Scotch Slate stripped, dressed and sized. Lead skew formed and fitted to the raggle in the wall. Re slated with a top up of second hand Scotch Slates ready for our wet dash topcoat to match the existing building.
Lead valley formed and slated back in. Notice the cement work at the topper course of slates. We use this traditional method as it helps prevent wind uplift at the most vulnerable section of the roof, the ridges were then fixed along the ridge batten.