.
The adhesive I use to glue down the roofing felt seen in the videos is standard felt adhesive available online and just about every large DIY chain for about ?10 or less. Although the Torch on roofing felts used are designed to be applied with a roofers blow torch, you will find glue offers very good adhesion, and even though you can fit a shed roof without the use of felt glue if the roof isn’t too shallow or exposed to wind blowing rain back underneath the laps, for what it costs why skip it? If you live in a particularly exposed location for wind or your shed roof is of an unusual design or pitch, you could consider fully bonding the Torch on cap sheet to the surface of the wood with shed felt adhesive as well as using nails. If you have a small spit or hole in a shed roof it can also be repaired with the felt adhesive mentioned above.
Sometimes when you replace a shed roof it’s extremely long or wide, or has a severe dip in the middle. Long shed roofs – An option in this case can be to run the felt vertically up the roof instead of horizontally across.
The shed above has separate vertical sections of felt both front and back, then capped at the apex with smaller dedicated pieces. Although there can be merit in fitting the expensive materials listed above on occasion, they inflate the price substantially through material costs, labour and pure faff. This can be a serious problem for home-owners with traditional style wooden windows and door frames or even timber facias and soffits. We pride ourselves on our customer service, experienced staff & large stocks, providing a personal, "small company" approach with the professionalism that one expects of a large company. In fact for probably almost the same price as the absolute crap quality felt sold by DIY chains, you can fit something that could last over 30 Years.
In these two videos I will show you how to strip off the old roof covering not only for standard nailed felt roofs but also those roofs stuck with adhesive, hot flame or bitumen.


Whilst the price to fit something as simple as a replacement shed roof may seem a little steep, keep in mind that time taken fitting shed felt is time a trained professional isn’t spending on other well paid work. A hammer, a craft knife (preferably with a hooked blade but not essential), an old 2″ brush and a flat pry bar as seen in my roofing tools section will help. This is basically a final high performance flat roofing layer that is laid above the venting layer and underlay layer on modern flat roofs. This obviously this makes working out your surface area and felt coverage as easy as measuring your shed roof in metres, and then working out the square metreage required. You may see the phrase SBS or APP also mentioned when buying torch on, don’t let this confuse you, either will be fine for shed roof purposes. Most small sheds like the one in the video can be completed with approximately 100 to 150 clout nails, which I believe is roughly a 200g bag. One generous helping of adhesive rolled or brushed onto the mating surface of the shed roof timber before rolling or placing the felt into it, works very well. Simply cut a patch of green mineral felt 50mm (2″) larger in every direction than the repair requires. This can make the standard horizontal application of felt tricky near the apex when large horizontal lengths of felt do not want to follow the curve of the roof. This can then start creating large unsightly sags of felt that are not touching the wood beneath. Although I have fitted all of the above, for a price versus return ratio, and probably in environmental terms professional roofing felt is hard to beat. And of course we can always glue the joins with adhesive for shallow pitches or windy locations. Ensure the mating surfaces is clean and dry, they apply adhesive to the damaged area, and the underside of the repair patch.
Theses mineral coated Sun and UV resistant felts are designed and built for professional roofers giving insurance backed guarantees, often for 10 to 20 years. There are sometimes other colours available apart from the standard green and brown, you may also find a purple or grey too, although they can be more expensive and harder to find depending on stockist.



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