Worcestershire Roofing

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About Worcestershire Roofing

Worcestershire roofing is a small business based in Kidderminster we aim to expand our business offering good competitive prices. here at Worcestershire roofing we make sure the customer comes first no matter what. (fully trained and insured)

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Worcestershire Roofing rated for Bricklayer in Kidderminster

5

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22 Feb 2018

Roofer

Adam was excellent. Called immediately after posting job and came the following day and completed the work to an excellent standard and price. Thank you ever so much and I will have no problem in using again.

, DY1

07 Mar 2018

Roofer

Cracking genuine lads that got the job done within the timeframe to a very good standard, all for a very reasonable price. Very pleased with result. Recommend

, DY8

10 Jan 2018

Roofer

Adam is a great guy, has a superb attitude and great attention to detail and customer service. Would not hesitate to recommend him, a great find! My thanks Jon

, TF13

22 Oct 2017

Roofer

Excellent work, Strongly recommend! Adam was very professional, efficient and worked very quickly. Would definitely use him again!

, WS10

09 Nov 2017

Roofer

Excellent job, good communication. Would definitely recommend and we even got him to do another job for us. He replaced our asbestos garage roof which was again finished to a high standard. Leaves area clean and tidy too.

, B45

18 Oct 2017

Roofer

replaced previous repair with better quality material, pretty certain I got a good deal, and was able to get to the job the day I applied for it! Grate! Seemed like a realy nice guy too!

, WV3

17 Mar 2017

Roofer

Will always use and will always recommend Adam and his team

, B98

07 Aug 2016

Roofer

I couldn't fault anything,Adam made a great job on my roof at a competitive price would highly recommend him.

, DY13

07 Jul 2016

Roofer

Adam was a really hard worker and did a very high quality job with a very good eye for detail. It is a pleasure to find such a good workman I can't recommend him highly enough.

, B90

29 Jun 2016

Roofer

really pleased first class job polite great bloke checked roof told us what was needed got tiles and completed work very quickly and left it tidy would have no problem recommending him for any work glad i rang him dave b23

, B23

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Worcestershire Roofing answered questions about Bricklayer in Kidderminster

's question
Sat 18 Jun 2016 13:00pm
I used this company last October to do my roof I have a 20 year roof guarantee, the tiles are popping out everywhere. I now cannot get hold of them..
  • adam maiden's Answer
    Wed 22 Jun 2016 22:23pm
    There is a few things you can do you can try trading standards or if you have home insurance you can claim before going threw insurance I would get a free quotation from a trusted trader just in case the job is cheaper than the excess hope this is of some help to you best regards Worcestershire roofing
's question
Sun 19 Jun 2016 20:20pm
I have an air-brick (with vent) in my upstairs bedroom where the original fire obviously used to be and was bricked up. The vent/air brick leads up the chimney however the cowl on the chimney stack has been removed and closed previously. When I got the house there was a stain (not wet) caused by the old (apparently) wooden soakers at the top of the wall (which has the flue behind it) and edge of the ceiling. This wall has been stripped back and reskimmed however a similar sized darkening of plaster occurred however other than feeling potentially slightly colder, the discoloration isn't seemingly wet or damp however when its been raining the room does smell a little damp and of fresh plaster. In winter when we have the heating on considerably more, the windows are usually coated in condensation. Should the chimney be reopened and a small cowl for ventilation be added or is having an air-brick enough and the occurrence of discolored plaster and smell not as a result of (what I believe to be) damp?
  • adam maiden's Answer
    Wed 22 Jun 2016 22:15pm
    I sounds like the soaker system/step flashing is failing if you do not plan on using the chimney I would remove it in to the attic and tile the roof in there should be no chance of a leak or damp but please note removing a chimney may devalue the property slightly and removing chimney in to the attic leaving the top open ther will be a better air flow hope this helps

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Top trades offered by Worcestershire Roofing

Bricklayer

Chimney Building / Repair

Builder

Chimney Building / Repair

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden cladding /Fascias/ Soffits

Loft Conversion Specialist

Velux / Skylight Window