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If you’re looking for roof repair specialists in Burnley, Solution Roofing is here to help. We specialize in all types of roof repairs. From fixing water damage to repairing fire damage, Solution Roofing has the expertise and skills needed to get your roof back up and running as quickly as possible.

Our experienced team will assess the damage so they can create a plan that addresses your specific needs. You’ll be able to enjoy peace of mind knowing that Solution Roofing will take care of everything from start to finish!

Benefits of repairing your roof

Key benefits

Property Value Increase

Your property value will increase once the damage has been fixed, and you’ll avoid having to replace an entire roof, which can be expensive.


Roof repairs are less disruptive than replacing a whole roof because it’s done in sections instead of all at one time. This means homeowners don’t have to worry about being displaced during construction or replacement work for long periods.

When is roof repair not the best option?

Though there are many advantages to opting for this type of solution, Solution Roofing understands that sometimes homeowners need their roofs replaced entirely due to extensive damage or other factors such as age-related wear and tear on older roofs.

Types of roof repairs

Water damage

Water can come in through openings or holes, especially if the roof is not well-sealed. After water damage has been repaired, we recommend that there should be a waterproof coating applied to prevent further leakage and other issues with the roof.

Fire damage

We understand how devastating fire can be, but we also know that many homes can maintain their structural soundness even though part of or all of the roof may need replacement due to damages caused by smoke and flames.

Wind damage

If the roof has been damaged by wind, we recommend you inspect it to see any loose or broken shingles and whether gutters have come off.

Snowfall damage

In many areas of the UK, snow can cause a lot of weight on roofs and ice buildup from thawing waters which may lead to leaks in your home’s walls or ceilings. We understand how important it is for homeowners’ peace of mind to protect their homes. It recommends inspecting your roof after heavy winds and storms to ensure everything stays intact throughout the winter months because all types of weather could prove dangerous for a weakened structure with compromised protection against harsh elements.

Blocked gutters and downpipes

Blocked or clogged gutters can cause water to back up and spill over the side of your house. This could end in leaking, which is costly and dangerous if left unchecked for any amount of time. A blocked gutter will eventually lead to roof damage due to build-up within the structure itself that may go unseen until it’s too late.

Gutter replacement/repair

A gutter that needs repair or replacement should be handled quickly to avoid further damage. If you have a metal roof, it could rust due to leaks and start corroding the rest of your structure if not properly repaired or replaced immediately.

Roof tiling installation

While this is one way that can help prevent water from entering into your home instead of being channeled away through gutters, it may also cause issues with durability depending on whether shoddy materials are used during installation.

Chimney re-pointing

Loose bricks around chimneys will eventually crumble over time due to exposure; allowing elements like rainwater directly into contact with them for long periods can easily result in irreparable damages requiring repairs.

Missing slates of tiles

This can result from wear and tear but is more likely to occur due to the increased intensity of lightning strikes during storms. If you notice that your roof has lost some or all its tiles in this area, it’s best not to wait for them to deteriorate further before seeking repairs.

Damaged slates or tiles

Cracked/broken bricks will eventually crumble over time, especially if they’re frequently exposed directly into rainwater without being given ample opportunity for drying out entirely between showers.

Corroded metal roofing sheets (steel, aluminum, or zinc)

These roofs are commonly used on many homes because they provide insulation from both heat and cold, making them an excellent choice for areas with hot summers and frigid winters.

Fascias and soffits replacement

This type of repair is generally more extensive than many other types because the entire façade around your home will need to be removed to access all damage on each board or joist.

Valley repairs/replacement

It’s essential when replacing a damaged valley and during installation of any new roofing system to make sure you’ve taken care of this area before moving onto the next stage. Otherwise, if problems develop later down the line due to improper sealing methods used at this point, costs can become significantly higher as additional work needs to be done

Leaks due to damaged or blocked gutters, fascias, or downpipe

This is not only a problem because it can cause damage to your roof, but also if you don’t fix these issues quickly enough, the gutters and downpipes will become blocked, causing water to then run off of your roof in a way that’s less than desirable for keeping things intact.

Frequently asked questions

How long will my roof repair take to complete?

It can vary depending on the extent of damage and how much work is required. If there’s a leak, for example, it may only need fixing the cause (such as replacing or repairing gutters and downpipes) to stop the water from coming into your home; however, when you’re dealing with more significant issues such as broken tiles, shingles, etc., which need removing before repairs made that could add up to days or weeks based on severity.

Can my roof be repaired, or does it need to be replaced?

This depends entirely on what needs fixing and how we can fix all of these parts without replacing the entire roof.

What will it cost to repair my roof?

If you have a relatively minor issue, this could be very cheap, depending on the materials used. Still, if there are multiple problems, costs may rise slightly higher – usually within 30-40% of what replacing that same area would cost you.

Can I repair my roof myself?

This depends on how handy you are with tools! If you’re able to tighten down screws around tiles etc., then yes, otherwise leave this up to professionals unless they allow self-repair work in your insurance policy (which is rare). Getting things wrong can lead to more damage being caused, so make sure you know what you’re doing before attempting this yourself.

How long will my roof repair last?

The short answer is that it depends on how well the job was done and what materials were used, but generally speaking, most repairs can be expected to last around five years or less – which if we do a bit of math, isn’t that great!

What causes a roof to wear out?

A roof will wear out over time, but this doesn’t mean it needs to be replaced. If you address the problem early on with some maintenance and repairs, your roof can last for many years longer than if you don’t bother.

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