Richmond & Kingston Roofing
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Roofing repairs, roof renewal, all pitched and flat roofs, fascia & soffits, guttering, leadwork and pointing. We Install all roof skylight windows, roof timber supports for pitched and flat roofs. We also carry out all loft room conversion from small storage to full rooms.
- 2.Loft Conversion Specialist
- 3.Fascias, Soffits and Guttering Specialist
About Richmond & Kingston Roofing
I have worked in all fields of roofing I take care of the roofs on a number of churches, hospitals and housing association and all domestic roofing. I work with Architects, Surveyors, Builders and the public. With over 40 years experience in roofing I can get to the root of a vast range of roofing problems.
I Have been in the roofing industry since 1969 and have been trading since 1979.
I carry out all types of roof work to a very high standard to include Slating, Tiling, all leadwork, Pointing, Flat roofs(Fibreglass,Single ply, Pour and roll,Torch on and Lead) We fix all roofline products ie Pvc Fascia and Soffitt Rainwater goods.
Public Liability InsuranceLimit of indemnity: £1,000,000.00
Valid until: 30th Jan 2019
Public liability Insurance
This covers your property, or the property of a third party, in the event of damage caused by works. It DOES NOT cover poor workmanship
The policy may contain conditions that could restrict the cover.
We have not verified this policy and recommend you verify it covers everything you need before agreeing to any work.
Professional indemnity insurance
This provides cover for losses arising out of professional errors in design and/or specifications offered as part of their service. It DOES NOT cover poor workmanship
This insurance is typically used by architects, designers, engineers, and design & build contractors.
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