Roof Conversion Company

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Roof Conversion Company rated for Bricklayer in Kilmarnock

5

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44 total ratings 0 last 30 days 2 last 6 months 11 last 12 months

11 Jun 2018

Gardener / Landscape gardeners

Considering the fact that landscaping in not Sam's main trade, they have done a great job! Our path is nice and smooth with brand new tarmac, we have new edging along the flower beds and it is all leveled to follow onto current paths and pavements. Sam communicated well at all stages, the work was done in timely manner and the price was excellent. Thank you!

, G44

20 Feb 2018

Roofer

As is the case when working on an older roof, there were hidden issues discovered. A quotation for the further work was given and accepted and both the original work and the additional work were completed to a very high standard. I was kept fully informed with both telephone and video messages and am very pleased with the outcome. Would we use again? Most certainly and, whilst they were on-site, we were pleased to be able to refer the company to a couple of neighbours who also required work done,

, PA15

10 Feb 2018

Roofer

Outstanding service. Quoted the same day as the job was posted. Bent over backwards to make the job affordable as I was paying out of my own pocket. Kept in touch about everything. Did the job that was needed, and fixed my guttering at no extra cost. You won't get much better than this company. Thanks Sam.

, PA1

09 Jan 2018

Roofer

Called very quickly after posting. Came out next day for no obligation quote, which was a Sunday as well. Came on Tuesday and did repairs on roof. Cost cheaper than expected and took care of some other problems that with the roof that needed addressing beyond the minor repair while they were up there. Sam was great to deal with throughout.

, G51

12 Jan 2018

Builder

Were able to take the job at short notice. Very helpful, arrived promptly when promised, worked hard while on site. Absolutely no problems. Recommended.

, G60

10 Jan 2018

Roofer

Good job fully documented with video, asked for permissions before work undertaken.

, YO30

22 Dec 2017

Roofer

sam was very nice on the phone. this job was for my rental property so I never met the team. sam made sure he sent videos of the work to keep me informed. Thanks x

, S6

13 Nov 2017

Roofer

Sam contacted shortly after we posted job came out the following morning quoted and repaired leak straight away and thanks to Sam & team our shop opening is back on track wouldn't have any hesitation to recommend this company really nice helpful and very tidy nice genuine guy.

, LS22

13 Sep 2017

Roofer

I would recommend Acorn he comes across to me as honest friendly and takes pride in his work.He took the time to re visit the property and explain any questions I had.He wanted to make sure the job was complete and I was satisfied.I can truly say I am satisfied and I would call him again.

, EH17

03 Oct 2017

Roofer

Company made arrangements to come out to provide a quote but didn't attend. Left messages for them to contact me with no joy.

, PA2

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Roof Conversion Company answered questions about Bricklayer in Kilmarnock

's question
Fri 23 Jun 2017 11:12am
How much does it cost to buy a roofing job that has a budget of under 1000 pounds please?
  • Cadell Price's Answer
    Fri 30 Jun 2017 21:56pm
    About £40
's question
Tue 16 May 2017 06:46am
Hello, My new roof installation was started yesterday. It was raining and when i went into my bedroom the ceiling was wet. I went into the loft to look and i could see that the felt had been put on the ceiling but there was two slight holes in it. I could also see that there was no plywood on the roof. The roofer is coming back today to continue today (it is raining again). The builder said the roof could be done in the rain and he said yes it was no problem. when i asked ifthere would be any problems with the roof being done in the rain he said no. My question is should the roof be installed in the rain and what could the issues be if it was installed in the rain? The room that has been wet had only just been replastered and painted. Will this need replastering again? Thank you for any help you can offer.
  • Cadell Price's Answer
    Thu 22 Jun 2017 21:07pm
    Yes in Scotland we work through the rain and tile and slate roofs

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Top trades offered by Roof Conversion Company

Bricklayer

Chimney Building / Repair

Stonework / Stone Cladding

Builder

Garage Conversion

House extension

Porch / Canopy

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden cladding /Fascias/ Soffits

Painter and decorator

External wall painting

Door / Window painting