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A N Jones environmental & maintenance services undertake all types of non-licenced asbestos remediation works along with r...
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We are a family run business with over 20 years combined experience within the asbestos industry, we will and can undertak...
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We at Asbestos free are fully trained and licensed and very experienced in the removal and disposal of Asbestos to the hi...
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Hi my name is Benjamin Loveridge If you’re looking roofing company to carry out roofing repairs or fit A complete new ...
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MG HOME IMPROVEMENTS

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For over 15 years MG Home Improvements have been repairing and fixing leaking roofs all over Cheshire,North Wales & Th...

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29 Jun

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Wallasey - CH45

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customer has a roofing project they are looking to have done, specially they want quotes for tile roof replacement. they are unsure of options so would like to discuss with a roofer.confirmed interest...

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23 Jun

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Liverpool - L16

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flat roof over car port removal and replacing including guttering are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached location of roof: other property age: 1930-70 height o...

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21 Jun

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Liverpool - L21

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I need a new roof on a 3 sided house

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20 Jun

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Wirral - CH62

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Replacement of front roof

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16 Jun

Cleaning | Gutters

St. Helens - WA11

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the gutter joints need replacing are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached what are you looking to have cleaned: gutters how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 rooms ...

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13 Jun

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Liverpool - L15

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attic room trusses to create two rooms are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace roofing material: tiles roof height: 2nd floor how many bedrooms do you have: 5+ rooms ...

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06 Jun

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Liverpool - L36

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Looking for a quote of a Full Roof replacement

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06 Jun

Cleaning | Gutters

Liverpool - L21

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clear gutters around the roof front rear side of the property are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 rooms what are you look...

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02 Jun

Roofing | Flat | Replacement

Wirral - CH49

Enquiry from: Jack F

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Corrugated roof removed, (possible asbestos), replaced by EPDM rubber roof along with fascia’s looked at.

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01 Jun

Cleaning | Gutters

Liverpool - L21

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clear gutters around the roof front rear side of the property are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 rooms what are you look...

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31 May

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Liverpool - L36

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customer made an enquiry for tile roof replacement and confirmed on the quotatis site they would like quotes from a roofer.customer lives in the liverpool area and would like a call to discuss options...

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30 May

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Ellesmere Port - CH66

Enquiry from: Sarah R

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Flashing replacing on chimney breast. Hole filing under front downstairs window Dry verge repairing or replacing

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28 May

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Liverpool - L13

Enquiry from: Carmel C

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i have a leak in my kitchen when it rains - the kitchen roof is a flat roof, installed a year ago are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace location of roof: extension p...

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26 May

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Liverpool - L10

Enquiry from: James H

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Soffits facias and guttering replacements .

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18 May

Cleaning | Gutters

Prescot - L34

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Clean gutters in detached house - 3bed house

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17 May

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Liverpool - L15

Enquiry from: Sophie M

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roof in poor condition, moderate sag observable from the ground. slate tiles with nail sickness. defective mortar observable on the main roof ridge. flashing around chimney in a poor state. i’m look...

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04 May

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Liverpool - L18

Enquiry from: Samuel A

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prospective buyer of a property. survey has advised a roof replacement and i am looking for an approximate figure for the works. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi ...

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04 May

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Liverpool - L21

Enquiry from: Alina M

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i need the quote for roof repair. are you the property owner: tenant (with permission) property type: garage property age: unknown how many bedrooms: 1-2 rooms roof height: 2nd floor is your roof pit...

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03 May

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Ellesmere Port - CH66

Enquiry from: Dean K

Start Date: 1 to 3 months

hi i was hoping you can help. we have a side extension, our kitchen is in the side extension and the room is very dark. because we cant have a window in the kitchen wall due to the proximity to our ne...

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25 Apr

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Liverpool - L31

Enquiry from: Dave B

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roughly six clay hip tiles require replacing on the roof, and maybe a bit of pointing on the ridge tiles are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached property age: 19...

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How much do Roofer services cost?

How much do Roofers cost? Costs for Roofers in 2022 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 Merseyside is:

£2,250

Roofer job Roofer cost in 2022
Tile or slate roofing in Merseyside £4,500-£6,900
Flat roof in Merseyside £1,875-£2,875
Commercial roofing in Merseyside £3,750-£5,750
Flat roof repair in Merseyside £1,500-£2,300
Gutter cleaning in Merseyside £75-£115
Tile roof repairs in Merseyside £338-£518
Chimney sweeping in Merseyside £75-£115
Roof cleaning in Merseyside £1,480-£2,220

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how to replace a broken roof tile?

How To Replace A Broken Roof Tile?

If you have a broken roof tile on your property, the next logical step to take is having it replaced as soon as you can. However, this is not the simplest of tasks so you might need some guidance if you wish to do it yourself. If you lack the confidence needed to pull this off as it involves working at height, then we’d strongly recommend you hire the services of a reliable roofing contractor or company who can guarantee the best results for help. In this guide, we’re going to walk you through the processes involved in the replacement of broken tiles. Let’s have a look!

✓ Match your roof tiles perfectly. The most frequently used roof tiles are concrete and terracotta. They may look all similar but they can actually vary in shapes, length as well as thickness. To replace a broken tile, you must first make sure that it’s the same type of tile so it doesn’t interfere with the flow of your roof which can lead to further damage.

✓ Climb on to the roof. Make use of a strong and stable ladder to do this. If you’re not comfortable with heights, simply call in a professional. Falling of the roof would be more expensive.

✓ Remove the broken tile. Lift up the overlapping tile next to the broken tile in such a way to enable an easy removal of the broken one. If you’re not able to life them, then they probably have nails securing them in place. Remove these nails to proceed.

✓ Replace the broken tile with the new one. To do this, simply lift up the bottom tiles from the above row and then slide the new tile back in place. If the tiles have been nailed, make sure you also drive a nail through the hole in the new tile into the timber roof batten.

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 clean stained white gutters?

It can be a huge headache, but cleaning of gutters is a task that needs to be done and even more so when it’s a stained white gutter. Nobody want to do it, but everybody has to. If you happen to lack the required confidence to pull this off as it has to do with working at heights, then we’d strongly recommend that you get in touch with a reliable professional who can guarantee the best results for help and also save you some time and money from potential costly errors. In this post, we’re going to show you some of effective way in which you can tackle stained white gutters effectively.

 

 

 

Firstly, you’ll have to take out the ladder with a pair of rubber gloves. Simply position the ladder safely, climb up the roof and start removing the leaves and other debris clogging up the gutters. You can also make use of a garden trowel to remove the very thick debris. Once done, spray the gutter using a garden hose to flush out the dirt as this will make the stains visible. Then prior to cleaning, ensure to cover the plants or landscape underneath with tarp or plastic sheet since the cleaning solution may negatively impact the vegetation.

 

 

 

Start to clean by spraying an all-purpose cleaner on the stains and srub them off using a scrub brush. You can also try a mixture of 1/4 of water with 1 cup of bleach and 1 teaspoon of dish soap. Dip your scrub brush in this solution to scrub off the stains. The bleach mixture is guaranteed to eliminate any mold or mildew that growing on your gutters with ease.

 

How can I maintain my roof?

You should inspect your roof at least once a year, to check there are no leaks or infestations. It’s best to do this just after it has rained, so leaks are as obvious as possible. You may find over a period of time there is a build up of moss on the roof, this should be cleaned so rain water has a clear path to the guttering.

How to repair a flat garage roof?

How to repair your flat garage roof will depend on what it’s made from. Lots of flat garage roofs are made from EDPM rubber, asphalt or felt. We’ll explain how to carry out repairs on your garage roof here. EDPM rubber flat roof repair EDPM rubber is an excellent choice for a flat garage roof and should need little maintenance. But if you do need to repair it, there are a few easy fixes. If it’s a small crack or tear, apply some lap sealant to the area, but don’t use too much. If you go for a more professional repair later, the sealant will need to be scraped off, so if there’s too much it might cost you more in labour. If you need to repair the flashing, buy some malleable flashing tape so you can form it into the right shape. Clean and dry the area that needs repairing, then apply an EDPM primer. When that’s touch dry, stick the patch of flashing tape down from the centre outwards with a roller. Repairing an asphalt flat garage roof Asphalt is also very hard-wearing, and when it does need fixing, the fixes often last a long time. So if you do get cracks or blisters, you can use a paint-on fix from a tin as a temporary repair. When it’s time for a more permanent fix, you can add a small patch of torched-on roofing felt or use a liquid system, but the high-quality ones are often only available to trade customers. How to repair a felt flat garage roof Felt can be repaired in a similar way to asphalt flat garage roofs. For small cracks or a temporary fix, try a paint-on treatment from a tin. But for something more permanent, use a patch of torched-on roofing felt or a liquid system. If these don’t stick, unfortunately it means it’s time for a new felt garage roof. If you do need a new flat garage roof, leave it to the professionals who will ensure that your new roof will last for years.

How to clean gutters?

To keep water away from your house, the importance of gutters cannot be overemphasized. However, in order to enable them do their job the proper way, the clogging dirt and debris must be thoroughly wiped out and fortunately there are a number of ways to get the job done by yourself. However, it must be stated that cleaning of gutters can be a very dangerous task as it deals with working at heights. As a result, if you are not confident enough to this pull this off, then we’d strongly recommend you get in touch with a reliable professional who can guarantee the job effectively and also in a safe manner. In this guide, we’re going to look at some of the ways in which you get rid of dirt and debris on your gutter by yourself.

 

  • Clean the gutter with a leaf blower. Several leaf blowers feature a nozzle attachment which is made to release a narrow stream of air which is suitable for cleaning of gutters. All you have to do is simply to position your ladder to enable you work slowly towards the downspout and getting rid of all dirt and obstructions on the gutter as you go. The final step would be to remove any lingering leaves or twigs using a hose. If don’t want to stand on a ladder to do all these, a specialized attachment is available to add to the blower’s reach.
  • Clean the gutter with a wet or dry vacuum. For heavier debris, you can try out a wet or dry vacuum. To reach the obstructed gutters while standing on the ground, simply get curved attachments and hoses at a local home improvement store. You may, however, need to moisten some stubborn dirt before it can be properly vacuumed or removed.after completing the vacuuming process, simply flush the gutters with garden hose waters.
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.

Roofer help and advice

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