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PRESTIGE MIDLANDS

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Prestige Midlands Ltd, based in the heart of Wolverhampton; are suppliers and installers of Fascia, Soffit, Guttering (FSG...
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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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Dedicated to producing beautifully crafted and carefully executed work, we liaise closely with our customers in order to g...
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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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QUALITY ROOFING

37 review(s)
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Quality roofing is a family run business that specialises in all types of roofing from a slipped tile to a new roof replac...

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04 Aug

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Wirral - CH63

Enquiry from: Andy V

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Have a leak coming in the front bedroom

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20 Jun

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Wirral - CH62

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Replacement of front roof

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02 Jun

Roofing | Flat | Replacement

Wirral - CH49

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

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20 Apr

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Wirral - CH46

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full roof tile replacement

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08 Apr

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Wirral - CH60

Enquiry from: Lee M

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4500mm wallplate to wallplate 1400 to ridge standard trusses length 700mm are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached roofing material: slates

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07 Apr

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Wirral - CH46

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job done 7/12/21. require slight adjustment to 1(one) dry very cap. otherwise great work are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached

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12 Mar

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Wirral - CH62

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property type: semi detached roof type: pitched, work description: ludlow tiles damaged and missing need replacing, chimney stack needs re pointing and gable to be fixed and dry verge caps used. are...

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10 Mar

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Wirral - CH60

Enquiry from: Arthur Y

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Property type: House, Roof type: Pitched, Work description: Bungalow- clean moss off roof and clean gutters please

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08 Mar

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Wirral - CH62

Enquiry from: Jenny D

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Property type: House, Roof type: Pitched, Work description: Ludlow tiles damaged and missing need replacing, chimney stack needs re pointing and gable to be fixed and dry verge caps used.

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08 Mar

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Wirral - CH62

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property type: semi detached roof type: pitched, work description: ludlow tiles damaged and missing need replacing, chimney stack needs re pointing and gable to be fixed and dry verge caps used. are...

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07 Mar

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Wirral - CH46

Enquiry from: Will G

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roof hip tile needs replacing are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace roofing material: tiles roof height: 1st floor how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 rooms does the ...

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07 Mar

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Wirral - CH48

Enquiry from: Douglas M

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Property type: Flat, apartment, Roof type: Pitched, Work description: To clean a gutter blocked by broken tile from the roof and water getting into the bedroom .

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24 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Wirral - CH46

Enquiry from: Joyce T

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Property type: Other, Roof type: Pitched, Work description: Storm damage on bungalow roof. Both hips to be replaced by dry ridge.as mortar is cracking.

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21 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Wirral - CH46

Enquiry from: Pamela W

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Property type: House, Roof type: Pitched, Work description: Just a ridge tile putting back on

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20 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Wirral - CH46

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property type: semi detached roof type: pitched, work description: replace one ridge tile which came off in the storm and is lodged in the gutter very dangerous are you the property owner: owner of t...

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19 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Wirral - CH62

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Property type: House, Roof type: Pitched, Work description: 4 maybe 5 tiles have blown off in the storm and I need a price to repair

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18 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Wirral - CH62

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Property type: House, Roof type: Pitched, Work description: Hi I'm looking for someone to fix me tile on roof, Also the tile has came off and smashed into my extension roof, thanks

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16 Feb

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Wirral - CH46

Enquiry from: Brenda R

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property type: house, roof type: pitched, work description: 3 or 4 ridge tiles to be replaced on my bungalow

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14 Feb

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Wirral - CH46

Enquiry from: PAUL S

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porch roof needs repair,leaking water into the hall,internal damage to roof under porch roof,needs full repair are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached location ...

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13 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Wirral - CH62

Enquiry from: Andrew C

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full tile replace with lining are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached roofing material: tiles roof height: 1st floor how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 rooms doe...

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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 Wirral is:

£2,250

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

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Roofer FAQs

how to clean conservatory gutters?

Clean of your conservatory gutter is probably not one of the most enjoyable chores you’d like to take on around the house. Not only is it messy and tedious, but it’s also time consuming and smelly. It’s a job every home and property owner would rather avoid, but unfortunately everyone has to do it. It’s a necessity due to the fact that neglect gutters holds and harbours mould, moss as well as plant debris. It would have been better if this is only disgusting, but the actual truth is that should be the least of your worries as this gradual build up of organic material in your conservatory gutters can minimize their drainage abilities, leading to leakages and spills that can damage your conservatory.

 

Cleaning of your conservatory gutter is a task that can be done regardless of your level of experience. However, it’s advisable to call in a professional for help especially if you lack the confidence required to pull it off.

  • Use a ladder for a closer look. Cleaning your gutters from the ground by poking it with a hooked tool might seem the best way out, but in truth you risk damaging the gutters or brackets and marking the conservatory panes when you don’t see what you’re doing.
  • Invest in specialist tools. For expert DIYers, taking off your downpipes from the wall to clean might be a pretty easy task. However, for most people it can be extremely frustrating. As a result, there’s the need to get hold of some flexible gutter brushes. With a bendable stem and stiff bristles, these are able to hook and dislodge dirt and leaves inside your downpipes with relative ease.
What’s a registered Competent Roofer?

Competent Roofer is a scheme that allows professionals to self-certify that their work is in line with Building Regulations. If you don’t use a registered Competent Roofer, you’ll have to pay your local authority to certify the work, so we recommend you use a Competent Roofer to save yourself extra outlay at the end.

I’ve got ponding on my roof. Do I need to replace it?

Ponding is where you see pools of water appearing on your flat roof. Unless your roof is leaking or showing other signs of damage, you don’t need to replace it. When you do have your flat roof replaced, tell the contractor so they can find out the cause of the ponding.

How to find a commercial roofer near me?

To find a commercial roofer near you, you could ask other tenants or property owners whether they can recommend a company. If you choose a company that’s been recommended to you, make sure you do your own research into them before you decide to engage them; you can check whether they have social media pages, reviews and examples of previous work. If the company has a Quotatis profile, you’ll find genuine reviews from their customers there, including photos of work they’ve completed.

Another option is to do your own search online. These days lots of companies will have their own website and you may be able to make an enquiry through there without even having to call them. Again, you should always check out their qualifications, previous work and reviews before deciding to go with them.

Or, you could let Quotatis do the work for you. Simply tell us about your commercial roofing project and where the property is and we’ll put you in touch with up to 4 reputable commercial roofers that will be able to offer you a free, no-obligation quote. You can check out their reviews, qualifications, insurance and photos of work on their profile which we’ll send to you in an email when we’ve matched you. The roofing companies should contact you first, but if they don’t we’ll give you all their details so you can introduce yourself.

How to install commercial rubber roofing?

How you install commercial rubber roofing is similar to fitting it on a residential property, except that the area that’s covered is likely to be bigger. With commercial properties, you should always leave any maintenance and repair works to the professionals – whether you own or lease the property, you could invalidate any insurance if you try to install rubber roofing yourself. We’ll outline the steps roofers will take when installing rubber roofing on a commercial property.

Firstly, the installers will remove any existing coverings and clean and dry the surface thoroughly. This is vital in ensuring that the rubber will stick. They will then unwrap the EDPM rubber membrane and leave it to rest until it’s fully expanded. On a warm day this may take around half an hour.

Next, the roofers will work with half a sheet of rubber at a time and adhere it to the roof surface. They may use a water-based adhesive which they will spread onto the roof in sections, then roll the membrane onto the surface before moving onto the next section. If they’re using a bonded adhesive, they will apply it to both the roof and the rubber and leave it to dry until it’s tacky before extending the membrane.

Once the EDPM rubber is rolled out, the installers will brush the surface with a large broom to get rid of bubbles and provide a stronger bond. Then they will work of the edges, applying adhesive to roof and walls edges, sealing corners and creating watertight seals. They’ll also tidy up any excess membrane and seal all the trims.

As long as it’s installed correctly, your commercial rubber roofing should last you decades without any repairs needed. It’s always best to inspect your roof regularly to spot any damage before it becomes a bigger problem.

how to clean and maintain metal roofs?

How To Clean And Maintain Metal Roofs

If you already have a metal roof or just planning to get one, you’d probably be interested in knowing the cleaning and maintenance procedures. Although, metal roof are widely known to be very easy to clean and maintain and also very durable and long lasting, it’s still strongly recommended that homeowners should do all in their power clean and to take care of their metal roof in order to ensure it they live up to their potentials. Cleaning your metal roofs regularly helps to minimize damaging element such as airborne dirt, pollen, organic material debris, pollution, mildew and lots more. If left unattended to, these unwanted elements can result in several negative issues over time as such as chalking. Due to fact that metal roofs normally features special coatings as well as paint, cleaning the roof is both easy and environmentally friendly, which removes the need to use toxic chemicals. With just plain water, you can effectively wash down dirt, dust and other debris from your metal roof.

While the cleaning process is quite simple, working at height can be incredibly dangerous. It requires skills and confidence, so if you lack either of these qualities, it’s advisable to call in a professional roof cleaning contractor for help. Below is a simple cleaning solution usful for most metal roofs.

✓ In the event whereby water alone isn’t enough, make a cleaning solution using a quarter cup detergent ( which should include car washing soap, mild laundry detergent, mild dish soap) for each gallon of water.

✓ Apply the mixture to the surface of the roof with a wash cloth and ensure to the application gently.

✓ After application, allow it sit for up to 15mins.

✓ Rinse the roof surface with plain water.

how to clean roof lights?

How To Clean Roof Lights

If you have existing roof lights or perhaps you’re about to have them installed, it’s important to know just how to have them cleaned, even if you wouldn’t be doing it yourself. Generally, glass roof lights fitted in flat roof applications are more likely to be a major victim of staining and discolouration by several elements like rainwater, bird droppings, vehicle exhaust pollutants as well as tree sap. Therefore, just like any other parts of your home, periodic inspection of the units as well as regular cleaning is highly advised to help maintain their top performance for a lengthy period of time.

Firstly, when installing the roof lights, it’ll be helpful if its fitted at the right pitch so as to help keep the exterior clean as it enables the elements such as rainwater to run off the surface naturally. Cleaning roof lights involves working at height which can be very dangerous. Therefore, if you lack the skill and confidence to pull this off, it’s advisable to hire the services of a professional who can guarantee the best results for help. In this article, we aim to give you a good insight into how the roof light cleaning process works. Let’s have a look!

Rooflight Interior Cleaning

✓ Spread plastic under the roof light to catch dirt and spills

✓ Dust to wipe clear all loose dirt and cobwebs.

✓ Use a squeegee with a warm soapy water or any other glass cleaning product to clean the glass ( steer clear of any harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners)

✓ Dry the roof light with a soft and lint-free cloth.

Rooflight Exterior Cleaning

✓ Access the roof safely with a specialist ladder

✓ Put mild detergent into a bucket and carry up to the roof before filling with warm water from a hosepipe

✓ Use the soapy water and a non-abrasive cloth or squeegee to clean the roof light, its surroundings as well as fixings.

do chimney liners need sweeping

Chimney liners are a very important component of the chimney, but the fact is most home and property owners either continue to overlook them or aren’t even aware of their existence. This is, however, quite understandable given the fact that they usually last a long period of time – more than 50 years. To ensure that they last that long, the question that arises is, do chimney liners need to be swept and cleaned? The short and simple answer to this question is yes, chimney liners definitely needs to be cleaned on a frequent basis. A chimney liner happens to be an essential part of your chimney. When it’s not cleaned, it tends to accumulate dust, soot and dirt which can give rise to a number of problems you’d rather want to avoid. Chimney liner are able to provide adequate protection to your flue but even at that the water, creosote and other contaminant build up can make the liner to deteriorate, and making it unsafe for usage. In other words, contrary to several belief, chimney liners do need the same amount of cleaning as chimneys without liners. Failure to sweep your chimney liners can give rise to the following problems:

  • Creosote buildup. If your main source of fire is wood, then you’ll definitely have creosote present in your chimney. This is highly combustible and its buildup may lead to fire outbreak.
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is said to be on the rise by NCBI and its primarily generated from heating systems which are terribly ventilated as a result of uncleaned or dirty chimneys.

Roofer help and advice

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5 Tips to Making your Garden the Perfect Outdoor Social Space Published: 17/02/2022 When you think about the places you can entertain people in your house, it can be easy to forget about your outside areas. But actually, your garden can be a fantastic outdoor social space. Don’t waste your outside space – improving it can not only help you make the most of your property, and it […] Read this article
5 Environmentally Friendly Design Choices for Your Kitchen Published: 06/10/2021 If you’re thinking about revamping your kitchen this year, there’s more to consider than just the practicalities and style. The modern kitchen also needs to be eco-conscious in both its initial design and its day-to-day usage. You may worry that factoring this into your plans sounds like a lot of work when you could just […] Read this article

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