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How much is it to fix or replace a flat roof?

I often get asked how much it costs to repair or fix a flat roof. I don’t usually do a quote over the phone because what happens is that if I do a quote without seeing the roof, then someone has in their mind that’s the price. And it isn’t.

The thing is that all flat roof repairs or replacements are different. It’s a matter of size and also what materials you want but also how easy or hard it is to do the job.  If the roof is a tricky shape and in a terrible access point then that’s going to be really hard to do – so it’s going to cost more.

So what I tend to do is I usually give a range of a price. For example, I may say £600 to £450, for a small job. That way, the homeowner has a rough idea. But then I go and take a look and give a firm price when I have factored everything in.

As I pay for my van, disposing of waste, insurance, clothing, fuel, equipment, materials, tax, etc believe you me, I am not the richest man in the world.

But if you want a good honest tradesman, who has a good attitude, great recommendations and will be reliable and good value, as opposed to cheap, then please hire me.

I do all my own work, I don’t subcontract and my kids will be grateful for your support…

Carl Clark

flat roof repairs near Reading

Here’s a difficult roof to do. Customer, URI GELLER, chose me for psychic reasons as well as my ability!

Autumn Rain Results In Flat Roof Leaks – They Need To Be Fixed

When September comes around, there’s usually a flurry of calls to my mobile. Why? It’s because it’s traditionally a wet and windy month.

It’s certainly looking to be a damp start to Autumn after a relatively dry period over the summer. At first, you may not notice any leaks in your roof or ceiling, but I’d advise you to check your porches and any other flat roof area closely this September.

Make sure that you look at the area where the walls meet the ceiling. It’s often the case that you can see a damp patch forming there. That’s usually where the old felt has started to come away at the edges of the flat roof.

If you have a damp patch and you’re worried it may be your roof leaking. Let me know and I’ll come round to have a look at it for you.

Remember, I am a specialist flat roof repairer and installer for all of the Reading area.

Flat roof repairs in Reading and surrounds

I am very happy to say that although I am based in Tilehurst, I have fixed and replaces many flat roofs around Reading. I’ve replaced Uri Geller’s roof in Sonning, the McDonalds roof near Decathlon and roofs in every area of Reading and Bracknell.

If you live in any of these areas and need a new flat roof or repair please let me know and I will be happy to give you an estimate.

Arborfield, Ascot, Binfield, Birch Hill, BracknellBullbrook, Burghfield Common, Calcot, Caversham, Charvil,Crown Wood, Crowthorne,Coley, Earley, Easthampstead, Emmer Green, Finchampstead, Forest Park, Grazeley, Great Hollands, Goring, Hare Hatch, Harmans Water, Hanworth, Hurst, Jennett’s Park, Katesgrove, Kennet Island, Lower Earley, MartinsHeron, Mortimer, Newtown, Pangbourne, Priestwood, Purley, Reading, Ruscombe, Ryeish Green, Sandhurst, Shinfield, Sindlesham, Sonning, Southcote, Spencers Wood, Sunningdale, Sunninghill, Swallowfield, Tilehurst, Three Mile Cross, Theale, Twyford, Warfield, Wargrave, West Reading, Whitley, Wildridings, Winkfield, Winnersh, Wokingham, Woodley, Woosehill and anywhere I have missed!

Carl Clarke Flat Roof Reading