Roofing Enquiries

Roof Hip Irons

Hip Iron

Replacement Hip Irons Lancashire

Hip tiles are fixed at the edges of 2 pitched roof faces and could fall to the ground if it wasn't for a metal bracket keeping them; these brackets eventually loosen needing replacement

Chimney Repairs

Building Restoration

Building Restoration

Listed Buildings & Conservation

Repairs to a conservation area building could require Approval if renovations do not match the existing structure, roof or colour

Chimney Repairs

Architectural Salvage

Architectural Reclamation

Reclaimed Roof Tiles Lancashire

Reclaimed roofing products are ideal when replacing damaged tiles so that new tiles don't stand out

Architectural Reclamation

Roof Repairs: Lancashire

Roof Repairs to fit slipped clay tiles or slate damaged by wind and stormy weather causing leaks

Roof Stripping and Replacement: Lancashire

Roof salvage in Lancashire to save on roofing costs; Rather than fit a new roof, the old roof covering can be removed to allow the roof shell to be updated with a new weather proof roofing felt and battens before fitting the best of the old tiles and replacing any damaged roof tiles

Lancashire Cladding, Soffits and Fascia

Replace wooden soffits, bargeboards and fascias with white uPVC systems to avoid regular painting and maintenance

New Guttering Lancashire

Repairs to loose or damaged guttering & drainpipes in Lancashire for efficient rainwater removal

Slipped Roof Tiles Replaced Lancashire

Slipped, cracked or missing roof tiles replaced in the Lancashire area to help stop rain leaks

Flat Roof Repairs: Lancashire

Houses in Lancashire with flat roofs may need the felt patched or repaired to stop leaks caused by cracking or stone damage

Lancashire Roofing: Lead Flashing

Lead flashing around chimneys and roof joints sometimes cracks or works loose and needs to be repaired or replaced

Lancashire: Roof Repairs (Ridge Tiles)

Loose ridge tiles rebedded using fresh mortar as part of the general roof maintenance in the Lancashire area to help keep your roof weather tight

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