Friday, 8 January 2016

Roof Repairs Bristol

Roof Repairs

For roof repairs in Bristol & Bath, we are one of the most reasonably priced and reliable roofing contractors in the industry. We understand that your roof is an essential aspect of your property and ensuring it is well maintained it important. With years of experience in providing various roof repairs, you can rely on the help of AMAC Roofing to ensure your roof is in great condition all year round.

Roofing problems can come in all shapes and sizes and, as an expert roofer, we can provide solutions to suit a wide range of requirements. It is important to ensure roofing problems are dealt with promptly and effectively. Therefore we work quickly but carefully to ensure that your roofing system is restored safely and efficiently.

Why Choose AMAC Roofing & Construction?
Rapid Response
Competitive Quotes
Highly Experienced
Bespoke Solutions
Fully Qualified Team
   
Roof Repairs Bristol www.amac-roofing.co.uk

Our reliable roof repairs are offered throughout Bath, Bristol and all surrounding areas. We have worked within these areas for many years and throughout that time have developed a positive reputation for the great solutions we provide.
We have proven to be rapid in our response and friendly in our approach ensuring that each job is completed on time and within budget. Our team ensure to provide consistent progress reports throughout each job so that our customers can feel confident and fully understand the work that is being carried out.
Our competitive pricing policy combined with our expert tradesmen and focused approach promises an unbeatable service that is both reliable and affordable. We are able to tailored and adapt our services to meet any bespoke requirements for roof repairs Bristol.
If you require the professional help of a qualified roofer, get in touch with AMAC Roofing today. We are always happy to help and can provide free quotes before undertaking any work. With our dedicated and dependable team, you can expect only the best.
What Do Our Services Include?
With our extensive knowledge and experience within the industry we are able to offer a broad range of services including the following:

• Roof Repairs Bristol
• New Roofs Bristol
• Flat Roofs Bristol
• Flat Roofing Bristol
• EPDM Roofing Bristol
• Fibre Glass Roofing Bristol
• Emergency Roofs Bristol
• Roofer Bristol
• New Roofs in Bristol 
• Planned Roof Maintenance
• Roof Repairs in Bristol
• Flat Roofing 
• EPDM Roofing 
• FibreGlass Roofing
• Emergency Call-Out 
• Asphalt & Felt Work 
• Liquid Plastic Coatings
• Roof Surveys 
• Storm Damage 
• Tiling & Slating
• Sheet Lead
• Copper & Zinc Gutters,
• Fascias & Soffits
• Re-Roofing
• Rooflight & Velux Windows
• New Timber Construction Chimney Stacks
• Rendering & Rerendering Planned Roof Maintenance
• Timber Decking & Finishes
• Flat Roofing Bristol
• Liquid Plastic Coatings Bristol
• Roof Surveys Bristol
• Storm Damage Roofs Bristol
• Slate & Tile Roofs Bristol
• Replacement Fascias & Soffits
• Re-Roofing Bristol
• Roof lights Bristol
• Velux Windows Bristol

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AMAC Roofing Bristol www.amac-roofing.co.uk
Email: info@roofsbristol.co.uk
Web: www.roofsbristol.co.uk
Call us today for a FREE quote: 07774448488 or 01179807160
Areas Covered:
• Ashley
• Avonmouth
• Bedminster
• Bishopston
• Bishopsworth
• Brislington East
• Brislington West
• Cabot
• Clifton
• Clifton East
• Cotham
• Easton
• Eastville
• Filwood
• Frome Vale
• Hartcliffe
• Henbury
• Hengrove
• Henleaze
• Hillfields
• Horfield
• Kingsweston
• Knowle
• Lawrence Hill
• Lockleaze
• Redland
• Southmead
• Southville
• St George East
• St George West
• Stockwood
• Stoke Bishop
• Westbury on Trym
• Whitchurch Park
• Windmill Hill
• Bristol city centre
• Arnos Vale
• Ashley Down
• Ashton Vale
• Avonmouth
• Aztec WestSG
• Baptist Mills
• Barrs CourtSG
• Barton Hill, Bristol
• Bedminster
• Bedminster Down
• Bishopston
• Bishopsworth
• Blaise Hamlet
• Botany Bay
• Bower Ashton
• Bradley StokeSG
• Brentry
• Brislington
• Broadmead
• Broomhill
• Burchells Green
• Canons Marsh
• CatbrainSG
• Charlton Mead
• Chester Park
• CheswickSG
• Clay Hill
• Clifton
• Combe Dingle
• Cotham
• Crew's Hole
• Crofts End
• DownendSG
• Eastville
• Easton
• Emersons GreenSG
• FiltonSG
• Filwood Park
• Fishponds
• FrenchaySG
• Golden Hill
• HanhamSG
• Hartcliffe
• Headley Park
• Henbury
• Hengrove
• Henleaze
• Hillfields
• Horfield
• Hotwells
• Kensington Park
• Kingsdown
• KingswoodSG
• Knowle
• Knowle West
• Lawrence Hill
• Lawrence Weston
• Leigh WoodsNS
• Lewin's Mead
• Lockleaze
• Lodge Hill
• Longwell GreenSG
• MangotsfieldSG
• Mayfield Park
• Monks Park
• Montpelier
• Netham
• Newtown
• North CommonSG
• Oldland CommonSG
• PatchwaySG
• Redcliffe
• Redfield
• Redland
• Ridgeway
• Rose Green
• Sea Mills
• Shirehampton
• Sneyd Park
• Southmead
• Southville
• Speedwell
• Spike Island
• St Agnes
• St Andrews
• St Anne's
• St George
• St Jude's
• St Paul's
• St Philip's Marsh
• St Werburgh's
• Staple HillSG
• Stapleton
• Stockwood
• Stoke Bishop
• Stokes Croft
• Totterdown
• Two Mile Hill
• Tyndalls Park
• Upper Knowle
• Victoria Park
• WarmleySG
• Westbury on Trym
• Westbury Park, Bristol
• Whitchurch
• Whitehall
• Whiteway
• WillsbridgeSG
• Windmill Hill
• WinterbourneSG
• Withywood
• Bristol West
• Bristol East
• Bristol South
• Bristol North West

New and old ways of fixing flat roof insulation.

As the warm roof market has progressed standard ways of construction are starting to develop. Fixing down the insulation with long metal screws and or screw nails is becoming a thing of the past.

You can see on this photos that the tops of the warm roof insulation fixings have melted the frost. This is thermal bridging through the fixing.

Thermally broken flat roof fixing So now the new way of fixing the roof insulation is to use a broken thermal fixing, development of the fixings has been on-going for some time and because of the amount of rigid insulation now being fixed to walls “External wall insulation” the manufacturers have had to develop all sorts of thermally broken fixings.
Flat roof insulation fixings thermally broken.

This blue fixing you can see is what we are using on flat roofs today. The metal screw is hidden deep down inside the tube of the fixings this keeps it away from the cold outside, together with the fact that it is surrounded by plastic that is not a good thermal conductor the fixing now stops the transfer of heat.

The use of glue to hold down the flat roof insulation is another method that also has no thermal bridging involved. Sometimes we cannot use thermally broken insulation fixings because we are laying the roof insulation down over a concrete base and then we have to use glue.
One other point that should be taken into consideration is that if you are screwing through your vapour control layer  (VCL) you are making holes into it, and this downgrades its water vapour resistance so a good quality vapour control layer with self-fealing property should be used.

Roofer Bristol 

AMAC Roofing Bristol www.amac-roofing.co.uk
Email: info@roofsbristol.co.uk
Web: www.roofsbristol.co.uk
Call us today for a FREE quote: 07774448488 or 01179807160



3 comments:

  1. Great blog www.amac-roofing.co.uk

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  2. Fantastic blog, I will check out these roofers in Bristol, to see if there any good. I do need some roof repairs before winter comes.

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