Do Roofers Need to Come Inside?

Do Roofers Need to Come Inside?

Do Roofers Need to Come Inside?

When you’re having work done on your property, it’s only natural you want to know what to expect. When it comes to roofing, one of the most frequently asked questions in that respect is whether or not roofers need to come inside your home.

Read on as we discuss why it matters and some of the different reasons roofers might need access to your home.

Concerns about roofers coming inside

It’s always nice to know when people will be coming inside your home. When that’s a friend or relative, it means you can have a quick tidy up to make sure everything is looking presentable. But when it’s a roofer, there’s usually a bit more a stake.

Above all else, you want to know whether they’ll need access to your home to complete their work. You wouldn’t want to have your roof repairs put on hold because roofers can’t get inside. If you know a roofer needs to come inside, you can make sure someone suitable is in to provide access.

Another issue for some customers is whether roofers will make a mess inside their home. The best advice here is to choose a roofing company that’s established and trusted in your local area. The best roofers will always treat their customers’ homes like their own and clear up any mess.

Finally, there’s the small matter of a global pandemic. While tradesmen are generally allowed inside your home, even during lockdowns, many people are still cautious of having them inside for their own safety and that of their friends and family.

So, do roofers need to come inside?

Whether or not a roofer needs to come inside depends on what exactly is wrong with your roof and what kind of work is required.

If water is leaking into your property, for example, it may help a roofer to access your roof space and see where it is coming in – in order to recommend the right, long-lasting repairs.

However, in the majority of cases, roofers can complete their work without entering your home. Once the inspection is complete and the problem has been identified, there’s generally no need to come inside your property.

Knowing what to expect

As mentioned above, there are a few scenarios where roofers might need to come inside your home. There are also times when access to your drive or the back of your property is required for materials or scaffolding, for instance.

Whatever the case, a good roofer will let you know what to expect when work is being completed on your roof. The team at DPR Roofing will always work around our customers’ schedules if we need you around or need access to any part of your property.

We’re also committed to providing our services with strict COVID-safe procedures. That includes not entering homes whenever the Government outlines that it’s unsafe, and maintaining a safe distance at all times.

If you would like to arrange an inspection for your roof, don’t hesitate to contact us on 01924 255 677 or email [email protected].


Help – I Can’t Afford the New Roof I Need!

Help – I Can’t Afford the New Roof I Need!

Help – I Can’t Afford the New Roof I Need!

As the umbrella which protects your home from rain, sleet and snow, repairing or replacing a faulty one is a major priority. But what happens if you can’t afford such an expensive job? In this post, we’ll discuss the best steps to take when roof repairs or replacements are unaffordable.

Nipping the issue in the bud

If your roof springs a leak but you’re short on cash, it’s tempting to put off repairs until a later date when your finances are looking healthier. However, doing so is invariably a recipe for disaster, since what started out as a minor niggle can soon turn into a major issue. If left to its own devices, a leaky roof can cause far more expensive problems further down the line, with water damage and electrical accidents chief among the potential pitfalls on the horizon.

With that in mind, it’s important to nip the issue in the bud and address a leaking roof sooner rather than later. The first step in doing so is understanding the size of the problem facing you. Whether it’s damage to the slates or tiles, buckling beams, algal growth or a dilapidated chimney stack, the costs involved might vary significantly based upon the exact nature of the leakage. Contacting a new roofing specialist to obtain a quote will give you a good idea of how much money you need to raise and stand you in good stead when it comes to sourcing the necessary funds.

Nowhere to turn?

Regardless of the property size, location or exact issues, a roof replacement is likely to cost a pretty penny. If you have a mortgage to contend with (and umpteen other expenses on top of that), you may well find yourself in the sticky situation of not being able to afford the repairs. Things get even worse if your insurance doesn’t cover the costs, you aren’t able to ask friends or family to loan you the funds and your credit rating isn’t good enough to secure a loan from a bank or building society.

What should you do in that scenario? Your first port of call should be to exhaust all avenues. That means investigating lines of credit from all official sources, looking into the possibility of government support and contacting personal acquaintances to see if they can lend a helping hand.

You should also go through your lease and your insurance agreements with a fine-tooth comb to see if anyone else is liable for some or all of the costs. If none of those possibilities bears any fruit, don’t despair, since DPR Roofing are here to help.

Fast and affordable roof financing

If you can’t (or don’t want to) access financial help from the means mentioned above, there is a solution at hand. DPR Roofing in Wakefield are now able to offer our customers fast and affordable financing plans to ensure that your roof is fixed in a timely and professional manner. We consider all circumstances on a case-by-case basis and deliver a decision within 24 hours of your application, while our 24/7 call-out team can conduct emergency repairs where necessary.

With funding of up to £10,000 available, we can help you afford the roof you need at the time you need it. Avoid the inconvenience of a single lump-sum payment with our monthly repayment scheme, while the low deposits we accept means that you can get the ball rolling on your roof replacement without having to wait.

Spring Cleaning – 4 Checks for the Outside of Your Home

Spring Cleaning – 4 Checks for the Outside of Your Home

Spring Cleaning – 4 Checks for the Outside of Your Home

As the days start to brighten up, it’s only natural that you want your home to be in tip top condition. Cue the arrival of spring cleaning, where most of us clear up and clear out after a winter spent mostly indoors. But it doesn’t just mean dusting off table-tops and giving the carpets a deep clean.

There are several parts of your home’s exterior which contribute just as much – if not more – to how clean and well-kept it looks. Even more importantly, these exterior features can also impact how your home functions in the long run. Read on as we list four spring cleaning checks for the outside of your home.

1.   Pointing

Pointing refers to the mortar used between bricks on the outside of your home. While good pointing might go unnoticed, it can be a real eyesore when it wears down. If pointing isn’t flush to the brickwork, or it’s crumbling or coming away, your house may need repointing.

Aside from the visual implications, keeping your pointing in a good condition can stop water getting into your home through the walls.

2.   Roof

As the umbrella to your home, your roof can make or break the overall impression people get. Even the most beautiful home won’t look the part with a shabby, old roof. Check for cracks, missing tiles, discolouration and moss.

As well as contributing to your home’s appearance, a clean and well-functioning roof will make sure there are no leaks, which can be both unsightly and damaging on the inside of your home. If you spot any problems, they may well be impacting your roof’s function as well as its form, so be sure to contact a local roofer to get them seen to.

3.   Paving

Okay, this one is purely aesthetic. The flags, brick or block paving on your home’s drive or patio can easily become discoloured over time. Because it happens gradually, you might not even notice. But everyone else will.

Cleaning them with a pressure washer can instantly give them a new lease of life, providing a fresh look at the front or back of your home.

4.   Gutters

Gutters are another part of your home’s exterior which can become dirty and messy over time. Leaves and other debris will find their way onto your roof and into your gutters. Once the rain falls, this debris becomes wet and heavy, sitting in your gutters until something’s done about it.

In the worst-case scenarios, gutters become visibly messy, not to mention the leaks and blockages which can be caused by build-ups. The solution is simply to stay on top of it with professional gutter clearance every year. Following the fall of the leaves in autumn and the wet weather of winter, there’s no better time than spring to make sure your gutters are clean and clear.

Maintaining your property this spring

While cleaning and tidying are easy tasks for any spring cleaner, most jobs on the outside of your home are best left to the professionals. If you’d like any assistance with roof repairs or guttering in Wakefield, DPR Roofing are just a phone call away.

Give us a ring on 01924 255 677 to find out more about our services or arrange a quote.

3 Ways Mother Nature Can Impact Your Roof

3 Ways Mother Nature Can Impact Your Roof

3 Ways Mother Nature Can Impact Your Roof

As any property owner will know, your roof is in place to protect your building from the elements. While its main purpose is to keep rain and wind out, it also stops wildlife and debris getting into your home or commercial property.

All that said, roofs that aren’t in a good condition can be susceptible to damage. Even worse, this damage can come from the very things they’re meant to keep out. Read on as we discuss three ways mother nature can impact your roof.

1.   Weather

Weather is of course the most common culprit for damaging your roof. If rain penetrates your roof’s covering, it can cause damage to the timbers – not to mention the rest of the building. Similarly, wind can be problematic if it gets under any loose tiles or flashing, causing them to pull further away from the roof – or even blow off.

What’s important to note here is that, by and large, weather is not a threat to a well installed roof. Roofs that are properly secured and watertight will have no issues holding up against the wind and keeping out the rain.

2.   Wildlife

Another potential issue for your roof is the nesting of various forms of wildlife. Birds, rats, bats and squirrels have all been known to enter roof spaces or chimneys, where they can create nests and potentially breed.

It’s safe to say nobody wants a rat or squirrel infestation in their home, and fortunately these two culprits can be dealt with by pest control. On the other hand, bats and birds both have legal protection, meaning it’s against the law to remove, damage or disturb their nests.

The good news is that the protected wildlife – birds and bats – don’t tend to cause damage to your home. While rats and squired can gnaw at wood and wires, birds and bats will simply exploit existing damage to enter your roof or create a nest.

In all cases, however, the best course of action is to make sure your roof is in a good condition before any wildlife can enter. If you’re concerned about wildlife using your roof or roof space, an annual inspection will identify any problem areas and keep your building protected.

3.   Trees

The main threat posed by trees to your roof is simply that their leaves fall off year upon year. Those leaves often make their way onto your roof and eventually into your gutters, which has the potential to cause further problems.

Gutters can become blocked by leaves or even crack under the pressure if leaves build up and become heavy when they hold rainwater. Thankfully, there is a simple remedy. Having your gutters professionally cleared and cleaned once a year will minimise the risk of any damage to your roof or guttering.

Aside from leaves, trees can also damage your roof when large branches fall off them – or even in the rare instance that the tree itself falls over. A good roofer will be able to spot the signs of this happening well before it occurs, allowing you to take steps to remove branches or have the tree felled.

Keep your roof protected

If you want to make sure your roof is protected from the various threats posed by mother nature, prevention is always better than the cure. With a well-maintained roof, you won’t need to worry about autumnal leaves, birds nesting or the ever-changing British weather.

DPR Roofing offers expert roof inspections, repairs and replacements throughout Wakefield, so you can always rest assured your roof is taken care of. To arrange an inspection, simply call us on 01924 255 677 or email [email protected].

What to Do When You’re Waiting for a Roofer

What to Do When You’re Waiting for a Roofer

What to Do When You’re Waiting for a Roofer

There’s nothing worse than putting up with a leaky roof. While contacting a trusted roofer is always the best option, they can’t always fit in your roof repairs immediately. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the steps you can take in the meantime to minimise damage to your roof.

How long will I need to wait?

Good roofers are usually busy throughout the year. As a result, you might have to wait for them to fit in the repairs or replacement for your roof. But how long should you be waiting? It’s reasonable for roofers to have a waiting list from a few days up to 3-4 weeks.

Naturally, this depends on a number of factors. Roofers are busiest in winter when rainfall is heavier – causing more leaks and leaving less days to safely work at height. Waiting time can also be increased for bigger jobs, with replacements taking upwards of 2 days, compared to repairs which can be done in a matter of hours.

Whatever the case, it’s best to get written confirmation about when work will take place. Otherwise, some less reputable roofers could string you along and take on other jobs. Above all else, remember that it’s better to wait for a good roofer than simply go with whoever is available.

1. Minimising water damage

If your roof is scheduled in for repairs or a replacement, it means you could have a few days or weeks where water is still getting in. It’s important that you take a few steps to stop that water causing more damage to your property.

Invest in some buckets to place underneath any leaks and put down plenty of old towels around the affected areas. Be sure to check on the buckets and towels at least once a day to empty out rainwater and replace or wring out towels that are damp.

2. Speak to your roofer

While roofers can’t always fit in the full job immediately, they might be able to pop by and patch things up for the time being. That’s especially true for local roofers, who won’t need to go too far out of their way to stop by at your property.

Alternatively, they could offer some advice on how you can minimise damage. Either way, there’s no harm in mentioning this when you’re getting a quote.

3. Don’t try to repair it yourself

We’ve covered the “do”s when waiting for roof repairs. Now for the big “don’t”. Don’t try to repair your roof yourself.

Tampering with your roof tiles, timbers or other features will likely cause more damage than its worth. On top of that, any attempt to get on your roof for a closer look will put your safety at risk – as well as risking more damage to your property.

Taking a proactive approach

Hindsight is a wonderful thing when your roof is leaking. While you can’t undo the damage to your roof, you can avoid the tricky situation repeating itself in future. The best solution is to take a proactive approach to roofing with regular inspections from a trusted roofing company.

Having your roof inspected annually will identify any issues before they develop into serious leaks – or at the very least ensure you’re booked in with your roofer nice and early. That means no more days and weeks emptying buckets and wringing out towels.

At DPR Roofing, we provide dependable roof inspections, repairs and replacements throughout Wakefield. To book in your inspection or arrange a quote, simply call us on 01924 255 677.

Is My Roof Letting the Cold in?

Is My Roof Letting the Cold in?

Is My Roof Letting the Cold in?

When the temperatures drop from October onwards, it becomes inevitable that you switch on the heating to keep your home comfortable. Some homes will warm up nicely and stay warm. Others simply won’t.

This isn’t something you should put up with – and, yes, your roof could be to blame.

Heat out, cold in

There are several components that affect how heat is kept inside a building. Broadly speaking, they are the walls (including doors and windows), the floor and the roof. Because they are less substantial than the others, doors and windows are often the first port of call for escaping heat.

You can usually tell when your doors and windows are letting heat escape because it will be noticeably draughty and colder around them. Older wooden doors and single-glazed windows are particularly susceptible.

If this isn’t the case, and your home is still proving difficult to heat, the roof could be the culprit. We all know that heat rises. If that heat is being kept inside a building quite well, then it will indeed rise up to the roof. If there’s no insulation stopping it from passing through, the heat will easily get out of your home, which is what’s often seen as letting the cold in.

How to fix it

If your roof is letting warm air out and cold air in, it’s well worth investing in something to stop it happening. The solution is loft and/or roof insulation.

Loft insulation

Loft insulation generally refers to insulative material like mineral wool, which is laid over and between the joists in your loft. It stops heat rising into the loft space before it has a chance to escape through the roof. For that reason, it’s also known as cold roof insulation,.

This kind of loft insulation may not be practical for some homes, where the loft is being used for storage or as a living space. That’s because the recommended 270mm of insulation may not allow boards to be laid on top – and laying boards which squash the mineral wool will impair its insulative qualities.

Roof insulation

If the above applies to your home, roof insulation can be used as an alternative – or simply to bolster the insulation for your roof space. Roof insulation is applied to the underside of your roof, and comes in various forms such as mineral wool held in place with wooden battens, polystyrene panels or expanded polystyrene boards.

When installing roof insulation, it’s important that some form of ventilation is kept in place below the roof tiles to avoid moisture build up.

Check your roof first

If you’re adding insulation to your roof, it’s essential that the roof itself is in good working order beforehand. A leaky roof will damage the insulation, leaving you back at square one. Your insulation might also mask issues with your roof, which would leave more time for the water to get in unnoticed.

DPR Roofing can provide a thorough roof inspection to make sure your roof is insulation ready, and advise you on the best course of action. To find out more, contact our Wakefield team on 01924 255 677.

Will I Have to Wait to Get My Roof Fixed?

Will I Have to Wait to Get My Roof Fixed?

Will I Have to Wait to Get My Roof Fixed?

There’s not many bad home feelings that beat a leaking roof. That feeling of anxiety every time the rain starts to fall, knowing that some of it will make its way into your property. That’s why you’ll want your roof to be fixed promptly.

Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. In this post, we’ll discuss how long you could have to wait to get your roof fixed.

Responding to a leaky roof

As well as the anxiety it causes, it’s important to get a leaking roof fixed as soon as possible to avoid any further damage.

Once water penetrates your roof, it can get to the supporting timber, causing decay and rot. It can also leak through your ceiling, damaging the plaster and decoration. At its worst, it can even get into your property’s electrics which poses a serious threat to your safety.

First and foremost, this means you should always get a roofer in as soon as you can to inspect the damage and provide a quote for repairs. The more quotes you can get the better, as some roofers will only patch things up rather than repairing the root cause.

The waiting list

Good roofers are in high demand. That means they might not be able to repair your roof straight away. So, how long will you have to wait? In short, it depends on the size of the job. Bigger jobs require roofing companies to set aside more of their time, which increases the chance it will clash with a job they’ve already taken on.

Small repairs

For small repairs, like replacing a few roof tiles, you can expect to wait a few days. This is where a local roofer can be a huge advantage, as they might simply be able to pop over after completing another job nearby.

Big repairs or renewals

On the other hand, bigger repairs and renewals can have a waiting time of up to six weeks. As well as finding the time to fit the job in, roofers will need to arrange scaffolding, book skips and get the materials for the job.

Be proactive with your roof

A longer waiting time will be more likely in winter, when roofers are even busier than usual. Unfortunately, this is the worst time to be waiting for roof repairs, with the heaviest and most frequent rainfall from November to February.

The good news is that you don’t have to be constantly waiting around for repairs. By booking in an annual inspection, ideally before winter, you can make sure your roof is in a good condition in time for the bad weather.

Arrange your inspection or repairs

Whether you want to be proactive with an inspection or reactive with repairs, the team at DPR Roofing is here to help throughout Wakefield. Our local team can be with you in next to no time to identify the problem and recommend the best course of action.

We’ll then do our utmost to fit your repairs in as soon as possible, at a time that suits you. To find out more, call us on 01924 255677 or email [email protected].

Looking After Your Roof in Autumn

Looking After Your Roof in Autumn

Looking After Your Roof in Autumn

For some, autumn is the most beautiful time of the year. For others, it’s simply the months leading up to Christmas. Whatever the case, it’s an important time for your roof. Autumn marks the end of summer, which means a change in the weather – not to mention all the leaves coming off the trees.

In this post, we’ll discuss the challenges autumnal weather poses for your roof, looking at 3 ways you can look after your roof in autumn.

1.   Gutter clearance

Ask most people about autumn and it won’t belong before someone mentions the falling leaves. In contrast to spring, which is the season of new life, autumn is a time when trees start hibernating and let their leaves fall to the floor.

Unfortunately, the floor isn’t the only place they fall. Any buildings with trees around them will likely end up with leaves on their roofs and in their gutters. Leaves can also be blown onto roofs from further afield, so there aren’t many roofs that are exempt.

While leaves might look nice in their various colours, they can be a serious issue for your gutters, especially when they get wet. If your gutters get clogged up with leaves, they will overflow and this could lead to water ingress. The leaves will also add unnecessary pressure to your gutters.

To keep your property protected, you’ll want your gutters to be clear in autumn. With gutters on the perimeter of your roof, this isn’t a job to be doing yourself. Instead, find a local gutter clearance service that will do the job safely and efficiently.

2.   Check for leaks

It’s easy to assume your roof is in tip-top condition throughout spring and summer. Lower levels of rainfall mean that smaller issues might not rear their heads from April to August. But that doesn’t mean they’re not there.

When autumn comes around, rainfall typically increases. This makes it the ideal time to check for the first sign of any leaks. Take a look around your ceilings and the top of your walls for any damp spots or discolouration.

If possible, go into your loft and inspect the roof space from inside, looking again for drips or water ingress. You can also do a daylight test, by heading up to your roof during the day and keeping the lights off. If you spot any light coming through, it usually means there’s a break in your roof’s covering.

Have a look at your roof from outside your house at ground level too. If there are any missing tiles, or if anything looks out of place, you’ll want to get it sorted sooner rather than later.

3.   Book an inspection

While a DIY check from the ground and inside can spot any obvious issues, the best way to protect your roof in autumn and beyond is by getting a professional inspection. An experienced roofer will be able to safely check every aspect of your roof and flag any problems – or potential problems that could develop in the future.

They can recommend the best course of action to put things right and get the repairs sorted once you’re happy with the quote. By doing this in autumn, you’ll avoid the winter rush and make sure your roof is prepared for the wintry conditions.

Autumn inspections and repairs

If you want to make sure your roof is at its best this autumn – and ready for winter – don’t hesitate to contact DPR Roofing. Our team of roofing experts in Wakefield have over 30 years’ experience in repairs, replacements and gutter clearance.

Give us a call on 01924 255 677 to arrange an inspection or discuss the problems you’re having with your roof this autumn.

Can My Roof Slate Be Reused?

Can My Roof Slate Be Reused?

Can My Roof Slate Be Reused?

Slate is the most high-end roofing material available, with Welsh slate in particular renowned for its quality, natural beauty and longevity. That’s why those lucky enough to have slate roofs will no doubt be wondering whether the slate itself can be reused.

In this post, we’ll discuss the ins and outs of reusing slate.

How long does slate last?

Slate comes from quarries where it has existed for millions of years, so it’s fair to say it won’t be going anywhere soon. As the most hard-wearing roofing material, slate can last upwards of 100 years on your roof with the right maintenance.

That said, there are a variety of other issues that may develop on your roof in that time. The nails holding your slate tiles in place can wear away as the slate outlives them. Alternatively, there could be a structural problem with your roof where the battens or rafters need replacing.

Can I keep my slate?

If you’re getting your roof replaced because of a problem with the structure or other materials wearing away, there’s no reason you can’t keep your slate. This obviously depends on the condition of the slate itself. Some tiles may have cracked which will need replacing.

Whether or not you should keep your slate depends on how much of it can be reused. If the majority of your slate tiles need replacing, it might be better to simply replace them all. It’s very difficult to find slate that’s an exact match, meaning the finished result could look a bit odd if you’re keeping half.

The benefits of reusing slate

The main benefit of reusing your slate is cost. As a premium roofing material, slate can be very expensive. Reusing it can vastly reduce the cost of your roof renewal as it will slash the price of materials on the quote.

Another benefit is that you can retain your home’s character. Rather than opting for concrete or clay tiles because of budget restraints, you can keep the same classic look that comes with slate. This will stop your home looking like the odd one out, given that most nearby properties have similar roofs.

Because of the high value of slate, it’s also worth considering where it’s going if you’re changing the style of your roof. If you’re opting for clay tiles on a reroof or just a different type of slate, your existing slate might still be in a usable condition. This is worth discussing with any roofer providing a quote, as they could reuse or sell the slate and knock some of the cost off your quote as a result.

Slate re-roofs in Wakefield

If you’re looking to get your roof replaced in Wakefield using the original materials, the team at DPR Roofing is on hand to talk you through your options.

With over 30 years’ experience in roofing and TrustMark accreditation, you can depend on us for a reliable assessment of your slate and honest advice on the best way forward. Whether the slate is reusable or needs replacing, our friendly team will provide a no-obligation quote leaving you to make an informed decision about your roof.

Will a Missing Roof Tile Cause a Leak?

Will a Missing Roof Tile Cause a Leak?

Will a Missing Roof Tile Cause a Leak?

Keeping your roof in working order is essential if you want to protect your home from the elements. While a professional inspection is a good idea at least once a year, there are some things you can spot yourself.

One of those is certainly a missing roof tile. You’ll be able to spot missing roof tiles from ground level, with some tiles even falling off the roof to alert you to the problem. Sound familiar? You’ll no doubt be wondering whether a leak is the next step. Read on as we take a closer look.

What causes missing or slipped tiles?

There are a few different causes of missing tiles or slates on your roof. The first is obviously weather. When wind and rain gets high and heavy, it can pull tiles out of their place, especially if they weren’t fixed in securely.

Secondly there’s the possibility of nails wearing away. The nails that hold your tiles or slates in place can eventually rust and wear away, leaving them too weak to hold the tiles. In some cases, tiles can even slip out of place because the wood has weakened. Water damage to roof battens, for instance, means there’s less integrity holding onto the tiles.

Will it cause a leak?

The short answer is yes. A missing roof tile can definitely cause a leak in your roof. Even if it doesn’t leave a visible gap in your roof’s covering, that missing tile creates a break in the roof which the weather can penetrate.

It’s also worth considering the knock-on effect. Allowing wind and rain to penetrate your roof makes other tiles more susceptible to damage. You could soon see more tiles slipping out place, which will only increase the cost of repair.

Alternatively, you might see more tiles slipping out of place simply because of the root cause. If it’s down to corroded nails or wood damage, there’s nothing stopping other tiles slipping for the same reason.

Fixing the problem

With all that in mind, it’s definitely worth having your roof inspected if you spot any missing tiles. Repairing your roof could be as simple as replacing the tile, or you could need a few replacing and fixing back in place.

However, you might also need a full re-roof to stop the problem reoccurring. On many old roofs, the tiles have been back-pointed to hold them in place and eventually this wears away, causing several tiles or slates to slip out of place over a few months or years. It’s usually much easier and could even save you money on repairs if you bite the bullet and get the full roof redone.

Missing tiles in Wakefield

Based locally in Wakefield, DPR Roofing can provide fast, efficient repairs for your missing tiles. Whether it’s one, several or a recurring problem, we’ll identify the root cause and make sure the problem is fully rectified.

Call us on 01924 255 677 to arrange an inspection for your roof with a no-obligation quote from our experts.