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Very professional very reliable very trustworthy and very helpful all our work comes with a guarantee on completion
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Top Care Roofing

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Welcome to Top Care Roofing your trusted destination for comprehensive roofing solutions. We specialise in a wide array...
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Premier Rooflines

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we are a cheshire based company providing industry leading home improvement products fitted to BBA standards. Specialising...
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Royaleroofing

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Royale roofing take pride in our work and leave no job under the standard of profection all our work is garenteed please c...
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Pyramid Roofing

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Welcome to Pyramid Roofing. We are a professional and reliable roofing firm, based in Brighouse and covering all the surr...
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A Gallagher And Son

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A Gallagher & Son provide roofing and general building works in across North Wales. We employ only local specialist trades...

Recent Roofer Enquiries

24 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Bolton - BL1

Enquiry from: Alay C

Start Date: Immediate

Repair roof leaks, probably from chimneys. Mid terrace house, Front bedroom walls shared with neighbours wet from leak when raining.

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23 Feb

Roofing | Flat | Replacement

Burnley - BB12

Enquiry from: Samantha D

Start Date: Immediate

garden shed re-felting, it's 12'x8'. please can you provide for materials and yourself fitting. thankyou are you the property owner: tenant (with permission)

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23 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Burnley - BB10

Enquiry from: BrainBox A

Start Date: Immediate

Roof is leaking in two spots . Slates may need replacing .

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23 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Blackburn - BB2

Enquiry from: Lesley H

Start Date: Immediate

Kitchen annexe roof leaking pooling at the bottom over kitchen window. Leaking in through kitchen ceiling at this poiny Roof repair undertaken 3 years, ago but not the best of jobs. Need to ascert...

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23 Feb

Roofing | Commercial

Oldham - OL8

Enquiry from: Daniel C

Start Date: Immediate

Warm flat roof with standing seam detail

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23 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Preston - PR4

Enquiry from: Angus M

Start Date: Immediate

We need guttering replacing on wooden conservatory. Holding water and leaking into conservatory

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23 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Blackburn - BB1

Enquiry from: Saieeda J

Start Date: Immediate

Hi need full garage roof doing, need a quote

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22 Feb

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Blackpool - FY4

Enquiry from: Stacey L

Start Date: Immediate

Leaks through into utility room

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22 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Bury - BL8

Enquiry from: Conrad H

Start Date: Immediate

reseal of flashing around chimney

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21 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Oldham - OL4

Enquiry from: Sadra R

Start Date: Immediate

There is a leak in the roof. Some tiles are lose please help us fix this.

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20 Feb

Roofing | Flat | Replacement

Manchester - M15

Enquiry from: BERNADETT L

Start Date: 1 to 3 months

are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace property age: 1930-1970 how many bedrooms: 3-4 rooms roof height: 2nd floor is your roof pitched or flat: flat do you require ...

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20 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Manchester - M15

Enquiry from: BERNADETT L

Start Date: 1 to 3 months

felt roof removed. replaced with tiled roof are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace property age: 1930-1970 how many bedrooms: 3-4 rooms roof height: 2nd floor is yo...

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19 Feb

Cleaning | Gutters

Blackpool - FY1

Enquiry from: SAIRA R

Start Date: Immediate

HORIZONTAL RAIN GUTTER REQUIRES CLEANING OUT , THERE IS SOME GRASS GROWING , MOSTLY LOCATED ON LEFT SIDE OF GUTTER

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18 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Blackburn - BB1

Enquiry from: Faz P

Start Date: Immediate

Repairs to roof due to heavy storm

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18 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Preston - PR2

Enquiry from: John E

Start Date: Immediate

I'm looking for quotes to relay/redo my slate roof 3 bed semi. Reusing the same tiles as much as possible.

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18 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Bolton - BL3

Enquiry from: Rashida A

Start Date: Immediate

Hi pitch roof I would like someone to take a look at the problem

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17 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Manchester - M28

Enquiry from: Beverley B

Start Date: Immediate

New roof. Not cheap materials

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16 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Leigh - WN7

Enquiry from: Simon F

Start Date: Immediate

1 slipped roof tile puttimg back or replacing

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14 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Manchester - M34

Enquiry from: Samson B

Start Date: Immediate

I have recently had an electrical Rewire. I require the installation of a tile vent into our slate roof. The house is a three bed semi.

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14 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Manchester - M14

Enquiry from: Terence G

Start Date: Immediate

Re roof breathable felt and new lats. Please reply by email

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How much do Roofer services cost?

How much do Roofers cost? Costs for Roofers in 2024 can be very different depending on the kind of work that you want to have actually performed in your residence. It's the question we get asked a great deal "how much do Roofers charge?". It's often very good to have an idea of how much a Roofer are going to likely charge for their assistance. Prices will most likely fluctuate based on the materials and also the tradesman picked. The table shows the kinds of task that Roofers generally do as well as the standard cost series of these tasks. Some projects take longer to complete than others so costs do fluctuate by task.

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The average price
of a Roofer in Lancashire is:

£2,184

Roofer job Roofer cost in 2024
Tile or slate roofing in Lancashire £3,650-£9,225
Flat roof in Lancashire £994-£6,969
Commercial roofing in Lancashire £1,925-£5,375
Flat roof repair in Lancashire £550-£1,000
Gutter cleaning in Lancashire £75-£115
Tile roof repairs in Lancashire £163-£440
Chimney sweeping in Lancashire £75-£115
Roof cleaning in Lancashire £1,480-£2,220

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Roofer FAQs

Are tiles suitable for an area with strong winds?

Strong winds can cause extensive damage to unprotected rooftops and in fact tiles act as very suitable protection. The extra weight they provide is great at countering high wind loads and if anything is damaged during severe weather, replacing tiles is straight forward for professional roofers.When you compare this to lightweight materials there’s a significant difference. If you wish to have extra protection, experts recommended having sarking fitted.

how much is it to replace a garage roof?

How Much Is It To Replace A Garage Roof?

The size of your garage will be the main determinant of the cost of a new garage roof. However, the present condition of your roof structure as well as the type of roof covering preferred are also huge factors. In the UK, the cost of a garage roof replacement will be within the range of £700 to £3600.

The first step a pro will take is to remove the existing roofing while also making sure that the timber structure is in a good condition. In the event whereby the timber is rotten, it will need to be replaced before the installation of a new roof. If the garage roof sheets needs a replacement, you’ll have to spend about £30 to £50 per each garage roof sheets. Individual plywood sheet has around 2.4m x 1.2m in measurement and whose price should also be included in the final cost.

The above information applies only to standard roofing for garage roofs with flat roofs being made of bitumen felt and asphalt. In recent times, this is no longer the case with several more options available. Today, EPDM and GRP fibreglass have rapidly become very popular amongst several homeowners in the country. It’s also important to note that modern roofing has greatly advanced over the years even though both EPDM garage roofs and GRP fibreglass garage roofs are way better and of more quality when compared to felt and asphalt roofs. And thanks to modern technology, modern garage roofing possesses a longer life expectancy and as result, are a lot costlier than the conventional ones.

For a medium size single garage (2.7m x 5.5m), the cost for a felt roof per square metre is between £40 to £70, while that of a fiberglass roof and an EPDM rubber roof is between £90 to £110 and £70 to £100 respectively.

how much does roof repair cost?

How Much Does Roof Repair Cost?

With the typical British weather, the roof is always subjected to enough battering every single day. With that type of events, you’d expect to find some chimney pots on the floor or roof tiles to go missing every once in a while. When these minor roof issues occur, a professional roofer is always in hand to easily resolve these problems. However, there are times in which the roof will be in a terrible condition with persistent leaks which is beyond the capacity of a roofer to resolve. In such cases, you may have to consider having the roof replaced as the best choice.

If you’re currently facing some issues with your roof and you need it repaired, then you’d probably want to know just how much it’ll cost to complete the project. In the UK, a roof repair cost can be within the range of £100 to £12,000 based on a number of influencing factors such as where the property is located as well as the size of the property. For instance, if you happen to stay in London where the demand is higher and there’s also the high cost of living, roof repair costs tend to be a bit more costly.

Let’s look at a simple breakdown of some roof repair jobs. These includes the following:

✓ Cost of renovating the roof on a detached four bedroom house using slate ( two story house) will range between £6300 to £12000.

✓ Cost of renovating the roof on a two story semi detached house using slate will range between £5000 to £7400.

✓ Cost of renovating full roof on a two bedroom bungalow using slate will range between £4000 to £5900.

How long does it take to fix a roofing sheet on a commercial property?

How long it takes to fix a roofing sheet on a commercial property will depend on the size of your roof and how difficult access is. Corrugated iron roofing sheets are much easier to fit than other roofing materials such as clay tiles or EDPM rubber, so that will work in your favour.

The size of the team of the roofing company you engage will also make a difference. If they have a lot of tradespeople working on your roof with lots of experience, it will take less time, while if there are only a couple of people it will take longer.

Another thing to bear in mind when considering how long it will take to fix a roofing sheet is the weather. If it starts to rain, the contractors will probably have to stop and wait, as the roof will be too slippery to work on.

In general, it should take between 1 and 3 days to fit roofing sheets on a commercial property. If you’re not having a full roof replacement, it may only take one day, whereas a completely new metal roof could take up to 3 days.

how much to clean gutters?

Leaves, twigs and moss all have one thing in common which often annoys home and property owners - they are the three main materials that negatively impacts the proper functioning of a roof guttering system. The major cause of water drainage problems for most homes and buildings are these organic materials. Wondering how some leaves and few twigs can cause such a big problem? Over time there’ll be a gradual build up of the natural debris in your gutter system which starts to rot and turn  to a thick and muddy goo which obstructs the flow of water in your drainage. As a result, there’s the need to make sure that your gutters are thoroughly cleaned at least twice annually in order to prevent bigger issues that can be caused by the blockage of a drainage system.

 

So if you’re considering getting your gutters cleaned by a professional, you’d probably be interested in know just how it’s going to cost. Well, there’s not straightforward and simple answer to this question as there are a number of factors that contributes to the final cleaning cost of your gutters.

 

In general, in the UK, the average cost for cleaning of gutter is usually around £18 to about £25 per hour. However, you can also be quoted a day rate which is usually ranging between £150 to £200 per day.

 

The factors that can affect gutter cleaning price includes the type of your property (such as a terraced, end of terraced, detached and semi detached homes) which possesses a varying gutter cleaning price largely due to their size differences, the height of the building ( if you require the service for a property located on the second floor of a building, this would be a bit higher than if it were to be on the ground floor) as well as additional requests.

how to identify asbestos roof tiles?

How To Identify Asbestos Roof Tiles

Found in some particular rocks, asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that’s commonly used before the 1990’s as a building material specifically for roofing. This material was banned in the UK as it was discovered to possess harmful fibres which is potentially dangerous to human’s respiratory health when disturbed and inhaled. According to several reports this health conditions include non cancerous lung disease, mesothelioma and asbestosis, which are all untreatable. Therefore, be it in a domestic or industrial setting, there’s the need to know how to identify asbestos and if found, start the removal process as quickly as possible.

While the three types of asbestos used in roof tiles can be quite easy to identify by themselves, a total reverse is the case, when mixed into a tile. Generally roofing tiles that includes asbestos will mostly have colours such as grey, white or blue-white colour, but so does several other roof tiles made from other materials that are totally safe. As a result, the only way in which you can identify if a tile contains asbestos is by looking for an identification mark. These marks are mostly inscribed onto about one in twenty tiles, therefore if you have a strong feeling that your roof tiles contains asbestos, you may have to remove several tiles before you can identify the marked one. Otherwise, the only way you can confirm is by sending a sample to a certified asbestos testing lab. These labs are knowledgeable and possess the right equipment, tools as well as testing kits to determine the levels of asbestos in your premises. With this, you have a better chance of getting quality results than any other means. What’s more? They’ll also recommend expert asbestos removal services if the harmful material is found to be present in your house.

how to repair roof leak?

How To Repair Roof Leak

Asphalt shingles are the most popular roofing material options for most UK homes in recent times. Thanks to them, roof repair is now all about identifying the leak and sealing it the right way. If you’re a competent DIYer and confident enough to pull this off, then this should be done within a short period of time and saving you money as well. However, if you don’t have the confidence to pull this off, then calling on a professional roofer who can guarantee the best results will be your best bet. In this article, we’ll consider four simple steps you can take to repair an asphalt shingles roof.

✓ Locate the spot of the roof leak. Roof leaks are mostly made evident by water stains on the ceiling. Simply note the spot of this water stain, grab a good pair of binoculars, then go outside to identify the location of the roof leak. Search the area for any curls, cracks, missing shingles or anything that looks odd. Leaks can also occur at any spot where caulking and flashing have been affected or compromised.

✓ Secure curled shingles. To do this, simply brush on a generous amount of asphalt roofing cement to the underside of the shingle and press firmly to set.

✓ Replace damaged or missing shingles. In the event whereby the shingles are cracked, rotten or missing, your best bet would be to have them replaced. Simply remove the damaged shingle then slide in the new one under the one above and align it with those on either side. Once done, you can then secure it with 6d galvanized roofing nails at each corner. After completion, make sure you cover the nail heads with roof cements.

✓ Fix flashing. To do this, simply reseal joints with the help of a caulk gun loaded with roofing cement.

How to repair a felt flat roof?

It can be easy to repair a felt flat roof depending on the problem. If you’ve got an old-style pour-and-roll felt flat roof, you might be starting to run into problems, but even if you have a newer torch-on felt roof, issues can occur. You might find cracks, lifting, leaking flashings or dips and hollows in the felt. Luckily, there are some easy fixes – but the best thing to do to prolong the life of your felt flat roof is to get a professional to look at it.

If your felt flat roof only needs a small repair, you might be able to get away with using a paint-on fix from a tin that you just brush on. However, if you want a more permanent fix, you’ll need a few more tools and supplies.

You can use a patch of torched-on roofing felt over the crack or leak, but if your flat roof is very damaged or wet it might not take it. You can also buy liquid systems for felt roofs, but again, there is a possibility that your roof might not take it. Also most of the high-quality liquid systems are only available for trade customers, so you might be better off asking a roofing pro to do it for you.

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