About us

Chimney Repairs Colchester

Highly skilled and professional with over 25 years experience in the building industry.

We have hundreds of satisfied customers and are often recommended by those customers to their friends and families.

Always striving to achieve a 100% customer satisfaction experience, we pride ourselves on the standard of work we carry out and the friendly attitude we have towards the customer and their property repair requirements.

We do not charge you for estimates and there are no extra fees for emergency property repair call outs.


Property Repairs

  • Raking out and pointing chimneys
  • Removing and rebuilding chimneys
  • Replacing or repairing pots and cowls
  • Capping chimneys and fitting air bricks
  • Cutting out damaged cracked or broken bricks 
  • Slated tiled and flat roof repairs
  • Lead valleys repaired or replaced
  • New slate tile and flat roof installations
  • Minor repairs to ridges hips and verges
  • All new roof installations guaranteed for 20 years
  • Lead flashings repaired and replaced
  • Gutter cleaning and small gutter repairs
  • Gutters removed and replaced with new
  • Exterior painting to walls windows and doors
  • Free estimates and no call out charges

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Chimney Repairs Colchester

Our experienced and skilled tradesmen are reliable and efficient, committed to delivering a 100% customer satisfaction experience and carrying out high standards of work.

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Gutter Repairs Service

If you have noticed any emerging problems with existing gutters or downpipes that are installed on your own property, it is advisable to get them looked at as soon as possible.

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Roof Repairs Service

We carry out a new roof installation and small roof repairs to pitched slated roofs, tiled roofs and various types of flat roofs. All new roof installations are guaranteed for twenty years.

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Leadwork Repairs

Call us when the leadwork on a roof such as step flashings to a wall or around a chimney stack becomes loose and is allowing water to penetrate the surrounding brickwork and roof.

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