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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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JTB Home Improvments

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Hi my name is John I’m the owner of jtb home improvements we are a family run business and we always strive to provid...
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B Wise

57 review(s)
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We are a dedicated team of trained trades men who aim to beat any like for like quote and finish all our work to a very ...
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Dartman

59 review(s)
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We specialise in home maintenance, roofing and landscaping. (Driveways, Paths & Patios). We are a family run business an...
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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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Smith Roofing

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Welcome to just roofing I am a professional roofer with 15 years experience in the trade starting in the family Business ...

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11 May

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Sheffield - S11

Enquiry from: Edwin E

Start Date: Immediate

check and reset ridge tiles

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12 Apr

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Sheffield - S11

Enquiry from: John L

Start Date: Immediate

some ridge tiles lost in recent high winds. others loose, possibly because of decaying mortar. may need all ridge tiles refitting or replaced. are you the property owner: owner of the property proper...

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21 Mar

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Sheffield - S36

Enquiry from: Diane B

Start Date: Less than one month

my son is getting whitwell farm house stocksbridge ready to go on market in june. there has been a leak in a bedroom and the man who is doing some work on the house has been in the loft and checked. ...

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20 Mar

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Sheffield - S8

Enquiry from: Asad M

Start Date: Immediate

I Need a new roof quote. I have 14 solar panels. I need solar panels removing and replacing also

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16 Mar

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Sheffield - S10

Enquiry from: Sunny D

Start Date: Immediate

22 x 11 feet roof over an garage extension and a 7 feet x 3 feet bonnet roof (flat).

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13 Mar

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Sheffield - S8

Enquiry from: Asad M

Start Date: Immediate

I Need a new roof quote. I have 14 solar panels. I need solar panels removing and replacing also

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10 Mar

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Sheffield - S14

Enquiry from: Steve B

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property type: house, roof type: pitched, work description: storm damage around two ares of tiles. roof is quite steep. insurance claim is approved are you the property owner: owner of the property p...

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09 Mar

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Sheffield - S13

Enquiry from: John W

Start Date: Immediate

property type: house, roof type: pitched, work description: 2 ridge tiles have come loose displaced

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07 Mar

Roofing | Flat | Replacement

Sheffield - S8

Enquiry from: Joy W

Start Date: Immediate

Property type: House, Roof type: Flat, Work description: Bay window replacement

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04 Mar

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Sheffield - S7

Enquiry from: Joseph C

Start Date: Less than one month

full reroofing of main part of three storey victorian house. both sides of pitched roof incorporating two dormer windows and two small velux windows. estimate total length of roof approx 15m by 7m (f...

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03 Mar

Cleaning | Gutters

Sheffield - S8

Enquiry from: Michal P

Start Date: Immediate

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customer visited the myguttering.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. property type: semi detached property owner: tenant (with permission), work description: one gutter on front is block. need to cl...

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02 Mar

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Sheffield - S8

Enquiry from: Asad M

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I Need a new roof quote. I have 14 solar panels. I need solar panels removing and replacing also

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28 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Sheffield - S3

Enquiry from: TRENNAN P

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property type: garage roof type: pitched, work description: our roof is leaking quite badly and we need someone to visit to assess the damage and what is needed to fix the issue what is your roofing...

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28 Feb

Cleaning | Gutters

Sheffield - S10

Enquiry from: Jake A

Start Date: Immediate

Customer visited the myguttering.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Property type: Detached, Property owner: Owner, Work description: We have 2 properties opposite one another that need their gutt...

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28 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Sheffield - S12

Enquiry from: Dean W

Start Date: Immediate

Roof cleaning Lead

Full new garage roof, To take care not to harm the tree to much when fitting

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28 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Sheffield - S5

Enquiry from: Cristina L

Start Date: 1 to 3 months

property type: semi detached roof type: pitched, work description: it’s leaking on the ceiling from the roof. are you the property owner: owner of the property property age: post-2000 how many bedr...

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26 Feb

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Sheffield - S8

Enquiry from: Leigh B

Start Date: Immediate

Property type: House, Roof type: Flat, Work description: Need it looking at as got a leak

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25 Feb

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Sheffield - S26

Enquiry from: Charles G

Start Date: Immediate

property type: detached roof type: flat, work description: single garage - wooden roof was covered in felt - blown off in wind. roof timber soaked. needs new waterproof covering. are you the proper...

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25 Feb

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Sheffield - S8

Enquiry from: James S

Start Date: Immediate

property type: house, roof type: pitched, work description: i have a dormer window roof that has blown back in the window and therefore needs to be re-felted (as its currently a lead roof i believe)....

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24 Feb

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Sheffield - S6

Enquiry from: Kevin B

Start Date: Immediate

Roof cleaning Lead

property type: terrace roof type: pitched, work description: roof tiles close to ridge line have slipped during high winds. are you the property owner: owner of the property property age: 1930-1970 h...

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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 Sheffield is:

£2,271

Roofer job Roofer cost in 2022
Tile or slate roofing in Sheffield £3,917-£7,650
Flat roof in Sheffield £1,303-£3,366
Commercial roofing in Sheffield £1,450-£10,250
Flat roof repair in Sheffield £510-£1,190
Gutter cleaning in Sheffield £68-£148
Tile roof repairs in Sheffield £247-£706
Chimney sweeping in Sheffield £88-£1,558
Roof cleaning in Sheffield £567-£2,907

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Roofer FAQs

when to clean gutters in spring?

Knowing when best to clean your gutters can do a lot of good. Wile some people assume that fall is the best time for gutter cleaning after the leaves fall, others believe spring is the most appropriate time to clean the gutters before things start to grow there. The truth is, both camps are right. However, the best time to clean your gutters depend on a wide range of factors which are all unique to you. In order to help you make the most informed decision possible, we have created this post to help you figure out the right time to clean your gutters. Let’s take a look!

 

 

 

Where you’re located. What we get is four season in a year as well as as a good amount of rain. As a result, you may want to put into consideration cleaning your gutter at least twice a year - clean the gutters once in the spring and once in the fall. It’s important to make gutter cleaning a part of your normal spring schedule as well as part of your fall maintenance routines.

What surrounds your home. If you happen to have tree surrounding your home, then it’s more likely that dead leaves clog up your gutter pretty quickly. A single tree is enough as it’s going to shed leaves that will find their way into your gutter, accumulate and affect its performance and integrity.

What your gutter currently looks like. If you gutters already have an entire ecosystem of animal life and plants hamging over the edges, then the best time to clean the gutters is now rather than having to wait a particular season to act. A dirty gutter should be attended to immediately in order to prevent some unnecessary damages as well as expensive repairs.

Can I change a metal roof to tile?

The feasibility of this will depend on the roof’s strength, in particular its load bearing capabilities. This is simply because tiles are heavier than the metal sheeting. Normally a tiled roof will need to take a load capacity of 60kg per square metre. You will need a trusted roofing company to advise on this.

How to slate a roof?

One of the most popular choices for roofing materials are roof slates. There is a number of advantages that a roof slate has, hey can be aesthetically pleasing, they can also increase the potential selling value of the house and many more. Slate is a sturdy and resilient material that delivers waterproofing physical characteristics to a pitched roof. Unlike other roof materials which absorb water slates do not. Therefore, slate is the most resistant towards freezing and water damage.

Find out the pitch of your roof

Before beginning with the fitting procedure, you need to figure out the pitch of your roof. The roof pitch commands how much overlap is essential with each slate. This has been made a lot easier than the early days with the advancement of technology.

Find out the required overlap

Once you’ve found out the exact pitch of your roof accurately, take a look at the slate producer’s description. Each manufacturer will propose the obligatory overlap in order to form a firm and safe slate roof.

Roll out the roof membrane

Firstly, guarantee your joists or trusses are clean of any sheards or old nails that could harm the membrane. You will now have to roll the chosen roofing membrane along the roof trusses. It is always wise to start from one of the bottom corners and keep rolling it along to the other corner.

Secure the roof membrane

Once the membrane has been moved out, use thump nails to protect one edge. You will now have to pull the membrane taut and carefully fix it into position. Do this before adding any nails across the membrane at points of intersection with the trusses for extra stability.

Batten placement

This is done to find the proper assignment of the battens. For this, you will need two full-sized slates along with an under eaves slate. Carefully position the battens on the top of the roof on the top of the overlay. Make sure not to fix them down since it will be easier to move them around and make any adjustments.

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 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.

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.

what happens if you don't clean your gutters?

Gutters are a crucial component of any roofing system. They’re designed in such a way to protect your home or property from serious water damage, but keeping them clean and in good condition is something that’s almost always forgotten or ignored. Do not be deceived even when rain water is still running from them or they don’t appear to be clogged. Failure to clean maintain your gutters can lead to a wide range of outcomes and they aren’t so pretty. According to experts, gutter cleaning should be done twice a year - once in the spring and once in the fall. In order to help you realize the importance of cleaning your gutters, we’ll look at some of the possible outcomes of a neglected gutter.

  • Leaky roof. If your gutters get clogged and cannot move water away from your home, it begins to build up on the roof and eventually lead to damages like rot and mold. As the damages spread, the end result could be a severe damage to the attic and supports.
  • Damaged foundation. If the gutters are not functioning as they should, water saturation becomes a great threat to the foundation of your home or property. The concrete will crack or wood rots and you can also end up with mold.
  • Creepy crawler infestation. Wherever you have stagnant water, there are also bugs. This is because they love the wet and moisture-filled gutters. You get unwanted visitors like carpenter ants, roaches and mosquitoes, just to mention a few.
  • Driveway and path damage. When the downspouts aren’t directing the water to the appropriate spot, the excess that comes in contact with these surfaces can lead to cracks or sagging.
What types of roof tile are there?

Roofing is one of the most significant portions of your household. Not only does it protect the inhabitants from the elements, but it also plays a vital role in the architectural appeal. When people reflect of roofing, they consider various types of tile for the job.

Metal Tiles

When we talk of metal roofs, most of the people think of roofs made of metal panels which are joined together by joints or raised seams. This is often not the case as there are several numbers of obtainable metal roofing products.

Ceramic Tiles

Another popular choice of roofing material is ceramic. Clay tiles are incombustible and fairly sturdy, necessitating scarcer repairs or substitutions than asphalt roofs.

Concrete Tiles

For those that like the look of ceramic tiles, as well as their fire resistance, this may not be the choice, but those who want something a little tougher and less susceptible to cracking when having work done on the roof, there are the best tiles.

Bituminous Tiles

For those that want a lightweight, supple tile that’s easier to fit, there’s the bituminous tile. These types of tiles are made from cellulose fibre or using fibreglass allowing them to be flexible.

Polymer-Sand Tiles

A new-fangled substitute for ceramic tiles is the polymer-sand tile. Created from a combination of sand bound together with polymers, these are very rigid, sturdy tiles are shaped in a mould.

Copper Tile

Copper roofs can be a great choice for many due to their long lifespan. Copper tiles have the ability to last over a century before needing replacement.

Composite Tile

Another newer roofing tile is the composite. This is a multi-layered tile that is made using metal, acrylic and stone granules.

Stone Tiles

This is one of the oldest forms of roofing tiles that you can get out there. It is also one of the longest-lasting tiles on the market as well, with some roofs lasting well over 100 years.

Roofer help and advice

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