Roof Leaks

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Roof Leaks2011-06-11T12:49:19+00:00

Roof Leak ??  – We’re your local expert roofing firm

It’s possible that you will not need a new complete roof if you discover a problem or experience a leak in your house roof. Possibly a simple and relatively cheap repair to your roof will be all that is required, our roofing experts will come and advise you about the options you have.

Is your house or office roof suffering from one or more of these common roof problems?

  • Missing or slipped or broken tiles?
  • Slate roof needing repair?
  • Leaking chimney flashings?
  • Leaking lead valleys?
  • Dislodged and Loose ridge and hip tiles?
  • Torn, ripped or missing felt / roof linings?


We have found that the following factors can contribute to the need for expensive repairs to your house or property.

Lack of Maintenance –  Basic neglect or failure to detect and fix minor problems at the first sign of leaks or problems is one of the main reasons resulting in the need for more extensive roof repairs.

It’s natural that roofing materials deteriorate from exposure to the weather over time but the rate that they deteriorate is determined by the kind of material and the conditions of exposure that they experience. We regularly replace tiles that are over 100 years old, proving that if you fit a good roof then it will last a lifetime

Cost of a new roof – Great value plus top craftsmanship and polite service

Improper Design — Roofing problems are sometimes caused by the incorrect initial design of the roofing system. Design mistakes early on are financially costly to remedy and normally can only be corrected during a complete roof replacement.

Flashing Failures — Flashings provide watertight joins between roofing materials and roof projections, for example between your roof tiles and your chimney.  They can also be used between different roof sections. Flashings are the most vulnerable part of your roof.  But the good news is that they are easily replaced if they show signs of ageing or begin to let in water.   Their importance to the health of the roofing system cannot be underestimated, as the roof is only as strong as its weakest part.