At Trinity Roofing we offer regular maintenance of your roof to ensure the overall longevity of the roof and to minimize the likelihood of receiving a nasty surprise when an issue does arise. With a rise in the frequency and extremity of flash storms – roofs, gutter and downpipes that have been poorly maintained can cause severe flooding. This can lead to damaged homes, offices, equipment and other disruptions. Healthy building practice would be to carry out annual roofing inspections to ensure the overall integrity of the roof is being maintained – this is very probably a term of your insurance provider.
At Trinity roofing we offer comprehensive and competitively priced yearly roofing maintenance contracts throughout Edinburgh and the Lothians. Using highly experienced teams of tradespeople who are all directly employed, we provide roofing reports, repairs of leaks and gutter cleaning. Our special works division has developed a reliable and professional reputation by offering full maintenance services to both residential and commercial customers. All of our maintenance services are tailor made to suit everybody’s individual needs and requirements.
Building owners and building managers and occupiers have a responsibility to adhere to annual or bi annual maintenance inspections of their building, including roofs, rainwater pipes and gutters. These matters can sometimes be overlooked amongst daily pressures and constraints.
In some cases – routine roof and gutter cleaning is left to an “odd job man” who may not possess the necessary skills or equipment to prevent falls or potential injury.
Before issuing a quotation for an annual contract, our experienced roofing inspectors will:
Annual or bi-annual maintenance contracts would include:
Our Special Works Division also provides a rapid-response team to support our Major Works Division.
Call our Helpline on 0131 554 7272 for more information.
Should you be in the unfortunate position where a leak occurs at your property, sometimes you will be covered via your insurance company. If this is the case, works would be completed as required with yourself and you could potentially claim via your insurance. Normally this would be caused via the nature of storm damage, however, please be advised that the insurer will decide about the potential claim.