Leeds & District Roofing Services

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 Rain can strike at anytime and leaks can become a problem. We offer a 24 hour emergency call out service, 7 days a week. We aim to be at your home with in 3 hours

We are one of the most reviewed roofing company's online. Our workmanship & customer services are the best in the business 

We have been fitting roofs for over 30 years to a very high standard

Concrete tiles

Tiled Roofs

Slate roofs

Slate Roofs

stone roofs

Stone Roofs

clay roofs in Leeds

Clay Roofs

We have been replacing roofs for over 30 years to a very high standard. We can start by calling round to your home and carrying out a full survey of your roof. We then send a detailed quotation by email which you can read over and if you accept we can then book you in. We pride ourself in working to the best standard possible and on all new roofs come with a minimum 20 year guarantee on completion of the work

Roof Covering

With pitched roofs, there are many different options of materials that you can use to replace your roof. Concrete is the most commonly used in homes today and usually has a life expectance of around 50 - 60 years. Slate roofs require more expertise as compared to roof tiles and are expensive compared to concrete tiles. Slate has a longer life expectancy which is around 100 - 130 years but are harder to repair than concrete. Stone roofs are a significant feature of many historic buildings and providing it is well maintained, a stone roof can last for at least 150 years and possibly even longer. Clay roof tiles are an extremely popular choice, both in new builds and refurbishments, clay roof tiles add a generous touch of character to any roof

Concrete tiles life expectancy - 50 to 60 years

Slate roof life expectancy - 100 to 130 years

Stone roof life expectancy - 100 to 200 years

clay roof tiles life expectancy - 60 to 70 years

Alot of the roofs life expectancy depends on how good the roof was fitted and we have been fitting roofs for over 30 years and have a vast experiance in fitting all kinds of roofs

Materials We Use 

We only use the best roofing materials possible for all jobs we do. The better quility material used the longer the job will last which allows us to give long guarantee with all our work.

Tlx uv25 breathable felt

TLX UV25 165 GSM Breathable felt

We only use tlx uv25 165 GSM breathable felt as this is the best on the market. We have used this breathable felt for over 20 years and we believe there is no better felt out there. 

• Tough roofing underlay with a very high tear resistance.

• High breathability.

• Available in a variety of weights and widths.

• Most popular of all Web products.

• Offers substantial increase in strength and abrasion resistance.

• Can be used between open rafters and on sarking boards.

• Suitable for exposed sites with high winds and snow

Treated Roofing Battens

Our Fully Graded Treated Roofing Batten complies with British Standard BS5534 and is the required batten for roofing applications according to national regulations. We believe an exceptional roof design is the sum of all its parts, meaning that each and every roof component must deliver the highest quality and superb durability. Our roofing battens are treated to provent attack from rotting, fungi and insects, all our roofing batterns are graded to make sure the wood used is of a very high standard and can support the roofing tile or slate used. Fully graded roofing battens are about 30% more expensive than ungraded but the benefits of using graded roofing battens far outweigh the initial cost, regardless of your budget graded battens are becoming a standard requirement on more and more jobs


Treated wooden battens

These are the makes of concrete & clay tiles we use

marley roofing tiles
Russell roofing tiles
Forticrete roofing tiles
Condron roofing tiles
Dry ridge systems

Dry Ridge System

The dry ridge system simply involves fixing ridge and hip tiles to a roof without sand or cement mortar. They are maintenance free and have a life expectancy of around 50 - 70 years, helping to keep maintance work on your roof to a minimum.


It’s long term cost-effective as there will be minimal repairs required if any.

No need to be repointed, saving time and money.

Its fuss-free installation makes it quicker and easier than mortar when following the appropriate guidelines.

It gives a much neater finish, therefore, more aesthetically pleasing.

A breathable membrane below the tiles means less damage caused by condensation or water retention.

It’s been tried and tested in many conditions and can withstand high wind speeds up to 100mph.

It can be installed in all weathers and is UV stabilised


Roof Valleys

We supply & fit both kinds of valleys and we believe both kinds of valleys are as good as each other. When selecting which type of valley you want on your roof, alot of your selection should be based on what style home you have. More older homes have a traditional lead valley and if you want to keep this style we can accommodate this or you can change this to the no maintance GRP valley. Lead valleys will last longer than grp valley but will need regular maintance, which alot more people are opting for grp. The lifespan of a lead valley will be around 60 - 80 years as long as they are fit correctly, the life span of a grp valley is around 40 - 50 years as long as they are fit correctly.

Roof valleys
Concrete Roof Tiles Benefits

Concrete Roof Tiles Benefits

Designed for Long-Term Performance - Available in a Variety of Colors and Styles - Maintain their Color - Long Lasting Protection - Can Sustain High Winds - Economical - Require Limited Maintenance - low costing - Impervious to rot and insect damage - Energy efficient -  Fire resistant - reflects heat away from your home - 50 years life expectancy - Tiles can reduce cooling requirements - Suitable for installation in cyclone areas - Easy to install - Perfect shape stability and dimension stability - Small ecological footprint (raw materials are plenty available and little energy is required for the production)



Slate Materials We use

Welsh slate - Has a lifespan of over 150 years but is very expensive compared to other materials

Spanish Slate -  Has a lifespan of around 30 - 50 years as long as they are graded

Brazilian Slate - Has a lifespan of around 60 - 80 years and normally the are good quility

Canadian Slate - Has a lifespan of around 75 years

Westmorland Green Slate - They have a lifespan of around 150 - 200 years but are very expensive

Burlington Blue Grey Slate - They have a lifespan of around 150+ years

River Slate - They have a lifespan of around

Fibre Cement Slate - Has a lifespan of around 30 - 50 years

Slate Materials We use
Stone roofing tiles

Stone Tiles

There are many diffenent quality stone roofing tiles on the market and choosing the correct material for your home is essential.

Yorkshire stone - Indian stone - Natural stone - Marshfiels stone - Bradstone - Brown stone - Old stone - Natural perbeck

We supply & fit all of the above at affordable prices and our aim is to supply you with the best stone on the market. Slate and stone roofs are a significant feature of many historic buildings. To repair and conserve them successfully necessitates the use of appropriate traditional materials and techniques. We have been udertaking work on stone roofs for over 30 years and we believe we are the best in yorkshire at preserving the roofs of listed buildings. To make a stone roof stand out from the rest we believe the number one factor is the quality of stone that is used. We only buy our stone from the best suppliers out there and all our stone comes with a minimum of 75 years guarantee, meaning our customers can rest assured the job we have done is to a very high standard.


Clay Tiles

Clay roof tiles can be expensive but have a long lifespan. Below are the benefits of clay tiles

Longevity -Clay roof tiles have a longer lifespan than many other materials. These roofs can have a service life as long as a hundred years.

Low Maintenance -Compared to other roofing materials, clay tiles require less maintenance, which can lower the total cost of ownership.

Durability - Clay tiles do not rot and they're fire and insect-resistant.

Insulation - Air freely circulates beneath these tiles, which regulates rooftop temperatures, helping maintain temperatures inside the home.

Weather resistance - Other materials expand and contract to a greater degree when extreme conditions occur. In contrast, clay maintains the roof's integrity by withstanding the most extreme hot and cold weather events. They are also able to resist the harmful ultra-violet radiation from the sun.

clay roofing tiles
Lead flashings

Lead Flahings

There are three main types of flashing that are typically used in roofing applications and they are Apron flashing, Chimney flashing and Step flashing. If fitted correctly they can last for over 100 years, which will normally out live the life span of the roof. At this moment in time there are many lead Substitute on the market which are more cost effective when fitting a new roof and save the customer money. These tend to have a lifespan of around 40 - 70 years depending on which brand is used. This is normally more cost effective as if you are fitting a standard concrete tiled roof to your home, the lifespan of this roof is normally around 50 - 60 years and a lead Substitute will fit into this time span. If you are fitting a slate roof to your home, using lead would be a good idea as the lifespan of a good quality slate is around 150 years. Which ever material is used is dependant on the customers choice and we give a long guarantee on both products, meaning our customers can rest assured when we fit both of these products

Lead - Alto Lead - Easy Lead - Ubiflex - Leadex - Easylead - Ubbink