New Roofs & Roof Repairs
Switch Electrical & Building Contractors Ltd provide a complete roofing and home insulation service for both residential and industrial customers. Our skilled staff have extensive knowledge and experience covering new roofs, roofing repairs, tiling, chimney refurbishment, flat roofing renewal and repairs, UPVC fascias and guttering.
Flat Roofing is our business and our experience covers all aspects and disciplines. We can do re-roofing, new builds, domestic, commercial, basement waterproofing and all related services. We carry out detailed surveys of existing roofs to establish causes of failures and advise on specifications.
We cater for all types of roofs including asbestos, steel, and flat roofs. If you’re troubled with ongoing leaks or thinking of having a new roof then please contact us about our free no obligation survey quotation service. We don’t only deal with roofs. We know all about the associated problems with gutters, down pipes, cladding, skylights, internal plaster boards and lining. Whatever your requirements we can help. We provide a quality service that will last for many years.
Fiberglass roof panels were launched in the 1930s and even now, are still among the most famous forms of roofing today. This is possibly because of their durability as well as their appearances. As the name implies, fiberglass roof panels are created out of glass fibers which are thin. The high force of the glass fibers is pressed together with the organic resin in order to generate the fiberglass panels. If you wish to have the perfect roofing for you patio or greenhouse, the fiberglass roof panels can be an excellent option.
Soffit Boards / New UPVC Replacements
UPVC is one of the most popular choices in the UK today with 85% of buildings benefiting from this cost effective, highly durable, environmentally friendly, safe, secure and robust product. It is now widely recognised that the maintenance burden and the technical performance of timber, especially for roofline, is no longer acceptable when compared with UPVC.