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New Roof Installations in West Midlands

Roofs may get holes, cracks, and gaps over time, which can cause leaks, shrinkage of the roof membrane, and other problems. If these problems are minor, they can be fixed, but if they get bigger, a complete roof replacement is required. To ensure the excellent installation of the new roof, a company with years of industry experience and craftsmanship is required.

  1. Tomic Roofing LTD, a leading company providing premium-grade services of new roof installations in West Midlands for over 16 years, is here to assist you with all your installation and replacement needs. Providing you with a number of design and material options, we give you an opportunity to create a bespoke roof, reflecting a personalised touch.

Different Types of Roof Material

Asphalt and Asphalt Fibreglass Shingles: They are a popular choice for sloped roofs due to their ease of installation, durability and affordability. Available in a variety of colours, they resemble wood and slate.

Wood Shakes and Shingles: While wood products are more aesthetically pleasing than other options, they do require more upkeep. They are usually constructed of cedar, which naturally resists rot and insect damage.

Concrete and Clay Tiles: These materials can be used to enhance a variety of architectural designs. These roofs are not advised for locations with freezing temperatures; instead, they work best in dry, hot conditions.

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Solar Roofs and Shingles: Building-integrated photovoltaics is a revolutionary photovoltaic technology that is shaped in line with asphalt shingles and seamlessly integrated into the asphalt shingle roof.

Energy-Efficient Shingles: These improve energy efficiency and roof life in addition to providing standard roof protection, including UV damage prevention, resulting in lower energy bills, less demand for air conditioning, and a cooler roof surface temperature.

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Missing or Damaged Roof Tiles: If you spot leaks or signs of water damage, it’s likely due to missing or cracked roof tiles. If this issue has extended across the roof, you must replace the entire roof.

Sagging Flat Roofs: Extreme weather can cause roof boards to break under the weight of water, leading to a sagging roof. This poses a danger to your home’s interior, necessitating an immediate roof replacement.

Daylight Penetrates Roof Boards: If you see sunlight filtering through gaps in your roof boards from inside your home, consider replacing your roof immediately.

Roof’s Life Expectancy: If your roof is nearing the end of its life expectancy or is in a bad condition, replace it to prevent interior damage.

Holes, Cracks, and Punctures on a Flat Roof: Flat roofs are prone to holes, punctures, cracks, or gaps along the edges due to extreme weather; you may need a roof replacement.

New Roof Installations in West Midlands

New Roof Installation Cost

Generally, the cost of a new roof installation is around £5000 to £17000. However, there are a few factors that may have a significant impact on the price, including:

  • Removal of the old roof
  • The size of your home
  • The roof material
  • The roof design
  • Labour cost

Handling Your New Roofs

Whether you need to install a new roof or replace the existing one, we can provide excellent solutions to meet your needs using a wide variety of highest quality materials.

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Owing to incredible durability and little to no maintenance needs, concrete tiles are the most cost-effective roof option. 

The most common roof styles include:

  • Gable Roof
  • Hip Roof
  • Gambrel Roof
  • Skillion Roof
  • Shed Roof
  • Dutch Gable Roof
  • A-Frame Roof
  • Lean-To Roof
  • Pyramid Roof

To know the precise cost of roof replacement, get in touch with our team, discuss your particular requirements, and receive an instant quote.

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