The Details

Stripping off the stone roof / ridge tiles and lath battens to carry out repairs to the perished bitumen under felt using vapour permeable breathable membrane pitched roof underlay. Re-fixing the lath battens and roof tiles replacing any that are damaged or broken. Installation of new code 3 milled lead soakers and GRP (Glassfibre Reinforced Polyester) flashings at the abutment wall. Re-bedding and pointing the ridge tiles using new mortar.

The Testimonial

MARK PEARSON – Ravensknowle Road, Moldgreen
Great service from Phil and the team. I was away from home and got a call to say our roof was leaking. Phil was round within the hour to solve the problem. Having a young child in the house the problem needed fixing quick. Fantastic peace of mind knowing he was on the case. Being a tradesman myself
Phil and his team did a fantastic job on a roof in need of prompt repair. After getting 3 quotes from different contractors, his was the only one that was delivered with confidence a great professionalism. I would highly recommend East Coast Roofing
Ben – Sherwood House Bradley
Phil and the team did a great job on the house. Even cleaned the gutters and re-sealed round the porch for good measure. Clean workers, great results, always top quality.
Mr J & Mrs Jarzembowski – Over Hall Park, Mirfield
Sorry for my late recommendation for your work done here. Me and my mother are really happy with the work, your staff were real gents and nice guys and it was a pleasure having them on-site. We are both impressed with the level of work and with how good your team paid attention to health and safe
Lucy Lincoln
What a great transformation of this roof! Loved flicking through these photos to see how the vapour permeable breathable membrane pitched roof underlay and tanalised lath battens were fitted. It’s hard to believe the condition of the roof before, and the felt underneath. Should make us all more aw

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