weather-tech roofing

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we are now classed as 'experts' check out our recent and old GENUINE REVIEWS and make your own decision. if you want polite,experienced,friendly and honest team to make your roof beautiful and safe again regards Scott Ryan

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weather-tech roofing rated for Bricklayer in Mansfield

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05 Dec 2018

Roofer

Scott Ryan & his crew were absolutely fantastic. When Scott first came, he outlined what needed doing to our flat roof, and gave us a quote there & then, and told us how long it would take. Obviously, we needed fine weather, and at the first opportunity, he rang and said they were on their way. They came, all 6 of them, and they all worked so hard, and so well together. The job was done in 2 days, and looks great. Need a roofer? Scott & his gang are great. Would recommend them to anyone.

, S14

07 Nov 2018

Roofer

Scott and his workforce were very polite, reliable and punctual. His word is his bond and even when faced with unexpected problems he dealt with them professionally. I was kept up to date with all work undertaken via photos and videos as I was not confident going onto a roof. The work was done to a high standard and looks amazing. I would not hesitate to engage Scott again for other projects.

, NG21

08 Apr 2018

Roofer

Everything done to a very high standard as promised.

, NG9

03 Feb 2018

Roofer

Fab job, sorted really quickly and excellent pricing... would recommend!! Thanks scott ??

, NG17

19 Apr 2018

Roofer

My flat roof was resurfaced with Firestone EPDM and was carried out to a high standard. Scott took time to show me the product and how durable it is as well as other installations. I would recommend him to all friends and family.

, NG15

26 Jan 2018

Roofer

Scott was fantastic. He responded to my job posting and came round at a time that suited me. He explained his findings and possible solutions, the reasons for the costings and order of the work. He got on with the job and cleaned up afterwards. My roof is now water tight and the new soffits and gutters look fantastic. Best looking house in street. Best of all Scott made great suggestions on other aspects of my large renovation Job. My recommendation is that you want Scott do do your Roofing Jobs!

, NG19

31 Aug 2017

Roofer

The 5 star ratings really do this company justice. Scott is friendly, honest, reliable and accommodating and the work is of an exceptionally high standard. Scott replaced an old flat roof with a new rubber roof for me while I was at work and phoned me to inform me of an unforeseen problem after removing the old roof. Scott explained the problem and a solution and didn't charge me any extra for the additional work incurred. I couldn't recommend him more. Thank you Scott.

, DE21

04 Jul 2017

Roofer

Very satisfactory job. Efficient. Full details of job & what was involved given & contact always as agreed.

, NG18

29 Jun 2017

Builder

Really nervous about having to get someone to do such a big job, but Scott explained everything and we had a signed contract we could check against. I would recommend him and his firm to anyone. Absolutely fantastic job. A and O Winter.

, NG5

20 Jun 2017

Roofer

Scott gave us a very good price and was very reliable. He kept us up to date with what was happening and worked around the poor weather to get the job done on time. The work appears to be done to a high standard. Recommended

, NG16

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weather-tech roofing answered questions about Bricklayer in Mansfield

's question
Wed 11 Oct 2017 22:39pm
5M X 150MM ROSEWOOD SHIPLAP CLADDING - BUTT JOINTS IS IT A REQUIREMENT/STANDARD PRACTICE TO FIT BUTT JOINTS AND LEAVE EXPANSION GAPS WHERE LENGTHS OF UPVC CLADDING JOIN? OR IS IT OK TO BUTT LENGTHS TOGETHER WITHOUT A GAP AND USE SILICONE SEALANT OVER THE TOP OF THE JOIN? REGARDS MR FARNSWORTH
  • scott ryan's Answer
    Fri 13 Oct 2017 06:59am
    It should have factory manufactured butt joins apposed to silicone because dark upvc will expand n contract and silicone will look unsightly and crack,shrink,fail with time
's question
Sat 12 Sep 2015 19:49pm
I had a complete re-roof last year from clay tiles to concrete. Does building regulations need to pass the work off and send a certificate? If so, was it the roofers responsibility or mine to contact them?
  • scott ryan's Answer
    Sun 13 Sep 2015 14:40pm
    It's your responsibility however the firm should of made you aware let's hope they strengthened the roof should cost around 200 quid for the please

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Bricklayer

Chimney Building / Repair

Pointing / Repointing

Builder

Garage Conversion

Home improvements

Loft Conversion

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden cladding /Fascias/ Soffits

Floor fitters

External Tiling