Roof replacement (Pitched/Tiled) in Longfield

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Roof replacement (Pitched/Tiled) in Longfield

Seeking tile or slate roofing contractors in Longfield? Our tile and slate roofers within Longfield will be able to offer you the ideal quotations to have a brand new roof constructed or repaired.

Tile and slate are definitely the two most popular materials in the UK with regard to roofing construction, with the resilience and potential to deal with weather both popular reasons with British householders. With a range of colours to set your house aside from the crowd there is an possibility to add a completely unique attraction to your house.

Colours to be had include black, grey and red, thus make sure to seek out something that compliments your existing home. Having little upkeep needed over a 75-year lifespan, you're going to have something that will look fantastic for years.

With the range of colours being offered together with the low maintenance and fantastic durability qualities, choosing a tile or slate roof is often times the best choice for homeowners.

We're able to supply you with as much as 4 tile or slate roofers close to you, who will provide quotations for the work you want done. You'll get a home visit from professionals in Longfield who can assist you to decide on the best material for your home before completing the construction.

The installation of a tile or slate roof is going to take a couple of days to a couple of weeks, based on the size and pitch of the roof structure, along with the volume of workers undertaking the project.

Average Tile or slate roofing cost in Longfield

The regular cost of Tile or slate roofing is £6000. Costs can change based upon the materials and the organisation hired. The upper price range can be as high as £6900. The material costs are normally approximately £1500

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Tile or slate roofing installation cost in 2021

Labour cost £4,200
Material cost £1,500
Waste removal £300
Time frame: 3-4 weeks

Tile or slate roofing searches in May 2021

Tile or slate roofing Projects in Longfield in April 2021

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We noted 193 requests for house quotations in Longfield. Of these quote requests the number of tile or slate roofing quotes in Longfield was 0. Quotatis would have been in a position to match these consumers with as many as four suitable fitters who were available for work within Longfield during that time. Ask for a free property survey from reliable companies within Longfield.

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Tile or slate roofing searches in cities and towns near Longfield April 2021

Longfield

Longfield is a town as well as civil parish in the District of Dartford in Kent, England. It lies 6 miles (10 km) south-east of Dartford as well as the exact same range south-west of Gravesend. The village contains several stores, a bar, as well as a 14th-century church. It is recorded in the Domesday Book and also the Anglo-Saxon charters of 964-995. Longfield and also New Barn is a civil parish named after the nearby towns it covers, the eastern component being New Barn, it also covers the smaller negotiation, the area of Longfield Hill. Longfield is the old village, positioned when traveling between Dartford and also Meopham; the historic church there is committed to St Mary Magdalene. New Barn is bigger in population than Longfield, although has little in the method of services, being a fairly current advancement as well as purely residential in nature.

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    Elite Home Care

    42 review(s)
    Based: in Dartford, DA4 9BH

    Elite Home Care are a professional affordable business taking pride in every aspect of their work, please feel free to contact us for your free no obligation quote.

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    Carol B., DA8
    5

    Roofline | Soffits / Fascias in Erith

    polite, competitive - helpful

    Primoplastics and Roofing

    74 review(s)
    Based: in Kent, PR8 7SP

    Fully liability insurance provided we are a family run business that aim to please ,we have been roofing and fitting UPVC and guttering for well over twenty years all work is fully guaranteed and no payment or deposit is taken untill work is complet...

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    Carol B., DA8
    5

    Roofline | Soffits / Fascias in Erith

    I am very pleased with the finished result. The work was completed in the time they advised.

    Profascia Home Improvements Ltd

    118 review(s)
    Based: in Croydon, CR9 2ER

    Profascia Home Improvements is a trusted and reliable business with over 20 years of experience in the building and property maintenance trade. We have 4 offices based in Croydon, Luton, Chelmsford & Rochester. We guarantee a friendly, clean, tidy...

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    Tina A., CR4
    5

    Roofline | Soffits / Fascias in Mitcham

    Great

    XCEL ROOFING & BUILDING

    20 review(s)
    Based: in Chertsey, KT16 0AT

    Hi my name is Michael Smith, I am the director of xcel Roofing & Building. My family has been in the roofing and building trade for more than 50 years, and all trade’s has been passed down from father to son throughout the generations. Our prices a...

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    Carol B., DA8
    5

    Roofline | Soffits / Fascias in Erith

    polite, competitive - helpful

    Weatherguard Home Improvements Limited

    19 review(s)
    Based: in Dartford, DA2 7JN

    We are an established company offering many services. Whether you need help with roof tiling , roof repairs, upvc, fascias, soffits, guttering or general maintenance were here to help with the best quality of service! All our work is guaranteed...

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    Heidi W., SL9
    5

    Roofing | Flat | Repair in Gerrards Cross

    Nice manner

    Eastwood Roofing ltd

    1 review(s)
    Based: in Basildon, SS13 2LY

    Friendly reliable roofers

    Latest review

    Carol B., DA8
    5

    Roofline | Soffits / Fascias in Erith

    polite, helpful

    AH Roofing & UPVC

    1 review(s)
    Based: in Ashford, TN27 9LG

    AH ROOFING & UPVC we are family run Business, with over 20 years experience , we take pride in our high standards of work and respect your property and home as owning a property and maintaining it is your greatest asset , Our prices are fair but n...

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    Michael W., ME12
    5

    Roofline | Guttering in Sheerness

    Had a very prompt and courteous response from Nathan I explained the issue with a downpipe and a separated joint on a lo...

    Southend Roofing

    1 review(s)
    Based: in Wickford, SS12 9LA

    Southend Roofing is an established business that has been installing new roofs for over 20 years. We take pride in every job we carry out and put our customers first. All our staff are currently tested twice a week for coronavirus and will only en...

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    Brian A., SS5
    3

    Roofing | Flat | Replacement in Hockley

    We had already arranged with another company.

    WEATHERSHIELD ROOFING & BUILDING CONTRACTORS

    52 review(s)
    Based: in Wickford, SS12 9LA

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    Chris J., SS15
    5

    Roofline | Guttering in Basildon

    Excellent response. Came to fix guttering ASAP. Would recommend.

    Southeast roofing

    1 review(s)
    Based: in Redhill, RH1 4RE

    Here at Southeast roofing we pride ourselves on the reputation that we have built with high standards of work Whether it be new roofs or roof repairs Thank you for taking the time to look at our profile

    Latest review

    Ravinder C., UB2
    5

    Roofline | Guttering in Southall

    Quick, helpful and polite.

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    FAQs

    How to tile a roof

    The task of installing a tile roof can be quite a difficult one. Such a project takes a great deal of preparation, well before the actual tile installation is done. It does not matter if you are putting new ones or replacing your old tiles, understanding the proper technique and steps become crucial.

    Remove old roofing (if applicable).

    This is, on its own, a major job that can take days and require special tools. It takes some time, but be prepared to do it right.

    Install battens (if applicable).

    Battens may be needed to hold the tiles in place if the roof is having a steep slope. Usually made of metal or wood, battens are generally 1 inch thick and run horizontally along the roof.

    You can find several varieties of tiles that has a hook or a lip allowing it to hang on the available battens. Apart from this, you can find several clips in the market which help to attach the tiles on to the batten.

    Determining the spacing for battens can be done easily using two tiles. To prevent interlocking, a three inch overlap is required at the minimum, and a smaller amount of overhang should be left over the eaves. Keep this in mind when you determine the locations of the battens.

    After you have determined the distance between the first two battens, measure the distance and set battens using that spacing up, making sure to double-check measurements as you go along.

    • Install the tiles.

    • You will need to begin with one side first, and then continue to move along the length of the roof.

    • Cut tiles to fit tight spots.

    • Tiles have to be cut precisely to overcome any obstacle like the chimney.

    • Install the ridge tiles.

    After completing the broad surfaces of the roof, special ridge tiles are required to cap the top.

    How to replace roof tiles

    Replacement of roof tiles that have fractured, cracked or is missing is vital to avoid roof leaks and ceiling damage once rain and wind appear. Countering the problem swiftly by yourself is probable as long as it's only a few tiles. Charges for tile replacement can be expensive and fluctuate conditional on the company you hire.

    The steps to replacing a tile are:

    Ensure you have the right replacement tile as there are numerous different roof tiles on the market.

    The most common types of roof tiles are concrete and terracotta. You must confirm that the tile is identical to your earlier tile or it may not work and can result in impairment even though you've tried to repair it. If you don't know what the tile is, ask the suggestion of a roofing supplier and they should be able to match it for you.

    Get onto the roof.

    It is only advisable to do this if the safety is guaranteed, using a steady ladder and maybe even using climbing ropes to protect you in case of a fall. If you don't possess a head for altitudes or you're sceptical about how safe it is for you to get on the roof, call in a professional.

    Once you have securely gotten to the cracked tile, you'll want to somewhat lift the tiles that overlay the one to be detached. Do this by means of two pieces of timber to hold them up. Lift the broken tile over the baton with a brick trowel and gently slide it down.

    Place your new tile on top of the brick trowel and inverse the steps to remove the tile.

    Be certain to place the overlying tiles back into place.

    Conduct a fast check across the roof to review any other possible damage. It is always advised to keep update on how the roof is holding out to keep an eye out for other tiles that might need replacing.

    What is a roof eave?

    An eave is the edge of a roof, which is why they are now and then called roof eaves. On a household's outside, eaves can stick out outside the side of the building, serving both ornamental and applied purposes. The eave of a house has come to mean the lower area of the roof that projects after the external covering, as opposite to a cornice, which is part of the entablature in Classical architecture.

    Think of how a roof outspreads outside the covering, and then think about how a hard rain may roll down the roof and, on the ground, away from the structure. Centuries ago, the eavesdrop was that indentation line made around a structure when the rain fell off the edge of the roof onto the ground.

    Types of Eaves

    A roof can come to a conclusion in essentially three ways. A closed eave is the one which has very little or no overhang at all. An open eave has a visible overhang, projecting beyond the roof brackets. A boxed eave is surrounded with a soffit.

    The Use of Eaves?

    An eave can defend the siding and substance of a structure. A roof eave bulging beyond the sides permits snow and rain to fall from the roof away from the covering, to the ground. The more the "weather" gets thrown away from the household, the chances of you having a dry basement increases.

    In cases of regions with a warmer climate, a large eave can help provide shade to the interior of the house. In rainy environments, the prolonged eaves of Asian architecture deliver shelter from the climate, as well as direction. In the 21st century, an eave may be an inconspicuous site for security cameras and light.

    How to build a roof

    A roof serves as something which is so much more than just a top of a building. A roof delivers guard from the elements and precipitation, it also helps drain water from a structure, and helps to provide insulation to the structure allowing it to keep the interior of a building cool or warm, according to season.

    There are several steps to building a roof

    Mount the trusses.

    This step requires the building’s wall frames to be completely level, square and plumb. If you are building the roof onto a building that is still a frame you must use ladders or scaffolding. Hoist the trusses onto the roof.

    Install temporary braces.

    You will need to install temporary braces that the trusses can rest on until the sheathing and permanent bracing are installed, this has to be done before you install the trusses. At the centre of the back wall, nail the bottom half of one two-by-six board that's 16 feet long to the top of the outside wall, making sure you fasten it to a stud.

    Install the end trusses.

    Install the two end trusses at the front and back of the building, making sure you affix them to the temporary bracing. The batten you take will have to be a bit longer than the distance will separate the trusses.

    Install the standard trusses.

    According to the instructions provided by the manufacturer, you will first need to install the first standard truss. You will also need to nail it to the batten from the first truss.

    Sheath the roof.

    Once your trusses permanently braced, you can begin with the sheathing of the roof. Starting from the bottom corner and moving across the bottom, the sheathing is installed lengthwise.

    Install the roof cover.

    Like the sheathing and underlayment procedures, the roof cover is installed lengthwise from the bottom up. The shingles should be staggered, and they should also overlap at the same time. You will need to work up to the ridge and use a ridge cap shingles to finish the ridge.

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