Frequently Asked Questions
If they are on the roof already they will be included in the roof quote.
You will automatically receive a quote for top quality insulation with your colour selection.
Gutters are normally a separately installed item and not usually included. However if they are damaged by the same event then it will be in the description of work on your contract.
Where it is applicable.
Yes we can give you a quote for extra work, i.e. gutter, shed roof, insulation blanket etc if not being replaced under insurance.
Normally yes, depending on local council guidelines and type of sheet metal and profile.
The roofers will generally not take off more of the old roof than they can cover quickly in case of bad weather, worst case is they may have to tarp up some of the area to prevent water entry.
If it is only very light on and off showers they may choose to work depending on how steep a roof is etc. If they were doing a shed roof for example that they may be able to take off 1 sheet and put one on to minimise water entry.
The insurance company has provided the insured with a new roof so the old roof is the property of the insurance repairer, generally these type of jobs are quoted to include removal of all rubbish and old roof to scrap as payment towards clean up.
No you really don’t need to be, all we need is access to the property and an outside power point or lead, also notification of guard dogs etc. It is often quite noisy inside the house when roof is being taken off or new one being put on so you may want to head out if the noise is a bit much.
We will send you an estimated start date with the contract details and scope of work along with colour choice brochure if applicable.
Generally a normal house roof will only take a couple of days, there are other factors that may change this, size, pitch, type and of course if some flashings to complete works are needed to be ordered after starting to suit a particular type of situation. Weather can also be a factor.