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C.L.P Roofing

446 ratings read reviews

C.L.P roofing LTD and property maintenance

Reviews and ratings

  • 446 total ratings
  • 9 in the last 30 days
  • 25 in the last 6 months
  • 72 in the last 12 months

446 total ratings | 9 in the last 30 days | 25 in the last 6 months | 72 in the last 12 months

Roofer

Slate & Tiled Roof

26 Aug 2016
26 Aug 2016

I was looking for a roofer. Requested 4 other people prior to CLP who gave me ridiculous quotes between £5k - £10k. One of them told me £3k but when I requested a written quote he said why do you need that. Point is, you need a trusted and reasonable roofer. I found one - CLP - Within a week of posting this job and receiving a written quote the next day, works began the following week. These guys have really done a job well done. Honest, nice and very reliable people. Definitely reccomend these guys.

Roofer

Slate & Tiled Roof

19 Aug 2016
19 Aug 2016

Cain was really great; good communication, lots of information about the job and never any attempt to get me to have extra or unnecessary work done in addition to quoted job. He's very personable and has done a lovely job for a good price.

Roofer

Slate & Tiled Roof

24 Aug 2016
24 Aug 2016

Absolutely no complaints. Turned up right on time and did the job well. Price very reasonable.

Window & Conservatory Specialist

Velux / Skylight Window

19 Aug 2016
19 Aug 2016

Cannot recommend this guy and his team enough. Wouldn't hesitate in requesting his services again on our loft Windows. Thanks so much!

Trades and area covered

Bricklayer

Chimney Building / Repair

Builder

Chimney Building / Repair

Loft Conversion Specialist

Velux / Skylight Window

Plumber

Guttering and Rainwater Pipe

Roofer

Chimney Building / Repair, Flat Roof, Guttering and Rainwater Pipe and more

Window & Conservatory Specialist

Velux / Skylight Window

Handyman

General Maintenance

Expert answers

Loft specilist

Posted by grace gibson on Wed 8 Jan 2014 16:00pm
How much would a loft window cost to install.

Karen Jenkins's Answer

Wed 8 Jan 2014 19:46pm
Depending on size a window round about 980/550 would cost somewhere in the region of £450

Dry verge

Posted by Ruth Cavanagh on Thu 23 Jan 2014 18:50pm
Have been given differing views regarding the preparation/application of dry verge. Should the old cement be removed or not before fixing the dry verge

Karen Jenkins's Answer

Fri 24 Jan 2014 05:54am
Hi there. Old mortar should always be removed and a new timber baton up the side off gable to fix the verges to Thanks