At GHC Roofing in Glasgow our roofers specialise in new tiled roofs, roof repairs, slate roofs, roof-lights, guttering, re-tiling of all roofs and roofing supplies in the Glasgow area or elsewhere in Scotland. We have successfully served our customers since 1993 and through our quality of work we have built up an enviable reputation for quality and expertise, which we are continually striving to improve.
We have an excellent customer relationship and satisfaction reputation providing Glasgow roofing and Roofing Supplies Glasgow. This is achieved by the honesty and hard work of the management and workforce alike. As such, we see ourselves as quality roofing contractors in Glasgow, doing quality work.
We are roofing contractors in Glasgow who only employ time served slaters, tilers, builders, joiners, cement workers and roof plumbers who work to the highest standards, taking pride in their own personal standard as well as the Company's. We provide a quality service for both the domestic and commercial sectors, whatever your requirements you can be certain we'll be able to handle it.
Our process is thorough and professional, as you would expect from members of the Institute of Roofing, Federation of Master Builders and Forum for the Built Environment. In response to any enquiry, we will come and visit you. Whether it's Roofing Supplies Glasgow or roofing in Glasgow services such as a new roof, a roof repair, or building work we will provide you with expert advice, a high standard of technical knowledge and on site skills. Together with this we will provide a free detailed written report and quotation. For your peace of mind, we are fully insured for our work - certificates are available for inspection if required.
What is the most important part of your home? The foundations, the walls, the interior; all are important, but the roof is probably top of the list. The roof not only keeps the elements out, it protects the walls and foundations from internal water damage, so it must be kept in tip top condition. Roofs are weaker than the walls they protect and are prone to damage and defects.