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SpecMaster

SpecMaster is Redland's free-of-charge roof specification service for architects and professional specifiers that saves you time and relieves the burden of writing specifications. It’s our most comprehensive service covering slates, tiles, fittings, accessories, fixings, ventilation, underlay and battens all provided in NBS-based format for seamless integration into the building specification. Roofs designed and built in accordance with SpecMaster are covered by our 15 year design liability SpecMaster Guarantee.

Specifications can only be produced for projects in the UK. To provide an accurate location a grid reference is required. To assist with this you can visit Streetmap. Enter the place name, street or postcode and click search. When the map appears click the exact location of your project. The OS reference is shown at the bottom of the page (with an option to convert co-ordinates). Use the Northing and Easting numbers on our form.

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Contact Details

Site

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Site Details

Is the site in a built-up area? A site qualifies as being in a built-up area when it is surrounded by buildings of an equivalent density for at least 100 metres.

Is the site bordered by an open space? If the building is bordered by more than 20 metres of open land on any side then select Yes.

Optional Site Details

Answers to the following questions may improve the efficiency of the fixing specification.

Is the site within 6km of an airport runway? Small airfields operating light aircraft only need not be considered.

Is the site at, or near the top of a steep slope? A slope is considered as being steep when the land rises or falls by more than 50 metres over 1 kilometre.

If the answer to either of the previous questions is Yes, or if you are unsure, provide a six-figure Ordnance Survey grid reference for the site. (e.g. GR123456)

Are there any tall structures nearby? Buildings defined as tall structures would include tower blocks, clock towers, cooling towers etc. within 500m.

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Roof Details

An example of a Flat-top roof would be a supermarket with a central flat area surrounded by a pitched roof.

Length in metres of the longest side of the building, excluding any overhangs

Height in metres from ground level to the highest point on the ridge line

Select which of the following features are present on the roof and select the required type where applicable.

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Ceiling

Eaves

Verges

Hips

Valleys

Top Edge Abutments

Side Abutments

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Ridges

Ridge Fittings

Monoridges

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Roof Slope Features

Junctions

Vertical Tiling

Chimneys

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