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We are a local company with 40yrs of experience from small repairs to full re-roofs and large housing estates. All estimates are free with all new work guaranteed. We are fully insured with public liability to £2 million (policy no. Can be provided)

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SOUTH CHESHIRE ROOFING rated for Bricklayer in Lymm


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24 Jun 2017


They did an excellent job ,on time , and to spec. I recommend them

, WA14

16 Dec 2016


Chris came and looked at job (complete new roof,valleys,facias and guttering). His price was very good.. Did a first class job and it looks fantastic. I cannot recommend him highly enough. If you want to look at what he did speak to Chris and he will give you my address. Graham

, WA4

19 Dec 2016


Chris has made a nice job of my roof and even carried out additional work within the original costing. I wouldn't hesitate to employ Chris again.

, M33

03 Nov 2016


Highly recommended. Competitive price, no unexpected costs. They turned up when they said they would and worked quickly and efficiently. Professional and courteous.

, M33

29 Aug 2016


Job was completed quickly and competently. I would recommend this business.

, M23

24 Mar 2016


Good job with competitive quote, very help with any queries I had would deffo recommend South Cheshire Roofing ????

, WA4

19 Jan 2016


Experience from quote to completion was very good. Good comms and work completed to a high standard. Very pleased. Would highly recommend

, M8

16 Oct 2016


This was a perfect job from start to finish. We were given lots of good advice before, during and on completion of the job. I would 100% recommend and definitely use again.

, WN5

08 Dec 2015


Chris and team were excellent, weather permitting, they were here early and worked to a high standard. Finished on time to the quoted price - no nasty surprises! We are very pleased with the finished job - a full reroof, and would have no hesitation in recommending them.

, M22

17 Nov 2015


Chris and his colleague did an excellent job under very testing weather conditions. The finished job looks superb and he even did a couple of other little jobs at no extra cost. Would definitely recommend to family and friends.

, WA3

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SOUTH CHESHIRE ROOFING answered questions about Bricklayer in Lymm

's question
Tue 26 Nov 2013 10:46am
We have been told that because the roof pitch is only 12degs then the tiles need to be replaced it has been ok for the last four years but now water is running into the cavity at the end of the extension and coming in through the window reviels.Can you recommend a suitable tile to replace these existing ones.
  • Chris Ocego's Answer
    Tue 26 Nov 2013 16:06pm
    Hi The lowest pitch tile you can use is a marley Wessex roof tile but I still think the pitch is to shallow. The only other thing is to strip it off and lay furrings down the spars to increase the pitch. Chris southcheshireroofing
's question
Sat 16 Nov 2013 19:34pm
How can I get rid of roof condensation
  • Chris Ocego's Answer
    Sat 16 Nov 2013 23:07pm
    Hi Janet Have you had your roof insulated recently? You could also try putting vent tiles/slates in to improve air circulation. Hopes this helps Chris @southcheshireroofing

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