Slopping extension tile roof has sprung a leak. No scaffolding needed as its a low roof accessible from back garden.
Area 17x15 sq ft.
Job: 1) Take off all lead work around back extension roof cutting some render off. 2) To remove all tiles 3) Take off all rotten felt and battens
4) Supply and fit new breathable felt 5) supply and fix new treated battens
6) re-tile roof replacing with new where needed. 7) supply and fix new code4 lead around roof 8) supply and fix a bell cast where lead meets main roof 9) to give main roof a full inspection for future reference 10) leave site clean and tidy.
Have a guess how much this will cost. Would be interested in your opinion?
wow!! That's great. The roofer, a company, quoted me £1500. I thought it was a bit high. That's why I came to find suggestions. Aitchbee is on the button with his estimate. Taking what Lotvic has suggested I guess the truth is somewhere between.
You will get what you pay for, you need to find a builder roofer that you can trust and stick with him. not just use him as a crutch just when something goes wrong. treat him fair and he will most likely do the same with you. once you find the correct guy
It depends a lot upon where you live, I don't think that £1500.00 to £2000.00
is unreasonable if you live near London. I would suggest that you get others estimates though as I do not know your circumstances.
Regarding height and safety, I was informed that anything 2 metres or more requires scaffolding. I had a copper pipe installed along a wall, and the plumber/gas engineer refused to do the job unless scaffolding was obtained. He would not use a ladder to install and clip the pipe to the wall "due to safety regulations". Self erect put-together scaffolding arrived two days later, but a different plumber/gas engineer who arrived on that day refused to install the scaffolding and did the work from a ladder. Total waste of hiring scaffolding and having no heating on over the weekend, but I had to abide with what the plumber/gas engineer wanted or did.