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All aspects of roofing work undertaken flat roofs reroofs slate tile lead work repointings mortar work gutter facias rubber roofs felt roofs timber work velux fitted outside painting any repairs all work has a written guarantee and no doubts in your mind that we were nothing but professional
All of our work is carried out to the highest standards by our experienced, qualified tradesmen and reliable subcontractors, as supervised by our management team.
When you’re looking for top quality work, DD Roofing is here to help. Our contracting professionals are available to provide a wide range of customisable options, all guaranteed to meet and exceed expectations. Contact us today to learn more about this and our other available services.
Roof tiles are designed mainly to keep out rain, and are traditionally made from locally available materials such as terracotta or slate. Modern materials such as concrete and plastic are also used and some clay tiles have a waterproof glaze. Should this be your requirement we have the knowhow and knowledge to do an affiant and professional job.
Lead is one of the most effectively recycled materials in the world and today more lead is produced through recycling than mining. While the installation of lead may at first appear marginally more expensive, the fact that it’s an exceptionally sustainable building material, as well as having a long lifespan and good appearance make it great value for money.
GUTTERS, FACIALS AND SOFFITS
The fascia board is the one mounted at the point where the roof meets the outer walls of the house and is often called the ROOFLINE. However most people refer to it by the name of the main board that carries the gutter – the fascia or fascias.
Timber construction, timberwork and joinery form an integral part of our roofing business so that’s why we’ve highly skilled, to do an efficient job.
Full installation of a GGL centre pivot roof window using EDJ flashing, including underfelt and insulation collars and vapour barrier. Using the 'blue line' recessed installation method allows the window to sit 40mm deeper in the roof structure.
Chimneys operate on the principle that hot air rises above cold air. The movement of hot gases rising from the fire creates a pressure difference between the inside of the flue and the room. This is called a “draught” and it forces air into the fireplace, this air feeds the flames as it rushes past the fire.