Slate Roofing in Telford
Choosing Severnside for your slate roofing in Telford means you have the security of a qualified and highly regarded slate roofing company. Our team have exceptional knowledge and are highly skilled in slate re-roofing, roof restoration and roof repairs. Slate is a hard material and so if a tile falls it may break, and slate tiles can also crack, but our roofers can replace part of roofs or single tiles to keep your roof looking great.
A whole range of slate roofing jobs completed in Telford
We’ve been providing Telford homeowners with a full slate roofing service for over 20 years. Our work is backed by our insurance guarantee, meaning you’ll be able to sit back and relax knowing our local, professional, Telford roofers have the job dealt with.
We‘ll be happy to come and give you a no obligation no cost estimate on any roofing service you need. We’re proud of our low prices and outstanding service. Quality is uppermost in our heads when contracted for slate roofing in Telford. You can relax knowing that we’ll deliver a professional service, and at the best price, wherever you are in Telford.
Get in touch now for:
Repairing slate roofing in Telford
Replacing missing slate tiles
Free quotes for your slate roofing and repair work
Full or part re-roofing
New/replacement ridge tiling
Construction of new roofs
Slate Roofing Tips
Ensure you look at your roof at least once annually for minor issues such as loose slates, loose ridges on the outside and look for damp areas especially on roof timbers internal. If in any doubt get a professional slate roof repairer in to check, not all cracks, flaking or changes in colour necessarily mean the roof requires repair.
Keep on top of any vegetation which begins to grow in the roof or gutters and get rid of moss debris and anything that might hold water or prevent it from flowing off the roof. Look for ivy as this can dislodge slates the higher it grows.Hiring a roofer with specialist and proven experience in working with stone slate roofing in Telford is sensible. It is common sense to check that they can show you local examples of the grade of their work.
Do not leave small problems, because they will invariably bring on larger and more costly troubles eventually. Do not bed stone slates in mortar. The mortar can draw moisture between the stones and into the roof structure, and also damages the stone.