Roofers Manchester is a UK contractor that is well known for doing quality roofing work that is accompanied by very good customer service. It’s what has made this company highly sought after for its roof installation, roof repair, roof maintenance, moss removal, flat roofing, and guttering services. What this reputable roofer does also goes well beyond the roofing work it completes. It’s a roofing services provider that also likes to keep area homeowners well informed about the care that’s required to keep their roofs looking good and watertight. A good example of this is a new blog that Roofers Manchester just posted to its website. It’s an article that details the warning signs that it’s time for a homeowner to get a new roof. A representative of Roofers Manchester, Andrew Stanford, says, “While most people cannot tell if their roof needs replacing or not, there are signs that professional roofers such as us look for that indicate it’s time for a roof replacement. Some are very obvious and others are not. We thought it was important for homeowners to have a chance of recognizing these signs that their roofs may need replacement. That’s why we decided to write a blog article on the subject and post it on our website.”
One of the first signs that roof replacement is necessary that the newly posted article mentioned was to look for a sagging or drooping roofline. This often indicates that water has gotten into roof support materials and started to rot or weaken them. Puddling of water in a sagging or drooping roof area after heavy rains is when this type of roof problem is the most obvious. According to the article, warped and cracked roof tiles are also a sign that a new layer of roofing shingle or tile needs to be laid down. Age is the biggest factor in this happening because of prolonged roof exposure to sunlight and the elements. During this end phase of a roof’s useful life, a homeowner may also notice shingle or tiles that are buckling or curling, missing sections of roof covering materials, cracking along the edges of shingle or tile, and the noticeable sound of roof pounding or scraping noises when it rains. Moisture spots near the roof tiles, light coming through roof boards, moss growing on the roof, and persistent leaks around vents and flashing are also often present when a roof no longer functions as intended. A homeowner may even notice wet spots on their attic ceiling, damp areas on interior walls, and mold or mildew smells coming from an attic area as signs that their roof is leaking and might need to be replaced. Professional roofers are also trained to spot shingle and tile granules and debris at the end of downspouts that sometimes indicate a roof covering no longer has useful life. The blog even mentioned that roof replacement is the surest way to make an aging roof look good and become watertight again and it adds resale value to a home. That’s why roof replacement is never a bad investment. This blog can be seen in its entirety on the Roofers Manchester website at https://roofersmanchester.net/warning-signs-you-need-a-new-roof/.
Those who listened to the advice Roofers Manchester gives about when it’s time to replace a roof and had them do this work, often leave glowing reviews about that experience. Nikki Taylor stated, “Great job. They were punctual, reliable, thorough, and explained well what needed to be done. Great value and I will definitely use them again.” Jane Holt wrote, “The lads from Roofers Manchester did a brilliant job on the new roof and the repair of my flat roof. I would highly recommend this company. They were also on time and reliable.” Homeowners in Bolton, Farnworth, Oldham, Stockport, Rochdale, Hyde, and elsewhere in the Greater Manchester area that would like more information on the roofing and other services this company offers can contact them by phone or refer to its website. All the work that Roofers Manchester does comes with an installation and workmanship guarantee. There is no charge for the roofing inspections this reputable contractor does and a quote from the company does not obligate a homeowner to get the work done.
For more information about Roofers Manchester, contact the company here:
+44 (0)161 694 6470
290 Moston Lane