We have recently moved to a new house. The surveyor picked up some issues of which the first two are the most urgent.
1) The Velux window to the single-storey extension has not been properly dressed around the concrete tiles. There is evidence of water penetration.
2) There are cracks to the single-storey rear section interlocking concrete tiles.
3) There are slipped and cracked plain tiles to the front bay and evidence of missing and slipped slates to the front pitched roof slope.
3) Possible gap between the mineral felt on the flat roof above the second floor bedroom and the rear rendered parapet wall (however the flat roof could not be inspected).
Ian is very friendly, helpful and thorough. He did an excellent job at a very reasonable price. We would be more than happy to recommend him.Michael
4 leaks and correspondig damp patches have gradually appeared on ceiling inside the extension relating to leaks on roof
Replace external guttering and down pipe to the front of a terraced house - potentially fascias as well
Repair two cracked stone window sills to the ground and first floor bay windows – cracks don’t appear serious
Repair a couple of cracks to external render on top half of front of house
Would like gutter on front of house cleaned.
To drop two flexi flue liners down the chimney and fit the cowels, All materials purchased and we already have the scaffold to roof eaves level, so guess you would need a roof ladder to reach the chimney part.
Labour only required.
leaking roof into front bedroom
repair felt roof and possibly insulation work aswell, need to come around and have a look first
repair for leaking roof and flat roof
water dripping from bathroom light fitting, after looking outside it seems the guttering is blocked and needs clearing.
We have had some extensions done around 30 years ago. Most of the extensions, with the exception of the conservatory, has flat roof. We have been getting some water leaks during rainy weather and would like someone to have a look at it and advise : a) repair; b) replacing the roof. Thank you