Ensure Your Roofline Is Safe For Santa This Christmas

December 10, 2012 9:00 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Now is around the time, if you haven’t already, that you blow the dust off those Christmas decoration boxes, unravel the tinsel and fairy lights and go searching for that festive fir tree. Amongst all this preparation, however, you may forget about whether a certain Mr. Christmas will be safe to park his sleigh upon your roof.

Unsurprisingly, this time of the year is when our roofs and roof repairs are most prone to damage. Here at GLS Windows, as well as providing and fitting quality windows and doors, we also deal in the repair and replacement of roofline products such as Fascias, Soffits and Guttering. We take all aspects of our services into great consideration and are as dedicated to every individual project as the next one.

Operating in the Leicester and Birmingham areas, we understand that importance of regular roofline maintenance and that some people may neglect the condition of their roofs. Our team of highly skilled and experienced roofers will provide you with an all-round service improving the look of your property as well as your safety.

Our roofline service includes:

The removal of all old Fascias, Soffits and Gutters as well as the installation of your new full replacement available in a range of styles, colours and finishes.

The stripping back of old felt and first 3 rows of tiles to replace plastic membranes, trays and vents.

A workmanship guarantee of 10 years.

Following a timely and well-executed diagnosis, our qualified team will be on hand to solve your window, door, conservatory and roofline problems. From security upgrades to broken glass replacements to replacement door and window hinges, we will be able to effectively and efficiently amend your problems as well as offering expert and honest advice.

For more information on our roofline services as well as a look at our extensive range of windows, doors and conservatory, check out our website or fill out an online contact form with your inquiry.

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