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BCD Roofing give you a professional,friendly service.We pride ourselves on customer satisfaction with reliability,honest pricing and a great job first time,every time.Flat roofing,tiling/slating,lead,upvc fascia.Free insurance backed guarantee available.

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BCD ROOFING rated for Bricklayer in Southampton


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163 total ratings 3 last 30 days 12 last 6 months 23 last 12 months

11 Sep 2018


Keen price, fitted the job in quickly, looks good. ticks every box, first class.

, SO40

16 Sep 2018


Very helpful and professional

, SO16

06 Aug 2018


Really helpful and friendly, gave clear advice and explained everything in detail to me. I was lucky enough to have the repairs completed in under 24 hours from initially making contact. I would definitely look to get Bryan back to do additional work in the future.

, SO19

20 Aug 2018


Good quote.....carried out efficiently and quickly....professional tradesman and pleasant

, SO30

16 Aug 2018


Very professional, competent and pleasant. Work done cured the problems perfectly. Explained the work clearly and provided photos before and after. Will use again as necessary.

, SO51

05 Jun 2018


Very easy to talk to, Prompt visit and and has given fair estimate. Job quickly done. Im well satisfied with the repair and will be happy to recommend! Thank you Bryann!

, SO16

17 May 2018


I found Bryan to be professional and efficient and he wasn't patronising when dealing with a woman. would recommend

, SO19

16 May 2018


Excellent. Came out within a few days and work done to a high standard. Thanks! Jon

, SO19

28 Apr 2018


Very good service, had a leak due to a cracked tile and some lead coming loose, was fixed same day. Thanks Claire

, SO53

18 Apr 2018


Very prompt response, job well done.

, SP6

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BCD ROOFING answered questions about Bricklayer in Southampton

's question
Wed 8 Nov 2017 04:25am
Had a survey done on a house I am buying which came back saying that the felt in the loft is in very poor condition. There is a photo in the report with what looks like lots of holes in the felt where you can see straight through to the roof tiles. My question as a first time buyer is how serious of an issue is this and what are the potential costs for repairing/replacing the felt? Thanks
  • BRYAN Dimmick's Answer
    Thu 9 Nov 2017 17:11pm
    If you ever have any broken roof tiles with damaged under felt then its possible you can have a really bad leak. There are still many roofs in the UK without any under felt but the same applies,you will have an unforgiving leak if any tiles/slates are badly damaged. Surveyors will strongly advise to replace the damaged under felt with a new breathable membrane. This does require a full scaffold,all.of the existing roof tiles to be removed,remove all of the tile/slate battens and any hip/ridge tiles first. So this is an expensive process,perhaps look for a property with a roof in a better condition,and or get some local roofers in to advise. If you are in the process of purchasing you can see if the current owners will adjust the house price to cover any necessary costs. Thankyou, BCD Roofing Southampton
's question
Thu 9 Nov 2017 11:21am
Im looking for a durable carpet as i have a pet and the old one is ruined any advice on a certain type
  • BRYAN Dimmick's Answer
    Thu 9 Nov 2017 17:04pm
    I advise you to source your local carpet right store or a local carpet fitter for their advice. A loop pile carpet will certainly get pulled apart quickly so aviod that. A high density scotchguarded carpet that can be purchased from any good carpet store should do the job.

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