Active roofing

Primary trade Roofer
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Active roofing

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About Active roofing

We are a family run business that was founded in 1973. Here at Active Roofing, not only do we ensure that the quality of our work is to the highest standard, we always ensure that our customers are fully satisfied to the highest degree.

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Active roofing rated for Bricklayer in Barnet

4.5

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25 Sep 2019

Roofer

Daniel came very quickly and I accepted his quote. He carried out quickly and the job looks well done.

, EN2

02 Oct 2019

Plumber

Highly recommend Daniel.

, N22

12 Jul 2019

Roofer

Daniel contacted me one day and did my job the next. He identified slates that had slipped by taking photos so we could see what needed doing. A roof isn’t the easiest place to identify problems on so this was useful. He even wiped clean the dormer once he had filled and painted it- a great job

, N21

19 Jul 2019

Roofer

They provided me with a quote and were able to carry out the repairs immediately. The workmanship was first rate. I would strongly recommend them.

, N21

20 May 2019

Roofer

I am very pleased with the execution of the works A Proper English job performed with courteousness and competence. They used quality materials with quality workmanship.even matched our Welsh slates. All ridge tiles were lifted and repointed. Showed up when agreed and finished job in a timely fashion. I would highly recommend them[Dan & Sam] to anyone requiring roofing work.

, EN4

07 Apr 2019

Roofer

Excellent job

, N13

28 Feb 2019

Roofer

First time I used Daniel, and I can't fault the service. Thanks

, N21

06 Feb 2019

Roofer

Kept me well informed about work needed on roof and progress. Quotation was competitive and fair. Very quick and reliable. Friendly, helpful and pleasant to deal with. Would definitely use Daniel again and recommend him to others.

, NW11

05 Nov 2018

Bricklayer

Perfect gentleman, reliable and knew what he was doing, very eficient

, EN4

21 Sep 2018

Roofer

The work was carried out very professionally no complaints

, N14

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Active roofing answered questions about Bricklayer in Barnet

Lori Taylor's question
Wed 2 Oct 2019 12:26pm

We have been told our leak in our roof is caused by the lead valley and the membrane underneath it. I’m pretty confident that that is the issue, the roofer was very thorough. Can anyone give me a rough idea of the cost to do the following: Remove tiles and mortar around the valley, remove the lead valley, install a new breather membrane, a new valley, put all the tiles back and point the valley with flexim. It’s a semi detached house, no access problems.

  • Daniel Sullivan's Answer
    Thu 3 Oct 2019 0:33am

    Hi this is Daniel from Active Roofing. To do the works above you are looking at around £800 all inclusive

Lynn Turner's question
Fri 12 Apr 2019 17:22pm

I have a 1950s 3 bed semi, had the whole house repointed last October. I think the mortar mix was wrong as I can scrape the mortar out with my finger nail and it's crumbling out. Now found out the builder is not qualified so unsure of how to proceed. Would like my money back ASAP so I can get a reputable builder to redo it

  • Daniel Sullivan's Answer
    Fri 12 Apr 2019 20:4pm

    Hi Lynn, sorry to hear you have had underqualified builders mess up the re-pointing. Whenever re-pointing any type of brickwork you must firstly remove all the old mortar, to a depth of at least 15 mm. And the joints must be cleaned out with a stiff brush . When repointing, the mortar mix should be of 3 sand to 1 cement. It should be mixed up one packet of the time as if too much is mixed up it will begin to dry out and crumble. This is maybe what has happened with your previous builder. A pointer prefers to use fine sharp sand for the mortar mix as it goes exceptionally har which is what you want of course . Hope this is of help to you, many thanks Daniel active roofing and building.

  • Daniel Sullivan's Answer
    Fri 12 Apr 2019 19:53pm

    Hi Lynn , sorry to hear that the repointing work you had done is completely inadequate. When re-pointing brickwork, the old mortar has to be removed at a depth of at least 15 mm and you must use the correct mixture of sand and cement with the correct additives. Also when you mix up the sand and cement, it’s done in a small quantity , never more than an average size bucket at a time. The reason for this is if you mix up too much and use it it will start to crumble and go off.. you only mix it as you need it. It also has to be gauged correctly as in 3 sand to 1 cement . If you are re-pointing a listed or an old building, you may be required to use lime , in order to keep up with The building regulations. Hope this is helpful for you, regards Daniel, active roofing and building.

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Top trades offered by Active roofing

Primary trade

Roofer

Chimney Building / Repair

Flat roof- installation / repair

Guttering and Rainwater Pipe

Bricklayer

Chimney Building / Repair

Builder

Chimney Building / Repair

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden cladding /Fascias/ Soffits

Loft Conversion Specialist

Velux / Skylight Window