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Borough council decides on £1 million roof

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council has decided to act on its plans to install a £1 million roof in the borough in an attempt to save some cash in the future.

Scammers masquerading as roofers in North Baddesley

Better watch out: there are a group of four scammers masquerading as roofers in North Baddesley – and they have already made off with £2,000!

Roof on Lincolnshire enterprise centre harnesses technology

An enterprise centre in Lincolnshire is poised to harness cutting-edge technology after roofers installed a cutting-edge roof featuring photovoltaic cells.

Don’t muck about with mesothelioma-inducing roof asbestos

Listen up: if you’ve got asbestos in your roof, don’t muck about with that mesothelioma-inducing rubbish, as you could end up with massive fines from the HSE.

Sometimes roofers are their own worst enemies

It can be tough working as a roofer in the UK, but sometimes roofing specialists do little more than shoot themselves in the foot with their behaviour.

Has the world gone mad, or just our roofers?

I don’t know if it’ something in the water or what, but it seems like UK roofers have gone completely around the bend according to the latest news stories!

A few bad apples can’t keep good roofers down

It’s not easy being a roofing specialist in the UK as any number of bad apples can crop up from time to time, but good roofers do their best to carry on.

The Lord giveth while the rogue trader taketh away

Just as the roof of an historic church is saved from decrepitude another report emerges how rogue traders have fleeced thousands of pounds form hapless victims.

Rogue traders and tragic ends for roofers

This week it seems that no one is safe, what with reports of rogue traders victimising innocent home owners – and a good Samaritan roofer meeting a tragic end.

Roofers see millions come, other see millions go

Good news for one roofing firm this week as it’s awarded a £3m contract; bad news for another ordered to pay £21m in the wake of a roof fire.