By: FUTURA ROOF LTD  24/09/2015
Keywords: Competent Roofer, BSI registered roofing Contractor, CHAS accredited roofing contractor,

Get value for money – cheap work has hidden costs Your property is one of the most expensive and important things that you can own so risking any building work to unregistered contractors, simply because it is the cheaper option, is false economy. Cowboy builders can leave your roof unsafe or unfit for purpose, and put the safety of others at risk their work could also invalidate your building insurance they don’t provide warranties or insurance when things go wrong they can’t provide Building Regulation Compliance Certificates needed by solicitors – this could jeopardise any future sale of your property they won’t inform you about legal obligations – this will cost you more in the long run. Another thing you won’t be made aware of is that you, as the property owner, are liable to pay a hefty fine for failing to notify the local council when major works are being undertaken on your property, including roof refurbishment work. Building Control requires notification of any roofing refurbishment work which involves over 50% of the roof being repaired or refurbished; this is separate from planning permission. You need to either notify your roof refurbishment work via your local council or you can register it via CompetentRoofer, a Government-licenced Competent Person Scheme that allows roofers to self-certify their own work, meaning: -  we notify the council when the work is completed  you have the added reassurance that the contractor has already been vetted prior to becoming a member and will continue to have their work checked  you will receive a ten year warranty.

Keywords: BSI registered roofing Contractor, CHAS accredited roofing contractor, Competent Roofer, Constructionline Accredited roofing contractor, Guarantees insurance backed, Quality Assured Roofing Contractor, Quality Management System to BS EN ISO 9001, Trading Standards Buy with Confidence accredited contractor,