F A Qs
Q1. My Roof leaks do I have to replace all of it?
Not necessarily. Leaking can result because a portion of the roof has been damaged or some flashings have become loose.
Q2. What are the indications that a roof has problems?
Roof problems are frequently discovered after leaking or other serious damage occurs. Periodic inspections can uncover loose tiles and deteriorating flashings etc. Indoor signs of a damaged roof – areas may be shown by discoloured plasterboard or cracked paint.
Q3. If i decide to re-roof what are my options?
Several material types are available including natural slate, handmade clays, machine made clays and concrete. Etc.
Q4. How long can I expect my roof to last?
Dependant on the material used, some roofs should last up to 100 years.
Q6. How much does it cost.
This depends on the size and type of roof. Using larger interlocking tiles can reduce the cost of a reroof. Contact us for a more accurate idea of cost.
Q7. Is the work guaranteed.
Yes the length of the guarantee depends on the type of materials used.
Q8. Do you belong to a trade organisation?
Yes CORC – Confederation of roofing contractors – www.corc.co.uk