Temporary roofing erections require a lot of planning to guarantee that they stay watertight and structurally sound facing all the elements like high winds.
Temporary roofing construction is also sometimes used to regulate adverse weather conditions and can reduce frost.
Temporary roofs have numerous applications from loft conversions, new roofs, roof projects such as church and cathedral repairs. They are also helpful with listed building renovations and many other refurbishment projects, restoration work, new structures, and increasingly for the events industry.
As many refurbishment projects need the buildings to remain completely operational throughout building works and with the weather in the UK being unpredictable at best. The use of temporary roofs is becoming increasingly more widespread.