Maintain your roof for extra durability!

Ask any builder what the most important part of the house is, and they will all say the same thing – the roof. Whether your roof is tiled or flat, having a sealed and weatherproof roof is vital for the well-being of your house. This is why it’s so to find a roofer local to you the moment you notice any water leaks or damages on your roof. If you ignore it, the issue is only going to get worse and could put your home in danger.

Get in touch with us to find out more about maintaining your roof.

Many roofing contractor/suppliers have vast experience in the roofing sector and have completed dozens of jobs. You can find these companies online, or you can ask friends and family if they know of any in your local area.

Please don’t wait for evidence of damp penetration, dripping water or rot in the roof construction before you do something about your faulty roof.

Preventive treatment and any necessary repairs, coupled with regular checks will potentially save you many tens of thousands of pounds. For example, if you are planning a conservatory conversion, do make sure that the roofing contractor (, for example) also helps you in its maintenance. Conservatory roofs are always guaranteed to stand for several years, unless it faces a freak weather storm.

Maintain your roof, including garages, sheds and any flat roof

The recommended material is rubber roofing for any new roofing system. Rubber roofing is in huge demand as it is durable, low cost, low maintenance and is environmentally friendly.
With proper maintenance, EPDM rubber roofing has a life expectancy of 50 years+, making it a top choice when waterproofing a roofing structure. Find out more.

How can a roofing contractor help?

  • The replacement and repair of tiled roofs
  • Constructing safe and solid scaffolding
  • Repairing chimneys
  • Repairing and replacing gutters and drainage pipes.
  • Replacing flat roofs and offering good drainage solutions

We recommend checking your roofing contractor’s history—ask them about their history. Have they worked on private homes, apartment buildings, or institutions? This information will give you a better idea of their experience and quality of work.