Roofing Services in Staffordshire
Our Core Roofing Services
From new or replacement Roofing Services in Staffordshire. Be it tiled or slate roofs, emergency repairs due to poorly maintained roofs or sudden storm damage, for instance. Status Roofing & Maintenance in Newcastle-under-Lyme will ensure that all the necessary works will be completed correctly, and we’ll ensure that no further weather damage occurs to the fabric of your home.
Whether it’s the removal and replacement of broken tiles, the repointing of dislodged mortar, removing and replacing leaking drainage valleys, the replacement of gutter sections or flashings, we offer a professional, bespoke roofing and maintenance service to suit your budget and needs – in and around Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire and South Cheshire. We take care of everything for you.
You’ll see that with Status Roofing & Maintenance, from the very first phone call or consultation, it’s about so much more than ‘just another job’. It’s about helping you to pick the best roofing solution for your family home. We will give you all the time you need, with no sales pressure. We will answer all your questions and will explain all the best roofing options available to you. Why not Call us today for your free no-obligation roof survey and quote?
New Roof Installation or Repairs?
It’s a good idea to have your roof and gutters checked annually to assess whether any repairs need doing or, for more severe roofing problems, to determine if you need to replace the entire roof.
Common repair situations might be when your home or business is experiencing leaks caused by a damaged or missing tile that may have become loose or blown off in the wind. In this situation, replacing your entire roof is not necessary and will only require a repair job to replace the tile.
For homes or premises that experience extensive leaking to the point where their roof is failing to keep out water and has become damaged beyond repair, this is when you really should consider a complete roof replacement to avoid further damage to the main fabric of the building too.