Tile Roofs in Clacton-on-Sea
Clacton-on-Sea CO15 Tiled Roof Specialists
Tile roofing is one of the most popular roofing materials used in the UK. Roof tiles are available in a wide range of colours, textures and shapes to suit your Clacton-on-Sea property.
Here at Best Rated Roofers, our tiled roofing experts can install a traditional or modern looking roof to the highest of standards using a variety of tiles including terracotta, concrete and slate. We can help you choose the best type of tiled roof to suit both your Clacton-on-Sea property and budget.
Over the years we have installed tiled roofs in Clacton-on-Sea CO15 on a range of different buildings, from 3 bedroom residential homes to listed and period properties. Our experienced roofers provide free surveys to assess your roof’s condition and can swiftly and expertly carry out the necessary work to restore your roof and it’s all fully guaranteed.
Clacton-on-Sea Roofing Experts
Why choose Best Rated Roofers for your tiled roof in Clacton-on-Sea CO15?
The majority of our works are recommendations from previous customers, which is a testament to our customer service and workmanship.
With complete customer satisfaction as our primary focus, we work hard to ensure quality and reliability so that you have peace of mind that your roofing project will be completed to the highest possible standards.
With £1million public liability insurance, competitive prices and our skilled workforce, we remain the preferred roofing contractors in Clacton-on-Sea
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- Flat Roofing
- Tile Roofers
- Slate Roofing
- Rubber Roofing
- Felt Roofing
- Domestic Roofing Services
- Roof Repairs
- Fascias & Soffit Installation
- Gutter Repairs & Installers
- Chimney Repairs & Leadwork
Frequently Asked Questions in Clacton-on-Sea
Leaks are often the first sign that something is wrong. Make sure you inspect your roof and gutters twice a year. Look for cracked, warped or missing shingles or tiles or excessive surface granules accumulating in the gutters – these can all be visible signs that your roof has a problem. Indoors you should look out for bubbled or peeling wallpaper, cracked paint, discoloured plasterboard or anything out of the norm. Remember, the longer you leave a problem the more expensive the solution can become.
You’d be surprised. When you factor in cost per year of use, tile roofs are the same or less expensive than several other roofing materials. Both concrete and clay tile roofs outlast most other types of roofing and many clay roofing tiles have remained functional and beautiful for a very long time.
A concrete or clay tile roof can reasonably be expected to outlast the building it protects. With that in mind, most manufacturers offer warranties of 50 years or more.
Tile roofs are very good insulators. The combined effect of roof tiles, decking and air space between the tiles allows for better air circulation and reduces direct heat transfer by up to 50%.
Clay and concrete tiles require very little maintenance and rarely needs any treatment. If necessary, professional roof cleaning can be done to remove moss or other dirt and debris as and when needed.
This depends on a variety of factors such as size, complexity, location, product, fittings etc. As a guideline, re-roofing a typical semi-detached property with clay tiles could cost anything between £3500 and £5500. Contact us and we will be happy to offer a free site survey and quote.
Just because your roof has a leak does not mean it needs a complete re-fit. A leak usually stems from a loose, broken or cracked roof tile. However, a complete roof system failure or a generally unsafe roof will need a complete re-fit.