ATT Building & Roofing Services Ltd provide a full roofing service to the Balloch area.
Roofing materials are tough stuff and made to last a long time. But they are fallible and can have weaknesses that lead to problems with your roof. And being where they are located, it can be hard to spot the problem until water is pouring into the attic or leaking through the ceiling. Therefore, regular checks of the roof are an important part of making your roof last the longest time.
One of the biggest problems on a roof is one of the most visible ones – moss. Moss can grow in the tiniest crack and expand itself to a considerable size. As it does this, it can push tiles apart, open a small crack into a problem and also lead to too much water pooling on the roof in the wrong places. Therefore, spotting that moss is growing and removing it in a timely manner is the best course of action.
Another common problem with roofing in Balloch are when tiles are cracked after lots of snow or rain. When the temperature is cold, the water freezes and expands, creating a crack in the tile that remains once the ice melts. This crack then continues to expand as the weather cools and warms until a hole is created that water can flow through.
Regular roof maintenance cannot guarantee to stop every problem but can reduce the chance that the problem will worsen and lead to a leak into the attic or other damage. Therefore, most roofing experts recommend checking the roof at least every twelve months.
Please contact us to discuss your roofing requirements.
"Scott is one of the most reliable tradesmen I have dealt with over the years. I required a roof repair and roughcasting to be replaced. He was contactable by phone and email, always replying in a timely manner.
His attention to detail and knowledge was second to none. The completion of my job was held up due to adverse weather, however, Scott e-mailed me on a regular basis to advise when he hoped to be on site and complete the job.
I would have no hesitation using him in the future and recommending him to my family and friends."