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Hi I'm looking for roofer/builder to replace the flat roof on my porch and slate roof on my outhouse. ANyone know of any good builders who won't be expensive - I don't need a perfect outhouse, just a roof that won't cave in!

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Hi,

We would Highly reccommend JTB roof & build.

Call John on 07791326848

Regards

Mark(Providence Design)

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Yes, me.

We specialise in GRP flat roof solutions. Slightly dearer than felt but guarenteed for 20yrs.

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A couple of slates need fixing on my roof, can anyone recommend anyone in the Chapeltown area that might turn up for such a small job please?

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A couple of slates need fixing on my roof, can anyone recommend anyone in the Chapeltown area that might turn up for such a small job please?

 

Our team is sponsored by "A Baxtor roofing" give them a call m8

Not got number handy but think its on masons website OR its in phone book

(little tip) say you seen it on masons website they may knock something off:)

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If it's the same Baxters they are great!!!!

 

Always quick, tidy and sort the problem without charging shed loads!!!!!

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We've always used Top Tile Roofing-Tel 07761789282

Reliable, Tidy and Reasonable

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Yes i know a roofing company in ecclesfield, BDS roofing services...could get a number if needed?

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Cheers for the info, the roof is only 20 years old, I hope it last for many more years to come. I only need two slates replacing. I would do it myself as they are at the bottom of the roof and can be reached without having to get on the roof, but I haven't a clue how to do it

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