Tile and slate roof repairs
Including leadwork, flashings, valleys
Tile and slate roof complete replacement
Flat roofs - repaired and replaced
Roofline repairs and replacements
Gutters and all rainwater goods
uPVC, aluminium, cast iron, cast effect
Fascia boards and soffits in timber or uPVC
Refurbished, repaired, rebuilt
No job is too small to merit our renowned attention to detail - and we will always give you a fair appraisal of the work that needs to be done. We will never recommend more work than actually needs doing.
Southport is a prime example of Victorian workmanship at its best. Visitors cannot fail to be impressed with the quality of the buildings and the generous street layouts. Unlike so many seaside towns Southport has retained the grandeur of its original architecture.
For this reason repair and renovation work deserves to be done with the greatest professional care - and this is where the Southport Roofing Company really stand out among the run-of-the-mill roofing contractors.
We follow the guidelines set out by The National Heritage Training Group and The Listed Properties Owners Club - two organisations committed to the furtherance of the highest standards of craftsmanship.
A high quality job does not necessarily mean an expensive bill. On the contrary, a project properly planned and executed efficiently using top quality materials can turn out more cost effective than "calling in the cowboys" who provide 'estimates' which inevitably overrun. Often you pay for their lack of expertise because the job takes longer to finish and the unexpected frequently occurs. This is always assuming that it is eventually completed properly to the right standard.
From The Southport Roofing Company you will receive a written firm itemised quotation - not a vague estimate. The initial survey is free and without any obligation on the part of the client or pressure from us to proceed with the work.
We have experience in sourcing and recommending all types of reclaimed and new materials which not just complement your property but will meet all current British Standards and building regulations.
On flat roofs: felt, EPDM rubber and GRP - glassfibre composite.
The roof, of course, bears the brunt of the British weather and so must be structurally sound but there are numerous other considerations; for example the balance between retaining any period features and complying with modern regulations.
For example on new roofs ridge tiles must now be mechanically fixed.
There is also the issue of how modern lifestyles interact - and conflict - with period buildings. Fewer open fires, draught-proof windows, showers and indoor bathrooms all combine to create significant humidity in a dwelling which can cause condensation, dampness, water damage and rot.
When planning renovation work of old buildings all these competing issues must be considered.
ROOFING SOUTHPORT & AND BEYOND
• Bamber Bridge
Across Lancashire and Cheshire we have a well deserved reputation for the sympathetic repair and refurbishment of old buildings - from Victorian terraced houses to Grade 1 Listed public buildings. Ask our advice at the outset when considering renovation work. Take advantage of our years of knowledge about the correct techniques and the most suitable materials to use.