We Offer Homeowners The Following Roofing Services in Brockley
In addition to conducting property maintenance, decorating, painting home extensions and loft conversions in conjunction with our partners, we provide an all round roofing package to Brockley residents.
Flat Roofing, Velux Windows, Soffits and Fascia, Home Extensions, New Roofing, Liquid Roofs, Tiling, Guttering, Pitch Roofing, Slating, Loft Conversions, Lead Work and Roof Repair, make up the list of services we focus on.
Brockley Slating Services
To ensure that all our roofing technicians continue to have all the necessary skills and knowledge required to work on a variety of modern and traditional roofing materials, especially with the changes in materials and approaches over time, we have have adequately invested heavily in training. Our roofing professionals use concrete tiles, clay tiles, fibrous cement slate and natural slate from every corner of the globe to conduct re-roofing jobs, having been extensively trained in all aspects of tiling and slating.
Flat Roofing Services
From liquid applied to traditional felt roofs, we offer Brockley homeowners a wide variety of flat roofing choices.
Felt Roof Systems for Brockley Property owners
To enhance their flexibility and longevity, Proteus Pro-Felt, which is a variety of bituminous felt products known for their exceptional performance, come with a highly elevated SBS content. Pro-Felt products are built to offer exceptional functionality at elevated altitudes in extreme temperatures, having been produced by Switzerland’s leading manufacturer in the field of felt roofing technology.
From a one layer overlay, to a 4-layer system that is fully insulated, we offer the complete selection of Proteus felt roofing systems.
Lead Work in Brockley
The conventional covering for tapered and box gutters as well as flat roofs is lead. From full lead roofs, to soakers and flashings, we conduct all forms of lead roofing work. We have experience working on large lead roofing systems over time.
Bargeboards, Soffit, Cladding And Fascia
Whether you are in need of minimal repairs or a complete overhaul, we provide a comprehensive soffit and fascia service. Our replacement fascia, bargeboards, cladding, and soffit come in both PVCu and timber. We have dealt with uPVC products from the mid 802. In fact, our team has completed hundreds of such jobs during this period. Save for a wash down every couple of years, these are maintenance free. To ensure that they go together with your building, we provide a variety of colors and profiles.
Dormer & Loft Conversions
Flat roof dormers are a great way to maximise the loft space in your home. Extending the dormer closer to the eaves will maximise the headroom and useable space in your home. We also perform Pitched Dormer Loft Conversions & Hip to Gable Loft Conversions
Velux Loft Conversions
This is the most cost-effective method of turning a loft space into a room filled with natural light in your Brockley home. Velux loft conversions will maximise natural light into the room and create a distinctive feature. Velux has a wide variety of windows available – starting from small windows to light up a dark stairwell to Cabrio Systems that fold out to give a stunning balcony area.
Maintaining your roof regularly is definitely not fun but it is necessary. It’s all too easy to procrastinate these laborious chores. But, roof maintenance is something that must never be postponed. Your roof gives your home the best protection against the elements, so you have to do all you can to ensure your roof is in sound condition. This article can show you the way.
Sometimes shingles leak, but the foundation can leak too. Dry rot in siding can lead to leaks. Go over each and every potential entry point, especially rotting wood, to make sure the issue has been resolved completely.
Fix any and all leaks on the first try. If you find one leak, it’s likely that others exist as well. It is important that you determine the entire extent of the problem before beginning repairs.
If you have already called a roofing contractor, but he is not scheduled to visit for a few days, you should try to provide yourself with a temporary fix for your leaking roof. You can nail heavy plastic to damaged areas. This isn’t the best way to manage leaks, but it can help you out in a pinch.
Unless you are required to, do not pay up front. Offer a quarter of the total cost before they start work; avoid paying more. But paying the whole amount up front can cause the roofer to do less than they agreed to, or poor work.
Once you have narrowed down your list of potential contractors, ask them what kind of warranties are available. The warranty should last at least three years. The longer it lasts, the better. The warranty needs to cover defective materials and poor installation. You should receive a copy of the manufacturer’s warranty too.
Make sure a roofing contractor has current, valid certifications. Roofers should be licensed. They need full liability insurance, along with a current worker’s compensation certificate.
Don’t install new shingles until you’ve gone over your roofing materials. Lots of leaks occur from improper materials, such as nails that are the wrong length or cracked shingles. The shingles should be strong and crack free, and the nails should be sturdy.
Ask roofing companies for references. A company that performs well and is honest should have no problem coming up with multiple references. If you get a contractor who balks on giving reference, run, don’t walk, in another direction. This might be a sign that the contractor isn’t a true professional.
It can sometimes be difficult to locate a leak in your roof. It’s only a matter of time before you find it through the process of elimination and using a water hose may help in combination with a buddy-system. If it’s a big house, use cell phones to communicate so that water isn’t flowing into the house unnecessarily as you test different areas to find the leak.
As discussed earlier, keeping your roof in good shape can be a lot of work. However, it is imperative to the safety and reliability of your home. Use what you have read as you tackle any roofing issues that are thrown your way. Your efforts will be well worth it in the end.