Should I Have the Roof Inspected Before Buying a House?

Should I Have the Roof Inspected Before Buying a House?

For most people, buying a house is likely to be one of the most expensive purchases they ever make. As with any investment, it’s important to make sure that the asset you’re acquiring is not going to depreciate in value after the sale. That’s why…


Roofer's Guide to Wind Speeds

A Roofer’s Guide to Wind Speeds

It’s not just rain that your roof has to put up with. Wind is an ever-present type of weather than can wreak havoc on roofs that are already worse for wear. In this post, we’ll take a closer look at how wind speeds vary and what it means for your…


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Leaking Roof: 5 Steps to Take

Although roofs should keep elements out, even quality seals can wear thin over time. A leaking roof is more than an inconvenience. If left unaddressed, roof leaks can damage your wall and floor coverings, ceiling and belongings. Not to mention that…


How to Prepare Your Roof for a Storm

How to Prepare Your Roof for a Storm

2022 seems to be the year of stormy weather, as the UK was battered by three major storms in quick succession throughout February. Storm Dudley, Eunice and Franklin did major wind damage to commercial buildings and private properties, and demand…


What is the Best Material for a Flat Roof?

What is the Best Material for a Flat Roof?

Flat roofs are a common feature on residential and commercial properties up and down the UK. They cover everything from garages and extensions to entire buildings. But despite sharing the low slope that gives them their name, flat roofs aren’t all…


How to Spread the Cost of Your Roof in 2022

How to Spread the Cost of Your Roof in 2022

2021 has been difficult for everyone – for various reasons. If your roof has been one of them, you’re probably sick and tired of it adding to your worries. After all, lockdown will have been even worse if you’ve got water coming into your home.…


What is the Correct Slope for Gutters?

What is the Correct Slope for Gutters?

When you look up at your gutters, it’s easy to think they’re completely level. However, they do need a slight slope to guide rainwater in the right direction. Read on as we take a closer look. Correct slope for gutters The slope on your guttering…


Furlough is Ending: Make Sure Your Roof is Prepared

Furlough is Ending: Make Sure Your Roof is Prepared

The furlough scheme was a cornerstone of the government’s pandemic support for businesses and employees. Those who couldn’t work from home, but were otherwise redundant, could be put on temporary paid leave, which was covered or heavily subsidised…


How Many Roofers Have Cherry Pickers?

How Many Roofers Have Cherry Pickers?

When you want someone to inspect or repair your roof, you might suspect that a cherry picker would help them get the job done quicker, easier and safer. In some cases, that’s true. But whether or not it’s possible is another question entirely. In…


Are New Roofs Guaranteed?

Are New Roofs Guaranteed?

There’s nothing better than the peace of mind that comes with a new roof. No more leaks, a flawless finish for the top of your property, and no more repairs for the foreseeable future. Guarantees take that peace of mind to the next level,…