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So, who is designing the proverbial “Roof over your head”?

May 9, 2019

A Fabricator Designer (timber roof structure) is a practicing professionally registered designer who will traditionally come from the built environment and who must have passed the prescribed professional body examinations as well as the prescribed System Software courses. Our roof truss designs are done using International Truss Systems (ITS)...

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LCP Roofing always at the cutting edge

July 9, 2018

LCP Roofing, leaders in timber roof truss technology, pride themselves in always being ahead of the game. One of the ways they ensure their continual advancement is by keeping abreast of technology. The team are excited to announce their acquisition and installation of an ALS276 Alpine Linear Saw, with...

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LCP Roofing back in the ring for 2018

January 25, 2018

As we kick off on another exciting year with most people already back at work, it’s a good time to ask what 2018 might hold for the building sector. By Roux Malherbe, LCP Roofing Sales Representative Unfortunately, nobody can tell with any certainty what the future holds for the...

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LCP Roofing gears up for a year of greatness

January 18, 2018

A holiday was not only just what the doctor ordered, but the perfect time to reflect on the past year and on how the roofing sector fared during this time. More importantly, it offered time to consider the many challenges of the year, where improvements can be made and...

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We’re hiring!

December 5, 2017

Are you LCP Roofing‘s next Roof Truss Estimator/Designer? If you’re a Roof Truss Estimator/Designer that has worked on one of the Institute for Timber Construction South Africa-approved Systems and are looking for a home away from home with the leaders in roof truss technology, then send your CV and short cover...

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Architectural services needed to reroof an existing home

October 23, 2017

Reasons to reroof a home are manifold, including, but not limited to, fire damage, deterioration through ageing and weathering, or to achieve a whole new aesthetic. Recently, LCP Roofing was approached to reroof an existing house whose roof had been incorrectly installed. With some investigation, it was found that...

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A tall order: LCP Roofing replaces SAC Trucks HQ’s roof

August 21, 2017

After approximately 18 to 20 years’ hard service, which included exposure to strong Highveld winds and minor earth tremors, the roof structure at Steve’s Auto Clinic’s Truck division in Centurion finally cried uncle. On the morning of the 21st of April, Johan van der Merwe, Co-Director of SAC, was...

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Tiled roofs and waterproofing

July 21, 2017

When commissioned to do a tiled roof, LCP Roofing offers to do waterproofing as an additional service as well. Should the roof end against a sidewall, or if it carries a chimney, waterproofing must be done. While waterproofing is not included as a standard item on our quotes, we...

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LCP Roofing and Safintra Southern Africa join forces to provide shelter for Tshwane SPCA

July 14, 2017

Established nearly 150 years ago, the SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) in Cape Town is the oldest animal welfare organization in South Africa. The movement now has branches across the country and relies on public funding for its survival. Article by Freddy Robertson, LCP Roofing...

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Does your insurance policy cover roof damage?

July 5, 2017

Most homeowner insurance policies provide coverage for roof damage caused by unpreventable reasons such as vandalism or fire. Disastrous ‘acts of God’, like hurricanes and tornadoes are also usually covered and, while wind, rain and hail are most likely to be covered by your home insurance policy, there are...

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