Whether it’s a slipped slate that needs replacing or a full slate re-roof Flute Roofing contractors are experienced slate roofers. Slate is a traditional roofing material which providing an exceptionally high quality finish. This type of roofing material is extremely popular on many domestic properties. Installed properly a slate roof can last as long as the building it is attached to and in most cases a slate roof should last as long as 100 years.
Tell-tale signs that a slate roof might need repairing are when slates start falling there are various grey led tabs used to hold slates in place. These are signs that patched repairs have been carried out in the past.
Flute Roofing install new breathable felt underlay on all our new slate re-roof installs. This ensures that your roof can breathe and allows the timber on your roof to stay dry.
Planning permission is not required for a new slate tile roof unless your property is listed building or within a conservation area. If more than 25% of the building surface area is being re-roofed the thermal insulation properties of the roof must be upgraded to current building regulations. This will help provide a warmer and more energy efficient building.
Flute slate roofing installers can offer various slate roofing materials to suit our customers’ requirements. We believe Welsh Slate to be one of the best roof coverings known to man. We can provide both new and reclaimed slates including other slate materials such as Brazilian, Chinese, Stone & Westmoreland slate.
For a roof condition report and to find out how much a reclaimed or new slate roof will cost in Altrincham, Cheshire, Hale Barns, Urmston, Stretford, Didsbury, Cheadle, Stockport or Manchester look no further than Flute Roofing, offering 10 year installation warranty on all new roofs, with a customer service focused professional approach to all jobs.