A customer asked us to price to renew a leaking valley to her home in Bishopswood, Brackla, which we gladly did, after accepting our free quotation the fitting team arrived on site to carry out the works required, the customer was so delighted she asked us to renew the opposite valley at her home and also commented on how clean and polite the fitting team were, so much so, that she has told me that if she gets any problems with her main roof or flat roof over the garage she will contact us again and not her previous roofing company.
Congratulations to all the team, a job well done!
Yesterday our fitting team travelled to Treorchy to carry out a fibre glass rpoject for a new customer.
They arrived on site and manufactured a fibreglass box gutter in situ.
Customer very happy and a guarantee issued for the new works carried out.
A new customer contacted us complaining about a roof leak.
He had 2 contractors out to repair the roof and both had failed!
CGF Roofing Contractors put their super cape on, stripped the front main roof, supplied and fitted new breathable felt, 2×1 tanalised roofing battens, and reused the existing tiles, on the ridge line we laminated a fibre glass strip along the ridge line onto the flat roof at the rear of the property, we then fitted a dry ridge system on top of this to seal the roof.
10 year guarantee issued and another happy customer for CGF Roofing
An existing customer of CGF Roofing Contractors contacted us about a leak in the main roof to her home in Penarth, Cardiff.
After an inspection it was reported that the existing felt had huge holes in it and was allowing the water into the roof space.
Our fitting team was sent to the customers home and stripped the back section of the main roof including the old tiled valley, a new valley was installed along with new breathable felt, 2×1 tanalised roofing battens and the exisiting roof tiles were refitted onto the roof.
Another happy customer from CGF Roofing Contractors.
a customer contacted us last night about a leak in the garage roof, it was found to be a piece of trim that was not covered with fibre glass.
The team left this morning and covered the trim with fibre glass and now the leak should stop, however it was noted that the bottom layer of felt which runs onto the garage roof is showing signs of rotting, customer was informed and happy we had carried out the repair.
Well done team.
A previous customer of CGF Roofing from Newport contacted us Friday afternoon and informed us of a roof leak around her chimney stack.
The team was sent out this morning armed with all the necessary materials and equipment, sourced the problem and repaired it straight away.
CGF Roofing are always happy to help our customers, regardless of the size of job, we are a dedicated team and strive to complete all our projects to the highest standard possible.
A new client approached us with a problem, both gable ends of his bungalow were rotten and started to distort and twist, we priced for renewing these timbers, scaffolding was erected but upon starting this work it was noticed that the existing felt under the tiles was also rotten.
The customer asked us to quote for the extra works, which we did and was accepted.
The existing felt & battens on the bungalow were removed, new breathable felt and 2×1 tanalised roofing battens were supplied and installed and the existing roof tiles were relaid, new tanalised timber on the gables installed and new white pvcu fascia’s fitted on top of these timbers, the job has been finished on time, on budget the site was cleaned and CGF has another happy customer from Penperlleni.
A customer contacted us about a leaking roof around the chimney stack area.
After an inspection from our surveying team it was found to be the existing felt (old Bitumen felt) had perished, cracked and had holes through in a wide variety of area’s, the only solution was to strip the entire roof and recover with new Breathable felt.
As the existing tiles were still in very good condition we offered the customer a choice to save money of re-using the existing tiles, so we did this.
existing tiles removed and stored, old felt and batten removed and removed from site, new breathable felt, 2×1 tanalised roofing battens installed, the existing roof tiles relaid and new ridges fitted.
Another happy customer From CGF Roofing Contractors.
Leaking roof on customers house.
Chimney stack was the problem, tiles removed, felt and batten removed, new breathable felt installed, new 2×1 tanalised roofing battens installed, existing tiles replaced and lead work reshaped.
The roof looks like we were never there due to the installation of the existing roof tiles and the leak is no more…..