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Competent Roofer Scheme and Part L regulations Most people considering having a new roof are not aware of recent legislation that makes it necessary to notify your Local Authority Building Control when having major works undertaken. That is unless the work is carried out by an installer who is registered with the Competent Roofer Scheme. This applies to both pitched and flat roofs. Kirbys Roofing (Widnes) Ltd are accredited members of the National Federation of Roofing Contractors, Competent Roofer Scheme, and is the only roofing company in Widnes that is part of this scheme. We can self-certify any roof work [...]


Kirby’s Roofing Widnes Ltd, are pleased to announce that we have been accredited with Constructionline certification. This is another example of approval to show that you can be confident that the quality of service and delivery that you will receive from Kirby’s Roofing Widnes Ltd. is of the highest standard, and we are dedicated to going the extra mile to ensure that our clients are happy. ConstructionLine is a Government-run scheme, which collects, assesses and monitors various information about companies. In order to be accredited, Constructionline have to ensure a company not only has a good health and safety record [...]


Heavy winds and rain can create physical hazards such as collapsed chimneys, missing ridge and roof tiles, missing or hanging slates, damaged gutters or leaks to the home interior. You may have discovered damage to your roof. but are are having difficulty getting hold of a competent roofer. You're naturally eager to have the problem fixed, and so you may be vulnerable to rogue traders. Rogue Traders Cowboy roofers are now out in force. They knock on your door offering to repair your roof., prices are usually verbal or written down on the back of a business card. A typical [...]