Contact Us

For your free no obligation quotation and for more information about our roofing services please contact us on 0800 878 6064 (Office) or 07712 103538 (Mobile) to speak to our friendly and knowledgeable staff.

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Our Services

At Roofer Sussex, we pride ourselves on both the quality of work we produce and the honest, professional and personal customer service we give to all of our clients.Since our initial inception over 20 years ago, we have grown from strength to strength and we have developed an enviable reputation within the local community.

Your roof is the most important asset of your property. It is your first defence against the elements, wind, rain, snow and heat. Good to know Roofer Sussex are on hand 24 hours a day for emergencies and customer advice.

Roofing services has been our business for over 20 years and we hope we are the first you call if you need roof repairs or a quote for a new roof.. We guarantee the highest degree of expertise so you get the best job at the right price. Explore our web site to learn more about our company and the services we have to offer.
Quotes and customer advice is only a phone call away on 0800 878 6064 or 07712 103538.

We offer a range of services, including complete new roofs, roof repairs, polycarbonate roofs, slate tile replacement, flat roof conversions, flat roof repairs and replacement, uPVC fascias, uPVC guttering, chimneys re-pointed, lead work, lead flashing, ridge tile pointing and storm damage repair.

Based in East Grinstead, Tunbridge Wells we are ideally situated to serve Crawley, Lingfield, Horley, Kent,
Haywards Heath, East Sussex, Surrey, West Sussex. With over twenty years experience in the industry, we strive to provide our customers with an honest and accurate most assessment of their requirements and recommend the most suitable, competitively priced, solution.


Our range of roofing installations and repairs includes:

* Loft Insulation
* Slating using natural and man-made products
* Tiling using plain, interlocking and peg tiles
* GRP fibre glass roof
* S
ingle ply flat roof covering
* Fascia, soffits, bargeboards and guttering replacement
* Gutter and fascia cleaning
* Traditional three layer bitumen felt roof covering
* Lead flat roofing, flashings and gutters
* Commercial / Industrial profiled roofing and cladding
* Chimney re-pointing / re-building
* Zinc and copper roof covering
* Green roof installations and roof gardens

* Moss removal and treatment
* Mastic ashphalt

Chimney Repairs


chimney repairChimney Stacks

Chimney stacks are very vulnerable to poor weather conditions and should be checked regularly for any potential problems. By keeping an eye on their condition or change of condition. Also check the lead flashing and the pointing. Repairs can be carried out as soon as they are required, preventing further dampness penetrating.


Roofing Repairs

tiled roof

Tiled Roofs / New Roofs

As you may or may not know, a roof is not just the outer layer of sheathing material – it is an entire unit made up of many sections that altogether contribute to the functionality and longevity of your roof. As such, there are a range of additions and accessories available that enhance a roof’s functionality. These may include guttering, fascias, flashings, piping, gutter guards, roof windows, skylights, insulation systems, and much more. Roofer Sussex offers roof installation services for all such additions, no matter what kind of roof or building you own. You may find that even the smallest addition will greatly affect your roof and its efficiency for the better. If you lack any of the above-mentioned additions, or feel that your roof could operate better, contact Roofer Sussex and inquire about roof installation for any of these systems.

If you are in the process of building a new home, or even a commercial/industrial building, you are soon to be faced with the process of roof installation. This can be quite complicated, as there are many different aspects that must be taken into consideration, and you will most probably not be aware of most of them. Here is where our expert roof installation contractors can help.

Our roofers are excellent in finding a balance between maximum functionality, matching style, and of course budget, whilst considering all the roof installation details only a professional knows how to handle. You will find honest and friendly advice from our roofers, who will do their absolute best to satisfy your roof installation wants and needs, at the same time as ensuring quality and longevity. Whether it’s choosing a style or choosing a tile, Roofer Sussex has the know-how in everything roof installation related.

There are many different types of tiles available on the market and Roofer Sussex are specialists in supplying roof tiles that suit the clients style and price range and also character of property

Be it a minor repair, a strip and re-tile or a complete new roof, with a multitude of colours in either clay or concrete tile, tiling can transform your home. Roofer Sussex can also offer repair or renovations for tile hung properties.

Fascia. Guttering, Soffits

Gutter and Fascia Cleaning

Blocked and overflowing gutters are one of the most common causes of damp penetration into bargeboards and roof-line timbers, so it’s essential to keep them in good order. With extra attention to detail, Roofer Sussex will keep your guttering and downpipes trouble-free for longer.


Felt / Flat Roof

Felt / Flat Roof

We have all the necessary knowledge to provide you with a flat roof that is second to none. Our services cover all aspects of flat roofing including rafters, base re-boarding and felt systems.

Flat Roof Features and Design

Flat roofs are horizontal roofing with a very slight inclination (usually 10 degrees). Flat roofs can be made from a variety of different materials and substances, including Asphalt built up roof (BUR), modified bitumen, Hypalon, PVC, TPO - Thermoplastic Polyolefin single-ply roofing and Mineral built up felt, lead roofs, fibre glass, Fibreglass GPR Roofing, EPDM - Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (synthetic rubber roofing). Flat roofs always have a base and a coating of some sort, all of which require inspection and maintenance on a regular basis.

Maintenance and Assessment of Flat Roofs

The life expectancy of a flat roof is relative to the amount of maintenance it receives. However, this can be influenced by the kind of material your flat roof is made of.

All flat roofs should receive an inspection at least once a year, and should tend to the following more important aspects;

* Keeping roof drains clean and debris free, so that clogging won’t prevent water from being drained, causing an overload of weight.
* Preservation of roof coating, which prevents degradation by the sun and provides a water-tight membrane. This is especially important if you have a concrete flat roof.
* Prevention of water leakage. Approximately 90% of all flat roof leaks are caused by insufficient maintenance of flashings.

If you are unsure as to whether or not your flat roof is in need of repair or even replacement, a Roofer Sussex representative is always able to advise you on the right course of action.


Moss Removal


Causes Of Moss On Roofs

Are you fed up with excessive moss growth on your roof?

Did you know that it can cause the following? -

* Gutter blockages that can cause damp to penetrate into walls
* Rainwater downpipe blockages that can be costly to unblock
* Marks and stains on patios and conservatory roof panels
* The roots can cause any existing hairline cracks in roof tiles to expand

You will probably already know how unsightly the green menace can look, so what is the best method to remove and then prevent the roof moss?

Roofs suffer from moss growth for a variety of reasons and the cause is rarely down to one single factor.

Below is a short list of conditions that assist moss growth:

* Shaded parts of the roof such as under branches or chimneys
* The north side of a roof as it gets much less direct sunlight
* Under television aerials where rainwater drips onto the roof even after it has stopped raining
* On concrete tiles as the moss will feed off the minerals on the concrete surface
* A moss covered roof will produce lots of moss spores and that will result in more growth

How Did it Get There in the First Place?

Moss contains thousands of spores and all it takes is for one to land on the roof and it will start to grow, thus creating more spores.

If you live in a terraced or semi detached property or even if your home is close to your neighbours, then chances are moss is being spread around by the wind. Birds will also pick up spores and transport them from one place to another.

Roofs suffer more than concrete driveways because there is no human traffic on the roof, so apart from birds and heavy rainfall there is nothing to disturb the growth.

Is Moss Growth More Prolific Now When Compared to the Past Few Decades?

Yes. There are many air pollutants that inhibit moss and algae growth such as oxides from Zinc, Copper and aluminium. The Clean Air Act (other countries may have different names but similar laws) resulted in a noticable reduction in many of the chemicals that inhibit moss growth. This has led to a marked increase in moss and algae growth in the United Kingdom and other countries that have taken steps to control pollutants.

How to Treat and Prevent Moss Growth

Below you will find some tips for removing moss from roofs and preventing it from coming back.

* Cut back any overhanging branches to allow more light onto the roof

* Allow Roofer Sussex to remove any existing moss

There are several ways to remove and prevent roof moss, which one is right for your property will depend on the roof covering or tiles you currently have.


Velux Skylights & Windows


Velux skylights & windows are an increasingly familiar sight on roofs in modern Britain. Their popularity is testament to their quality, and when correctly installed, they add a new feature to your home.

Here at Roofer Sussex, we are well equipped to install these velux windows into your roof, instantly brightening up your loft conversion and adding space.

Installing Velux Windows.

We can install your Velux windows into a pitched or flat roof - our roofing contractors are expert at working on both. As well as fitting your windows, we will also take care of the flashing around them, ensuring that they are weather-tight.

Our expert roofing contractors can install your Velux windows with ease, whether they are part of a re-roofing project, a restoration project, or just being installed into your existing roof. We guarantee that your new Velux windows will be installed to the highest standard, giving you the look you require.


Loft Insulation

Energy Savings

In an uninsulated home a quarter of your heat is lost through the roof. Insulating your loft is a simple and effective way to reduce your heating bills.

Loft insulation - what's it all about?

It's never been more important to think about insulating your loft. Without proper insulation a lot of the valuable, expensive energy you use to heat your home will be lost through the loft. The recommended depth for mineral wool insulation is 270mm however there are other materials which require different depths.

Why insulate your loft?

Loft insulation is an effective way to save energy and money at home. A well insulated house keeps warmth exactly where you need it - indoors.

So, insulating your loft - or topping up any insulation you have already - will help to heat your home more efficiently. Using less energy reduces carbon dioxide emissions (CO2): one of the biggest causes of climate change. You will also save money on your bills too.

What could you save?
Increase in loft insulation thickness (0 - 270mm) = Around £145
( These are estimated figures based on insulating a gas-heated, semi-detached home with three bedrooms ).

Loft insulation is effective for at least 40 years, and it will pay for itself over and over again in that time. The better insulated your home, the less energy you need to keep it warm - the more money you'll save in the long run. By saving energy, your household will produce less CO2. So, adding or topping up your loft insulation is a great way to do your bit - and reduce your impact on the environment.