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    Cut timber roofing was a technique that first came to prominence in the 1960s and rapidly entered the housebuilding market.

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Cut Timber Roofing promises a roof that is cheaper and significantly faster to install.

Instead of individual sections being cut and prepped on site, the sections are made to scale and size in a factory and delivered directly to your project to be installed. A simple roof would take Countrywide Windows no time at all to install, giving you a brand-new roof within days.

Countrywide Windows are specialists in the installation of Cut Timber Roofing. Improve the look and thermal efficiency of your home with a new Cut Timber Roof. Get a quote today and let Countrywide Windows transform your home.

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Product Benefits

The benefits of Cut Timber Roofing

  • CostTimber is generally less expensive than steel and therefore you can get a great looking roof at a cheaper cost.
  • DesignTimber roofs often complement a building theme. Moreover, timber roofs allow for personal preference in the design process because they are suitable for many building types.
  • SafetyWooden roofs are less likely to burn because the interior of the timber remains cooler than the unprotected steel.

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