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Cleaning Down After Roofing Work
Roofing work can be a messy job, and it’s important that we always clean up properly after the job is done for the safety of your home and family.
The first step in cleaning up is that we gather all the debris from the job site. Starting by sweeping up any loose nails or screws that may have been left behind. We then use a leaf blower or vacuum cleaner to remove any remaining debris from the roof and surrounding area. DRE Roofing Ltd dispose of all debris in an appropriate manner – using licensed waste removal companies.
Once all the debris has been removed from the roof, it’s time for us to clean out the gutters – unless they’ve been replaced. We start by removing any leaves or other debris that has accumulated in them over time. Then we use a garden hose with a sprayer attachment to flush out any remaining dirt or grime from the gutters. Finally, we inspect them for any signs of damage such as cracks or holes, and repair them if necessary, before putting them back in place.
The final step in cleaning up after roofing work is power washing the area around your home where the work was done. This helps remove any dirt or grime that may have been left behind during the job and will also help protect your home from future damage caused by weather elements such as rain or snow.
Pitched Roofs Bristol
Another microsite from DRE Roofing Ltd, Pitched Roofs Bristol. A pitched roof is a type of roof that has two or more slopes that meet at an apex or ridge. The slope of the roof is determined by the pitch angle, which is measured in degrees. The most common pitch angles range from 30° to 45°, but they can range anywhere from 10° to 60° depending on the structure and design. Pitched roofs are typically made from asphalt shingles or metal panels and come in a variety of styles such as gable, hip, gambrel, shed, and mansard.
Pitched roofs offer many benefits over flat roofs due to their sloped design. They provide superior protection against rainwater runoff since water will naturally flow down the slope rather than pooling on top of the roof. Additionally, pitched roofs allow for better air circulation which helps keep your attic cooler in the summer months and prevents ice dams from forming in cold climates. Lastly, pitched roofs can add architectural interest to your home’s exterior while also increasing its curb appeal and resale value.
One of the main benefits of pitched roofs is their durability. The steep angle of the roof helps to protect it from damage caused by wind, rain, snow, and other elements. Additionally, pitched roofs are designed to last longer than flat roofs because they don’t suffer from the same level of wear and tear. This means that you can expect your pitched roof to last for many years without needing repairs or replacement.
Pitched roofs also offer an aesthetic appeal that many homeowners find attractive. The sloping angles create a unique look that adds character to any home. Additionally, you can choose different materials and colours to customize the look of your roof and make it stand out from other homes in your neighbourhood.
Pitched roofs are also cost-effective when compared to other types of roofing materials. They require less material than flat roofs, which helps keep installation costs down. Additionally, since they are designed to last longer than flat roofs, you won’t have to worry about replacing them as often which can save you money in the long run.
Roof Integrated Solar
DRE Roofing Ltd now provides roof-integrated solar panels. Solar roof panels replace standard roofing tiles, giving you the benefit of both roof covering and electricity generation. They are becoming increasingly popular as a way to reduce energy costs and increase the sustainability of a home. These roofs are designed to be aesthetically pleasing while also providing a renewable energy source. They are made up of photovoltaic cells that convert sunlight into electricity, which can then be used in the home or fed back into the grid. The cells are integrated into the roofing material, making them virtually indistinguishable from regular roofing materials. This makes them an attractive option for homeowners who want to reduce their energy bills and make their homes more eco-friendly.
There are many benefits to installing an integrated solar roof on your home or business premises. First, it can significantly reduce your energy costs by providing a renewable source of electricity for your home. Additionally, it can increase the value of your home by making it more attractive and energy efficient. Finally, it can help you do your part in reducing your carbon footprint by providing clean energy that doesn’t emit any greenhouse gases.
Choosing the right solar roof has never been simpler. With new products on the market, from manufacturers such as Marley, solar panels are increasingly becoming a must-have for your property. Marley integrated solar panels provide a sleek, neat aesthetic to your building – no visible brackets or racking, easy maintenance and they come with a 15-year guarantee. They can be installed in landscape or portrait orientation and measure 1000x1686mm.
We’ve put together a microsite with more information, please take the time to visit DRE Solar Roofing.