WE CAN REPLACE ROOFS ON DOVECOTES THAT ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR
I am getting past customers enquire if I could supply them with a replacement roof for the dovecote, they brought from me back when I wore my FORSHAM COTTAGE ARKS hat. To which the simple answer is yes. The majority of these dovecotes are twenty or more years old (one was 30). Back then, we did not use pressure treated timber because it contained arsenic and other questionable chemicals that I did not want in my workspace. We relied on the use of good joinery grade red pine, and the heavy application of a wood preservative to protect the dovecotes. However, the formula was changed in about 2005, we still use the same joinery grade red pine but now it’s pressure treated.
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"I have known Rob since I started keeping poultry and ducks seriously more than 10 years ago. I would never buy an animal house from any other supplier. I have 27 of Rob's designs housing more than 300 birds and if I ever add a house, I go to Rob. The quality of the materials he uses; the user-friendliness of the designs - nothing ever swells or sticks in Winter; you can get access to all areas to clean them - and the well thought-through details of the houses, means my birds are kept comfortably and in hygienic conditions. In my opinion, Rob's designs win hands down against the competition. I recommend Rob to my more than 800 customers because I can rely on his care of my customers who I know will get high quality workmanship at affordable prices. If you haven't bought from Rob before, try him!!"
- Simon Greenstreet, Canterbury
TAKE A LOOK AT THE FEATURES INCLUDED
The dovecote replacement roof consists of a fully assembled roof cone, including the corner beadings, dressed lead and a new finial.
Facilitates both the positioning and fixing of the new roof.
With the cote still standing, the old roof must be entirely cleared away. The mounting plate can then be centred and securely fixed on top of the dovecote body. In turn, the fully assembled roof cone is then centred on the mounting plate, and fixed.