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Keeping customers safe warm and dry

Roof repairs

Not every job need be a "big 'un".

Timely roof repairs now could save you a lot of money in the future.

Selective repairs to a slate roof.

Removal and replacement of damaged slates

Removal and replacement of old lead chimney flashing

Installation of new PVCu fascias, sofits and barge boards

 

• Selective repair

 

Our sensible and honest approach to repair work means that you don't pay for more work than is really required.

 

Ask for a free roof check and quotation. There is no obligation to proceed with any work and absolutely no sales pressure from us.

Selective repairs to a tiled roof.

Old storm damaged ridge tiles replaced with mechanically fixed tiles and selective replacement of other roof tiles.

On a stormy winters day the MEC team replacing wind damaged tiles on a roof in Kinmel Bay.

Replacing damaged concrete roof tiles.

The job involved selective replacement of damaged and missing roof tiles, repairs to lead flashings and making good the junction between the pitched roof and flat roof.

Repairs to storm damage on bungalow.

Replacing storm damaged tiles on a bungalow roof. The work included replacement of leaking lead valley between the roof gables, replacing sarking felt underlay, new tanalsed battens and new roof tiles.

Repairs to lead flashing.

Replacing damaged slates, fitting new ridge tiles and making good lead flashing to wall.

Keeping the fish dry!

Repairs to lead flashing.

In 2016 we replaced missing ridge tiles and damaged lead flashing round the chimney at "The Jolly Fryer" in order to maintain the structural integrity of the existing roof a little while longer.

In 2018 the owner decided that the whole roof needed replacing. You can see the work underway HERE

Sympathetic repairs to heritage buildings

Replacing damaged slates, new guttering and new lead work on St. Anne's Church, Rhyl.

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Repairs to the church at St.George near Abergele.

 

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Bird spikes.

Prevent future mess and damage by keeping birds from perching and nesting with bird spikes.

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