Roofing and Timber Home Contractor | Eastern Cape
Bosazza Roofing & Timber Homes are a roofing and timber home contractor specializing in quality roof construction and installation; construction of roofs with trusses, installation of tiles, corrugated roofing, roof conversions and renovations, as well as the building of timber homes and turnkey projects. Based in Chintsa, just outside of East London, we service the Eastern Cape and accept larger contracts throughout South Africa.
Bosazza Roofing & Timber Homes is the specialist roofing and timber home contractor division of Cintsa Thatching Cc. – operating for almost 20 years. CEO Jonathan Bosazza is intricately involved in all contracts and has built a solid reputation for high quality structures and workmanship.
Roofing and Timber Home Services
Why Choose Bosazza Roofing & Timber Homes?
- Trained & experienced team of roofing, building and carpentry personnel
- Professional member of the South African Institute of Timber Builders 9SAITB) as a timber builder, the Institute of Timber Construction SA (ITC-SA) as Roof Erector, registered with the National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC), CIDB grading General Building (GB) level 6 and full members of the Thatchers Association of South Africa (TASA)
- All homes and roofs inspected by SAITB/ ITC-SA, sign off certificate supplied to clients
- All workmanship guaranteed by Bosazza Roofing & Timber Homes
- Highest quality roof construction available – we will not cut corners or costs
- Comprehensive insurance, compliant with relevant government departments
This two bedroom bespoke home of 130m² is built in timber frame. Distinct decorative concrete finishes make it feel warm and filled with natural charm.
Ten new timber cabins were built at Tsitsa Falls Resort in the Mhlontlo nature reserve in the Eastern Cape. Bosazza Roofing & Timber Homes was appointed as the main contractor for this large timber frame building contract.
Can you cover your thatched roof with a different roofing? Yes! We specialize in converting thatched roofs to other roofing. This article talks you through the different roofing products that we use to over-sheet thatched roofs. It also explains the process of over-sheeting. If we still haven't answered your questions please comment at the bottom of the article and ask away!
Building your own custom home is an exciting project to look forward to but it can be over-whelming if you’re not sure how the process works, what to expect and who manages what aspects. In this article I will explain the various steps in the process of building a new custom home. My aim is to assist new home builders in understanding how things work. Our company Bosazza Roofing & Timber Homes, builds custom timber homes for clients in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
This article is Part II of a two-part series that explains the building process. My aim by writing this series is to inform home (or land) owners building their own custom house about the building process, what to expect from their builder and what steps the building process entails. In this article I will walk you through steps 10 – 20 of the building process. From when your builder “breaks ground” to the moment that you turn the key in the lock of the front door and finally get to make your custom-built house a home.
There are lots of renovation ideas that will transform your old timber home – modernize by replacing original timber doors and windows with aluminum and glass, install new ceilings or give your floors some TLC. This article contains some of our top ideas and renovation pictures to help get you started. Please note that if you’re looking for cheap, quick fix or D.I.Y renovation ideas this is not it! To put these house renovation ideas into action you will need to hire a professional timber frame builder or construction company.