FAQs – Roofing
We know that it is difficult when you discover that there is a problem with your roof and that you need to find the right Edinburgh roofing contractor or company to fix it.
The situation often feels worse, because unlike other building projects, it is often dangerous or impractical for you to view the problem in detail yourself.
Of course, you aren’t familiar with the terminology that is used or the different types of roofing materials and services available. Where should you start? What might it cost? Will the work come with guarantees?
At Ronald Graham Roofing and Building, we appreciate your anxiety, and every day (for the past 50 years) we happily take our clients through their options step-by-step.
Everybody has different questions but here are the top 10 that we are asked and the answers:
All of our workforce and staff are employed directly and in-house, ensuring a personal, reliable, and trustworthy service.
Ronald Graham Roofing provides a 10-year guarantee on all new works carried out. Liquid Plastics guarantees range from 10 – 25 years dependent on the works. This will all be explained before any works are carried out.
Yes, Roof Survey and Report fees start from £250 + VAT. We can also provide expert drone surveys. We provide this service to many Edinburgh property companies. For more information, contact email@example.com
Yes, we will come over to the property and provide a free itemized estimate. Please give us a call or send us an email to book an appointment.
Yes, we have our yard premises and office in Leith, Edinburgh. We also have regional offices based in Aberdeen and London.
We carry out residential works across Central Scotland and commercial contracts across the UK.
This Edinburgh roofing service involves the cleaning of roof surfaces and waterways on a regular basis. Ensure that your roof surfaces are clean and waterways unhindered, which in turn allows proper water escape. We check the roof surfaces and provide a report of condition, backed up with photos, so any problems and defects can be pinpointed at an early stage.