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New Look Fascias

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New look fascias are a local roofing company specialising in all aspects of roofing work and upvc fascias soffits and gutt...
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B Wise

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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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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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Here at RPM we are a all in one family run business that cover all your needs from small jobs to full renovations we have ...
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One 9 Scaffolding

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About one9scaffolding - Roofers & Roofing in Manchester Based in Manchester, one 9 Roofing and scaffolding is a professio...
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09 Aug

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Leeds - LS20

Enquiry from: Andy L

Start Date: Immediate

reroof a part of slate roof at the back of chimney, and repointing chimney stack & front wall. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace roofing material: slates roof he...

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24 Jul

Cleaning | Gutters

Leeds - LS18

Enquiry from: Graham R

Start Date: Immediate

gutters cleaned and fixed/replaced where needed. including full drainpipe on front right if property are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached how many bedrooms do...

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21 Jul

Roofing | Flat | Replacement

Leeds - LS11

Enquiry from: Amanda P

Start Date: Immediate

repair all slates apply new lead flashing there is big hole behind chimney. i do have photos are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: other property age: pre-1900 how many bedr...

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12 Jul

Roofing | Flat | Replacement

Leeds - LS6

Enquiry from: Uzzma K

Start Date: Immediate

I need a flat kitchen roof replaced with possible sunroof window installed

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11 Jul

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Leeds - LS15

Enquiry from: Andrew L

Start Date: Less than one month

hi we have some cement missing from the front of our property just under the roof which is causing damp. and some cracking on our extension.. maybe some pointing needed also. pictures can be sent if n...

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08 Jul

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Leeds - LS8

Enquiry from: Kathryn P

Start Date: Immediate

we have water coming in our bedroom and not sure if from guttering or flat roof. would appreciate if you could advise. are you the property owner: owner of the property location of roof: other propert...

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06 Jul

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Leeds - LS19

Enquiry from: Rob N

Start Date: Less than one month

factory mill roof sweep - x 6 channels. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: garage property age: pre-1900 how many bedrooms: 5+ rooms roof height: 3rd floor+ is your roof...

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05 Jul

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Leeds - LS8

Enquiry from: Kathryn P

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we have water coming in our bedroom and not sure if from guttering or flat roof. would appreciate if you could advise. are you the property owner: owner of the property location of roof: other propert...

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01 Jul

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Leeds - LS8

Enquiry from: Kathryn P

Start Date: Immediate

we have water coming in our bedroom and not sure if from guttering or flat roof. would appreciate if you could advise. are you the property owner: owner of the property location of roof: other propert...

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28 Jun

Cleaning | Gutters

Leeds - LS25

Enquiry from: Carolyn M

Start Date: Immediate

Split guttering at rear of house and a few joints leaking at front and side.

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01 Jun

Roofing | Pitched | Replacement (Partial & Full)

Leeds - LS27

Enquiry from: Susan V

Start Date: Immediate

replacing old roof with new roof are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace roofing material: slates roof height: 2nd floor how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 rooms does ...

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29 Apr

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Leeds - LS25

Enquiry from: Ian W

Start Date: Less than one month

customer is looking for quotes for pitched roof repair from pros around leeds. please call to arrange appointment to discuss are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace p...

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25 Apr

Roofing | Flat | Replacement

Leeds - LS16

Enquiry from: Simon P

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flat roof replacement for garage- (part of a block of several units- not attached to house) are you the property owner: relative of owner property type: semi detached location of roof: garage height: ...

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12 Apr

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Leeds - LS6

Enquiry from: Ana R

Start Date: Immediate

roof repair needed after chimney breast removed. now there is a leaking affecting the neighbour and also a felt layer missing. are you the property owner: relative of owner property type: terrace prop...

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07 Apr

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Leeds - LS12

Enquiry from: Mark J

Start Date: Immediate

roof is letting in water via chimney area are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace property age: 1900-1930 how many bedrooms: 1-2 rooms roof height: 2nd floor is your ...

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28 Mar

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Leeds - LS19

Enquiry from: Dorsaf S

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wind blow roof tile and some of the tiles slipped a bit down . need some repairs are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached property age: 1930-1970 how many bedroom...

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15 Mar

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Leeds - LS7

Enquiry from: Anne O

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leak from the roof. plumber came and examined it and he confirmed there's a vent on the roof requiring roofer's attention are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detach...

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14 Mar

Roofing | Pitched | Repair

Leeds - LS19

Enquiry from: Dorsaf S

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wind blow roof tile and some of the tiles slipped a bit down . need some repairs are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached property age: 1930-1970 how many bedroom...

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13 Mar

Roofing | Flat | Repair

Leeds - LS11

Enquiry from: Tony H

Start Date: Immediate

property type: terrace roof type: flat, work description: dormer has sustained damage after recent storms and i need an estimate. i will need photos to accompany quotation please. are you the propert...

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12 Mar

Roofing | Flat | Replacement

Leeds - LS2

Enquiry from: Alexandra W

Start Date: Immediate

thieves have stripped the lead from over my victorian bay window. i need a temporary cover fixed to keep the rain out until i can get a proper repair. are you the property owner: owner of the propert...

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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 Leeds is:

£2,110

Roofer job Roofer cost in 2022
Tile or slate roofing in Leeds £3,875-£8,350
Flat roof in Leeds £1,175-£3,775
Commercial roofing in Leeds £1,925-£5,375
Flat roof repair in Leeds £617-£1,500
Gutter cleaning in Leeds £75-£115
Tile roof repairs in Leeds £219-£518
Chimney sweeping in Leeds £88-£1,558
Roof cleaning in Leeds £790-£3,110

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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.

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.
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 a new flat roof?

How Much Is A New Flat Roof

What is a home without a roof to keep out the elements? Being the first line of defence against intense sun, rain, wind and more, implies they require enough care and attention to keep them in a top condition. Therefore, whether you need a new flat roof or just to replace some tiles, you’d be interested in knowing how much it would cost you to get a new roof before you start making the necessary plans. Here, we’ll give you an idea on the cost of a new flat roof and how you can estimate yours based on your unique requirements.

The size of your roof as well as the material to be used are the two main determinants of any flat roof project’s cost. For instance, a four bedroom detached home’s slate roof will be more expensive than a felted flat roof for a small or standard garage. Generally, in the UK, the average cost for replacing a flat roof will range between £5000 to £6000. However, if you’re on a tight budget and looking for the cheapest possible option, you’ll get a felt flat roof only on a garage at about £1000 to £1500. Meanwhile if you want to replace the entire slate tiles of a large family home, the cost can jump up to a range of £11000 to £13000.

Other factors that plays a key role in the determination of a new flat roof’s cost includes the location, labour as well as materials. For instance, a new flat roof price is likely to be higher in London and the south east than the other regions of the country. Also, labour may cost you around £150 to £250 per worker on a daily basis.

How to repair a fibreglass flat roof?

Fibreglass, or GRP, flat roofs are very durable and should last you years, but over time they can become brittle and you might see some cracks or holes forming. Luckily, you can repair a fibreglass flat roof and it doesn’t have to be too difficult. Cracks in a fibreglass flat roof If you notice long cracks in your fibreglass roof, you can often use a fibreglass crack sealant. Simply clean the area, squeeze the sealant into the crack, then smooth it off. If you want it to look neater, you could coat the entire roof with a restorative coating which will make it look new again. Hole in a fibreglass roof If you notice a hole in your fibreglass flat roof, you’ll want to get this repaired as soon as possible to avoid any rainwater getting into your home. There are lots of fibreglass roof hole repair kits on the market, both online and in DIY stores, so you shouldn’t have trouble picking one up. They usually contain a mouldable UV cured patch that you can stick onto the hole. It will harden and become instantly weatherproof, so is the perfect emergency repair solution. Fixing pin holes in a fibreglass flat roof Unfortunately, if you find pin holes in a fibreglass flat roof it’s often because the installer didn’t use enough resin during the fibreglassing process. Luckily, if you can’t get back in touch with the installer or you only notice after a few years, you can fix this yourself. Sand down the roof back to the clear resin layer. Clean the entire roof with acetone and reapply some GRP roofing resin. Ensure that all the pinholes are filled – you might need two coats.

how to replace flat roof fascia?

How To Replace Flat Roof Fascia

Whatever makes you decide to install your flat roof fascia by yourself and not a professional company, then you must have a clear idea of what to do and do it appropriately. If you lack proper training and experience, we’d recommend you employ a reliable professional to help with the task for the best results and save you some time and money. This step-by-step guide will give a clear insight on how to go about the replacement of your flat roof fascia.

The tools to be incorporated includes the fascia boards, table saw, plane, crimper, clamps, power nailer, compound saw and chalkline.

• Prepare and get all the necessary tools to complete the task before commencing as this would save you time from stopping and going back and forth looking for the next tool needed,

• Install the sheathing and board.

• Fix white fascias with at least 600mm centres ( a foiled fascia needs just 40mm centre) using a marine grade stainless steel plastic headed nails.

• Make a space of up to 10mm between the joints for possible building expansion, using super glue to secure the joints to just a side of the fascia.

• Place this directly on the fascia board’s top (if you’ll be installing ventilation) to create an air pathway.

• Take note that the type of roof to be installed will determine how you’ll have to install the fascia board. For instance, a hip roof permits you to attach the fascia board onto the roof in a quick fashion, whereas a gabled roof may need you to make markings on the board to achieve the right fit.

• Consider the depth of the fascia board as it also play a huge role in the installation of the fascia board. For instance, there’ll be additional weights on tiled roofs that will push up against the board. Therefore, if you do not get the appropriate amount of depth, it could eventually collapse.

Should I clean my chimney myself?

In the UK, fireplaces are a very common addition to homes and property and reasonably so. Not only do they represent a great source of heat, but they’re also quite timeless in their beauty, thereby adding more value to your property. Now every fireplace possesses some sort of chimney, asides from the ones that are ventless. And while you might not be aware, every chimney poses a number of dangers which includes being a fire hazard and can also lead to carbon monoxide poisoning as a result of improper or lack maintenance.

Since your chimney will be clogged up over time with all sorts of soot and often cleaned from the top of the roof, cleaning of a chimney comes with a huge amount of risk. As a result, you run the risk of falling off if you decide to clean one by yourself. And even if you’re the type that’s comfortable being on high level places, you should know cleaning a chimney is not the most pleasant of jobs. It can be quite messy as accumulated creosote and soot can drop into your home causing a cloud which covers both the floor, furniture and any other thing you have in the room. Furthermore, chimney cleaning requires specialized skills and knowledge which professionals have acquired after several practices. For instance, missing out on a spot can result in an unchecked chimney fire or a masonry crack.

 

The simple answer to this question is, therefore, a big NO - you should leave the cleaning to the professionals.  Professionals are not just limited to chimney cleaning; they’re trained to identify any structural issues while also being able to carry out a close analysis of the chimney. They’ll fix minor issues on site and give you a peace mind for any future wood burning activities.

how much to replace a flat roof?

How Much To Replace A Flat Roof

There’s no straight answer to this question. However, the average cost lies within the range of £1000 to £5000. This range may look too wide but the price is greatly influenced by a number of factors which is capable of making the price increase or decrease. Some of the factors affecting the cost of flat roof coverings and replacement include: the type of flat roofing system and materials you want, the area size of the flat roof in M2, the project’s location, the roofing company to be used, the ease at which to reach the roof, cost of removing the old flat roof as well as cost of removing the other waste.

Although there are many factors to be put into consideration but the most crucial factor is the size of the house or the area size of the flat roof in M2. for instance, a one bedroom apartment’s flat roof will have a price between £1500 to £3000. This is, however, with the assumption that the flat roof is going to be used as the main roof of the house. But if you’re only using it for a section of the house like your garage, the price could range between £700 to £1000

There four commonly used types of flat roof materials which includes fibreglass, felt, rubber and lead. If you need a felt roof, for example, the price is between £40 to £70 per m2. And in the same tone, a metal roof will generally cost more than a a flat roof made from rubber.

Another important factor we’ll discuss is the labour or the roofing company to be used. Different roofing companies will charge different prices. As a result, you should carefully compare the prices of the companies in order to get a great deal.

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