Peak Roofing are professional and highly-rated roofers operating in Brinsley and the surrounding areas. We’ve spent over two decades establishing ourselves and building an enviable reputation within the building and roofing industry. Throughout this time, we have carved out a name that is synonymous with first rate workmanship and unmatched customer service.
Our prices are always competitive and our team are dependable, knowledgeable and enthusiastic about delivering only the very best new roofs, roof repairs and roof maintenance services.
Roofing Installation in Brinsley
The expertise and performance of our specialist roofing team is one of the many factors that set us apart from the rest. We’re highly-skilled, fully qualified and clued up on all of the best roofing materials. We can also create every one of the most popular styles and suggest the best fit for your home or business based on its age, construction and shape.
Our team is made up of specialists and experts who take pride in everything they do. We’ve got renowned carpenters who have knowledge of different roofing materials and understand what is needed for great roof work. Our roofers have very good attention to detail and have all the training in how to use the latest tools and methods.
We can handle any project, installing bespoke roofs for new builds and also on loft-converted properties. If you like, we’ll also replace old roofs on existing buildings. Overall, we can do whatever you need us to do, in a professional and friendly manner.
Local Roofing Services
Peak Roofing provides the full range of roofing services, all carried out by our excellent, licensed, and insured roofers.
When you need a new roof, we can build something from scratch or replace an existing roof on your property or building. Make your choice from one of our many styles and materials to get the right match for you.
Roof Repair Emergencies
Our emergency roof repairs include restoring lost tiles, slates or damaged shingle. We can also help you with damaged masonry and even replace roof sections after a fire. For flat roofs, we can patch up a leak and prevent further water ingress.
Soffits and Fascias
Most people consider fascias to be purely decorative, but they actually serve an important function in regulating the heat of your home. Similarly, soffits are small round holes that prevent moisture accumulation and allow for air flow.
Together, along with guttering, these all form part of your roofline which we can restore and replace for you when needed.
This service removes your old roof and puts a new one in its place. When we re-roof your premises, you have the choice of changing the style and materials or keeping it as it was.
Replacement guttering and repairs
Guttering is built to be lightweight and easy to install, but, with this, comes the fact that it’s easily damaged and can need replacing more often than other aspects of your roof.
If your commercial or residential guttering is damaged beyond repair we can change it for you.
It’s a good idea to get a professional team like Peak Roofing to conduct regular roofing maintenance to ensure that everything remains as it should. This will also keep it looking great as we carry out a thorough clean, removing debris, leaves, mould, algae, moss and lichen.
It also helps us spot missing tiles and other damage that might not be visible from the ground.
Different roofs, different needs
A roof that slopes downwards from a central ridge. Very common. Perhaps the most popular roof style on your street. People like these roofs and have used them for years. You can’t go wrong with a pitched roof. Because they are angled, rain runs down them. Particularly appealing to people who have a preference for a dry roof over one that is either sodden, drenched, saturated or a little damp.
Slate roofs are like tiled roofs but they use slates instead of tiles. This is great if you like slates and not tiles. Slate is a natural stone and has been trending for centuries, so you know it’s good! Despite its name, slate is very loyal and reliable and will never let you down.
Everyone enjoys tiles (except people who prefer slates). They’re really useful as they can cover a large area quickly. It’s very satisfying to put them together as they’re tactile and give off a non-offensive clink when they make gentle contact. You’ll be delighted when you hire a professional team like Peak Roofing to tile your roof, because when you look up it will seem as though you have had a pleasant terracotta puzzle installed on the top of your home.
In the same way that some people believe the Earth is flat, a lot of people falsely believe that flat roofs are also flat. In reality, they actually have a slight angle on them to allow for proper drainage. Although the root of this misconception is heavily debated by historians, the prominent hypothesis is that this conspiracy stems from a smear campaign that took place in the early 80’s. Despite this, flat roofs have managed to restore their reputation as being resilient, long-lasting, easy to repair and versatile. They can be made from felt, tarmac, rubber, fibreglass and corrugated metal.
Contrary to what the name suggests, fibreglass actually contains no fibre and can cause quite a few issues if ingested. These roofs are actually made from small glass fibres and high-strength plastic which, unfortunately means they can’t be recycled with the tins. However, you won’t need to worry about this as they generally last between 20-30 years depending on their lifestyle choices. When installed they have a buttery smooth surface which means you will have to make a real effort to avert your gaze elsewhere. They are also low-maintenance, and, despite their apparent superficiality, have remarkable substance and a charming degree of depth.
As you may have picked up by now, one of the main reasons to always choose professionals when looking for roofing services is that the naming system is an absolute minefield. Felt roofs are not made of felt in the traditional sense and would prove thoroughly useless as haberdashery. Instead, the main materials used are bitumen fibrous membrane and sand. Brilliant for keeping rain out, not so good for handmade greeting cards.
Rubber roofs are actually made of rubber, which won’t make them bouncy, but it will make them waterproof, hardwearing and strong. Rubber is also known for its buoyancy which will give you and your family instant access to a large floatation device should you live in an area that is susceptible to flooding.
Their composition means they are unlikely to swell during intense heat or crack when the temperature drops. A superb choice for industrial buildings, commercial flat roofs or residential garages.
Local Roofing Company Brinsley
Peak Roofing is a local roofing authority in Brinsley. Our experience extends across the span of 20 year, in which time we have built a name for being reliable, affordable and unmatched when it comes to a quality finish.
Our roofing solutions are wide-ranging and we always offer free, no-obligation estimates for all jobs, regardless of the size of your project.
Get in touch with us today to get started on your project and see how you can assist you with your roofing needs.