Roofing Repairs & Cleaning
Trusted Roofing Professionals for over 10 years
We provide roofing repairs and cleaning services to clients across the UK, find out more today!
Do you have a commercial roof in need of repair or replacement?
Like anything, roofs can get damaged and begin to cause problems over time. Unfortunately, a roof is often one of the things that property owners forget about, as most of the time the damage or issues cannot be seen until it's too late - i.e. it's leaking or broken.
With over 10 years worth of commercial roofing experience, DGR Building Maintenance are a trusted partner for clients across the UK in providing repair and cleaning services to ensure that roofing issues don't escalate into something more serious.
We're a team of responsible and reliable commercial roof specialists who can provide services from cleaning to full roof replacement and provide full guarantees on any work that we provide.
Do you provide roof maintenance as part of a planned or preventative maintenance plan?
Whether you have a roofing issue already, either an emergency roofing repair or one that needs review and resolution, DGR can provide roof maintenance either on an ad-hoc basis or as part of a wider planned and preventative maintenance contract.
Unfortunately roof lifespans vary, but with the correct maintenance and cleaning you can extend the life of a roof and prevent costly emergency repairs - as long as they are cared for properly. We've been providing roof cleaning and maintenance services across a wide range of sectors including large warehousing and industrial units to smaller retail premises.
What types of roofing do you cover?
We cover all standard commercial roof types, for example flat roof, shingle roof and metal roof options often seen on larger industrial properties. We can also provide and maintain cladding, guttering and waterproofing.
Our roofers can repair, refurbish, restore and re-roof to the highest quality.
How often should a roof be inspected?
As a minimum, ideally twice a year - usually before and after the winter months which is when most issues are caused. We also recommend that roofs are inspected after any serious weather, such as storms, hit the building as strong winds and torrential rain can create problems.
As part of our planned and preventative maintenance agreements, roof maintenance and cleaning can be included as part of the SLA and we'll discuss the options with you at the proposal stage.
Do you provide roof installation and what is a rubber roof?
Yes, and since 2012 we've been providing rubber roofing to a range of clients across the UK.
A rubber roof, more commonly known in the roofing industry as EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer) roofing is where a roof has been made or covered using rubber panels, glued into place.
A rubber roof is often a good solution for a large area as the cost of this type of roofing is often lower than traditional roofing, and can be easily and quickly repaired when damaged either through the use of special rubber taping or liquid rubber.
And because rubber roofing has far fewer seams than traditional roofing, it means there are less chances of water damage as there is fewer places for eater to get into.
Modern rubber used in roofing is also not susceptible to damage from the sun such as ultravioilet rays, meaning that a rubber roof if properly maintained can last a long time.
Rubber roofs also need less maintenance longer term, although they do need to be painted with an acrylic paint roughly every ten years.
From an environmental perspective, rubber roofing is also a great choice as the material used is made from recycled materials - and if not, the impact on rubber production is quite low. And once the roof has come to the end of it's life, it can be 100% recycled, perhaps even into further rubber roofing.
One further advantage a rubber roof provides is that it's completely fire resistant, making it safe in lightning storms and in the event of a fire in the property.
Finally, rubber roofing is a great insulator, reducing your heating expenditure and also reducing the need for air conditioning units.