Stormflex

Stormflex is an innovative roof repair system that has been developed by the Original Roofing Company to significantly extend the lifespan of failing traditional slate roofs. It can be applied quickly, safely and for a fraction of the cost associated with wholesale roof renewal, whilst meeting all current roofing and conservation standards. The system does not affect the appearance of the roof and is undertaken without the need for scaffolding, thereby eliminating a significant cost involved in traditional roof works.

Uniquely, all Stormflex repairs are guaranteed for 20 years, which allows for sufficient capital to be raised to renew the roof covering. It is the ultimate holding slate roof repair system – and has been successfully applied since 1985 on hundreds of projects without a single failure. The Stormflex system is highly applicable to large roofs, such as churches, schools and other public and private buildings, and it is installed exclusively by the Original Roofing Company.

Below you’ll see a few references and projects we’ve done; but please have a look at our Facebook page to see the full scope of The Original Roofing Company’s work. It can be applied quickly, safely and for a fraction of the cost associated with wholesale roof renewal, whilst meeting all current roofing and conservation standards.

Churches and the Stormflex System

Churches and the Stormflex System

Stormflex offers great savings on roofing projects The savings offered by the Stormflex System comes into its own on large buildings, if they are listed, if they have torching and if they have good original slates i.e. Churches! We’ve applied the Stormflex System to hundreds of churches but detailed below are some of our more notable ones, all of which roofs are still there and their roofs still under the 20 year guarantee and most done at around 20% the cost of re-slating. Take a look through some of our jobs below – and make sure you click on the pics for some comments and insight!...
Charlestown

Charlestown

This fabulous roof is very unusual, well, specifically for North Wales standards! The slates are incredibly wide – 46″ was the widest one while only 18″ high. There are also no battens!! This is because the slates are so wide they span the 12″ rafters and are nailed with two nails into each rafter. As some of the slates are so wide, they are nailed into three rafters. When stripping slates to patch, the underside is caked in the Chinese clay which was produced locally and shipped out in the bay. So we’ve applied the system to the roof, saved the client the cost of re-slating (the building and harbour is grade II listed), issued our guarantee and saved another fabulous old roof....