Roofing all around Poole

We are roofers in Poole working in Hamworthy, Broadstone, Parkstone, Branksome and also Sandbanks.

Areas In and around Poole

Here’s a list of just some of the areas around Poole that we cover with our roofing services;

  • Hamworthy
  • Oakdale
  • Waterloo
  • Broadstone
  • Parkstone
  • Branksome
  • Sandbanks
  • Westbourne
  • Upton
  • Canford Cliffs
  • Creekmoor
  • Corfe Mullen
  • Many More..

Roofer PooleThe reality is if you have a Poole Postcode we’ll cover you for the quote and services you need. What’s more, our quotes are absolutely free and are no obligation.

That means even if you’re just wanting to price up some work we can come and tell you exactly how much it’s going to be and how long your job might take.

Tasks related to roofs

We’re open to taking on any tasks related to roofs, chimneys, and guttering. As well as this we also offer a loft insulation service as well.

Our team is friendly and our prices are competitive. You won’t find another roofing service in the Poole area with a crazy work ethic like we have. Without rushing, we’ll steam through any task that needs completing. Always with providing the desired finish in mind, every time.

Call and speak to us today and find out why so many homes and businesses in the Poole and surrounding areas trust roofers of Poole with their roofing, guttering, chimney, and even loft insulation services.

Roofing materials and resources

We have a range of materials and resources available for you to choose from. No matter your preference, we can accommodate your tastes in line with the repairs and/or installation your require. No hassle quote. Meet our friendly roofers who can offer expertise for all your roofing needs and answer any questions you may have.

We offer a high-quality service regardless of your roofing problems. We are customer-focused and understand the stress that comes with roof repair in your home. We guarantee to fix any problem as quickly and efficiently as possible. Contact roofers of Poole today!

We do roofing services, roof repairs, cleaning, moss removal, tiles, ridge tiles, flashing, cladding, extensions, chimney repairs, slate roof repairs, guttering, battens, membranes.


Some homeowners make the mistake of waiting a long time to fix a leaking chimney. They realize that water doesn’t affect much and that there are other places to put their money. It’s a bad idea. Water can affect a lot of things over the course of a building’s structure and it gets worse as humidity stays there longer.

When you come to know that your chimney is leaking, you should notice some of the surface effects. It is best to call a chimney repair service to resolve the problem. There are certain reasons why chimney leaks should be repaired without delay.

Water is important for life itself, but it is often a powerful force of destruction when even a small amount is in the wrong place for too long. Bricks that deteriorate near the flashing or faulty sealants are some of the common causes of chimney leaks.

Chimney leak

Water seeps between the metal flashing as the chimney and travels to the wooden roof decking. Water damages the roof decking and may cause you to want to replace your roof. Getting leaks fixed quickly is the only way to prevent your leaking chimney from damaging your roof.

When water enters the home from a chimney leak, it follows the trail of the slightest effort. Water appears indoors in strange places. It can descend from a rafter to form a puddle above the ceiling in the next room, or drip along the electrical wires and find it through your fuse box.

Wherever it goes it has an impact on your home. Some homeowners believe that leaking chimneys inside the fireplace are less urgent than if they are leaking elsewhere. Leaks that accumulate in the fireplace may not cause electrical fires, but they can make your fireplace rust and make it fully useless sometimes.


Water build-up occurs if your roof is not level, and as a result, water collects in the pits, adding pressure to parts of the roof. Movable foundations can cause your roof to not look the way it was when it was built. The accumulated water can start to cause the growth of mold and algae.

A pond is defined as a pool of water that remains visible on the flat roof 48 hours after a rain. While building owners may begin to notice the dilemma of water accumulation, the difficulty may have started when the flat roof was first installed.

When water collects on the flat roof, the pool of standing water can seriously compromise the integrity of the roof structure. Even flat roofs that have sufficient drainage can experience puddles in some areas due to damage from weather events, such as hail, snow, or windstorms.

Harmful effects of peddling

Water that remains for long periods of time on a flat roof causes several harmful effects. In short, moisture breaks down the coating on the roof; roof membrane joints are easily damaged; and unprotected roofing felts are severely damaged.

Here are explanations of harmful effects of peddling: Paddling on a flat roof exposes roof coverings to prolonged moisture. Standing water affects the stability of the roof covering over time. The coating begins to break down under the sun’s harmful UV rays, which heat the standing water on the roof.

Damage occurs when standing water makes its way through the joints of the roofing membrane. As the pool water warms up with the ease of the sun, these areas become vulnerable to leaks.

The water also acts like a hand glass, focusing damaging sunlight on roof components. Any type of roofing membrane will suffer serious damage when submerged under standing water creating severe damage for your home.


Holes in the attic are pathways to create leaks. You can do minor patches to keep the water from rushing through the paths but the constant leaking will damage roof membranes and wall framing day by day. it becomes worse, when leak crawls into other parts of the house creating more damage.

They can reach electrical wiring. Damp electrical cables are fire hazards. When you see shingles or sections of your roof blistering, the difficulty may be due to improper installation or may be the result of recent damage.

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