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24 07, 2020

The Most Overlooked Signs You Need Roof Repairs

July 24th, 2020|

Some roofing issues are more evident than others. It’s hard to ignore you have a problem if there are leaks in your property or lots of slates missing. However, most of these start with small areas of damage or deterioration that worsen over time, so it can save you time and money if you spot [...]

14 07, 2020

Do You Need Scaffolding for Roofing Work?

July 14th, 2020|

While the thought of roofing work is often stressful for properties owners, if you work with an experienced company, they can help make things as hassle-free as possible. Whether you require small roof repairs or a full replacement, safety is paramount. Therefore, your roofer may need to erect scaffolding before the job can begin. Here [...]

25 06, 2020

Replacing Fascias when Repairing Damaged Roof

June 25th, 2020|

Have you thought about replacing fascias when repairing a damaged roof? Roofing can suffer over time as general wear and tear develops or after severe weather causes damage. This could be anything from airborne debris hitting the roof and causing issues to ice expanding in small cracks. In these cases, professional roof repairs are often [...]

11 06, 2020

Spotted a Roof Leak After Recent Rainfall?

June 11th, 2020|

Have you spotted a roof leak after recent rainfall? With the changing seasons, we all know how unpredictable British weather can be. One second you can have glorious blue skies and sunshine, and the next, there’s severe wind and rain. It’s a lot for our roofs to cope with, so staying on top of any [...]

22 05, 2020

How to Stay Safe When Inspecting Your Roof

May 22nd, 2020|

While we’re all spending more time indoors, many property owners attentions have turned to those maintenance jobs they’ve been putting off for a while. However, one of the most vital areas of the home that gets missed is roofing. After a harsh winter of ice, rain, high winds and stormy weather, now is a great [...]

11 05, 2020

Roofing for New Builds – What Are Your Rights?

May 11th, 2020|

When you invest in a new build property, you expect everything to work like clockwork, but many property owners find themselves facing issues. This includes roof problems such as missing tiles, gutter leaks or fixtures which haven’t been installed to the highest of quality. If you’re having any issues with your new build roofing, make [...]

22 04, 2020

What Causes Loose Roof Tiles?

April 22nd, 2020|

There are many factors which alter the condition of our roofs, from the age and quality of the materials used to the impact of climate change on roofing. Loose roof tiles are something which can affect pitched roofs, so it’s an issue which shouldn’t go unresolved. Here are some expert tips to maintaining your roof [...]

8 04, 2020

Find Out Why Your Flat Roof Is Blistering

April 8th, 2020|

Every type of roof system has its advantages and limitations. Membrane roofing is durable and highly waterproof but can experience issues such as blistering, although it can happen with other roofing systems too. It occurs on the surface as gaps form underneath the membrane or between layers thanks to a loss of adhesion. However, roof [...]

13 03, 2020

The Impact of Climate Change on UK Roofing

March 13th, 2020|

When looking at different roofing trends, it can be easy to only focus on new products hitting the market, rather than emerging changes with the existing roofing we have. However, with climate change such a hot topic, it’s essential we look at how this could affect our roofing. Some scientists feel properties in the UK [...]

7 03, 2020

Can a GRP Fibreglass Roof Be Repaired?

March 7th, 2020|

With so many modern roofing materials and techniques available, we’re seeing a rise in contemporary roofs such as GRP fibreglass. This highly reliable roofing system is ideal for multiple applications. However, with roofing issues being one of the biggest headaches any property owner has to face, can it be easily repaired if there is a [...]

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