Approved Rubber Roofing Contractors Ltd

Primary trade Roofer
168 ratings
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Approved Rubber Roofing Contractors Ltd

168 ratings

About Approved Rubber Roofing Contractors Ltd

The original Rubber Roofers from Stoke on Trent, commencing in 1993 with installation of only EPDM membranes. With total emphasis on quality, reliability and enhanced customer service along with the most fair prices. We guarantee to deliver and ensure the best service and our ratings is proof of the same.

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Approved Rubber Roofing Contractors Ltd rated for Plumber in Stoke on Trent


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168 total ratings 4 last 30 days 11 last 6 months 11 last 12 months

17 Jun 2019


Mick & the lads did a great job on my garage roof, looks so much better now & no leaks. Took longer than expected but that was down to weather, a few little problems that were sorted along the way. Cheers

, ST1

12 Jun 2019


Very pleased with service and workmanship. Would recommend.

, ST10

24 Apr 2019


Professional service, neat finish and areas left tidy would highly recommend

, ST4

14 Jun 2019


A good team. On time. Tidy workers. Excellent finish. Did exactly what they said they would do! Highly recommended.

, SK10

07 May 2019


Sound advice, very professional team who are obviously EDPM specialists. Polite and courteous throughout. Dealt with unexpected challenges and difficult working environment very well and completed the work to a high quality. Highly recommended.

, ST9

19 Mar 2019


Quick response to initial enquiry and competetive quote given at time of assessment. Arrived as promised, all work carried out to required spec. quickly and efficiently and all mess removed from site. Friendly and knowledgeable tradesmen. Full amount paid on completion of work. Highly recommended.

, SK7

27 Feb 2019


Had rubber roofing fitted to outbuilding and porch plus new ceiling to porch. Workmanship is excellent. Really pleased with the job and how quick it was done. Polite, friendly and efficient team. Many thanks and highly recommended.

, ST4

31 Mar 2019


Job well done

, ST16

31 May 2019


Mike and his team worked tremendously hard, and left the area of the works clean and tidy each evening on completion and work was carried out to a very good standard. From carrying out an inspection of the job , preparing the quotation up to commencement Mike presented himself in a very respectful and business like manner. It was a pleasure to have him working for me

, WA13

07 Feb 2019


Mick and his whole team are great. Excellent communication from start to finish. High standard of work and done quickly. Came in exactly on budget even having unexpectedly been able to clear all the old asphalt. Couldn’t recommend them highly enough.

, SK11

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Approved Rubber Roofing Contractors Ltd answered questions about Plumber in Stoke on Trent

's question
Mon 22 Feb 2016 11:18am

I live on the seafront, in a first floor flat, in a building built c. 1900. The flat has a bay window in the living room, which has a felt roof on it. The roof is leaking, quite badly, and so needs replaced. It was re-felted 2 years ago and painted with a silver reflective paint...required as it's on the seafront, and to reflect the sun. Should the roof last longer than the two years, or is this an indication that it has been shoddily done? To replace the roof, I am looking at taking everything off...wooden base, felt etc...and then re-doing it. However, what is the best substance to put on the roof? I can't put tiles on it, as the building is symmetrical and there would be no tiles at the other side, plus there may be issues with planning / conservation area status. Any advice would be great.

  • Michael Nixon's Answer
    Tue 15 Mar 2016 18:45pm

    Bay windows can be tricky, is it definitely the roof that is leaking? It shouldn't leak after 2 yrs, does the water enter by the wall above the opening to the bay, or window? If its the former it could be a problem with brickwork or cladding or even at the eaves of the tiled roof. Its difficult to say without seeing it just hope this gives you a few ideas rgds Mick Approved Rubber Roofing Contractors Ltd

's question
Wed 24 Feb 2016 8:24am

My kitchen extension has a solid concrete roof 6" thick by 11ft lomg x4ft wide. This cold weather has shown up the problems with it. Freezing cold kitchen . The roof is sound with no leaks or faults but has no insulation. I would like to turn it in to a 'warm' roof by building a new roof on top of it. I have to walk on the roof a couple of times a year to empty and clean gutters as it is a two story house.

  • Michael Nixon's Answer
    Tue 15 Mar 2016 18:41pm

    Hi David, Apologies for the slow reply I've only just checked ask an expert, the best solution is as follows and will comply with building regs (an absolute must these days). If the existing felt is sound then overlay fully adhered insulation Kingspan TR27 150mm with 6by2 timbers to perimeter edges. Install 300mm deep upvc fascias to cover concrete and insulation upstand. Fit gutters and waterproofing membrane, we use EPDM with a 20yr guarantee. Fit trims and flashings. Need to look out for waste pipes etc we have done quite a few like this, I like to think it turns a concrete outhouse into a flat roofed extension. Rgds Mick Approved Rubber Roofing Contractors Ltd

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