A Complete New Roof
Whether to have a new roof or not is an important decision to make. It is a major undertaking which costs in terms of both time and money and is not to be taken on lightly.
But it will also add value to your property and protect your property from the elements.
Rydale Roofing can help you to make a decision by offering you a range of roofing systems which use the latest materials and craftsmanship. These ensure that your house or properties have maximum insulation and can withstand the very worst of the British weather.
Why should you have a new roof?
There are various reasons why people choose to have a new roof.
The main reason and probably the most important is to prevent any damage caused by a leaking roof when your roof has become irepairable and is no longer protecting your property.
A new roof is also a good investment especially if you are looking to sell your house as this will increase its value.
Plus a new roof is not something that a house buyer wants to spend money on straight after making such a large purchase.
Also a new roof can dramatically improve the look of your home which will also adds to its value.
The important thing to remember is that a roof lasts for a set period of time although this depends upon the type of covering used, the skills and expertise of the contractors and of course, the weather.
Some roofs have a long lifespan and will last for 100 years or more whereas others will deteriorate after 20 years.
We hope this has convinced you of the merits of a new roof but if you want to know more then get in touch. We will discuss all aspects of a new roof at a time to suit you.
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Please contact us for a free no obligation quote.
Our normal office opening hours are Monday to Friday 09:00 until 17:00.
Telephone: 01782 625894
What is the criteria for a new roof?
Here are a few things to check and will help you decide:
- Age of the roof
- Condition of the roof
- Type of roof covering, e.g. clay tiles, pantiles etc
- Roof history, e.g. previous repairs
- Roof buckling between the joists
- Split membrane around the edge
- Expanding roof blisters
- Inadequate waterproofing
- Failing insulation
- Rotting deck boards
If there are signs of movement between the roof and walls due to structural problems or condensation then this is also a sign that a re-roof is needed.