Roofing Services Wakefield

Full New Roof Installation on Nursery in Sheffield

Nursery Roof

DPR have been providing roofing services to both commercial and domestic clients all over the Yorkshire area for 28 years. We provide a complete range of roofing services, from replacing a single tile, to an entire roof – which is what we did recently.

We received a job call from Wincobank Nursery and Infants school earlier this month as they were having some issues with their roof. As is standard practice the first step was for us to send out a survey team to inspect the roof. Unfortunately we found a roof that was in quite the state of disrepair. The building is old, and given the nature of its use; it is full of children and teachers, it is vital that this roof is safe and secure.

So after a discussion with the school it was determined that DPR would install a complete new roof onto the school. At the time of writing we have erected the scaffolding necessary for us to start the project. It will be a large job at a troublesome time of year, so we have to be methodical and careful in our practices to make sure that the project is successful and the roof is built properly.

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DPR roofing constantly invest in our staff and equipment. We intentionally keep abreast with the latest developments in roofing technology, as well as remembering age old practices so we can provide a complete services to all our clients.


To find out more just call us on 0113 335 0043. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How soon will I get my quote?
A. faqOnce we have carried out a full survey of your property we will send you a detailed quote within 48 hours.faq
Q. Are you insured?
A. faqYes. DPR Roofing Leeds are fully covered for public and employers liability.faq
Q. Is your work guaranteed?
A. faqAll work is guaranteed. The guarantee length is dependent on the type of work being undertaken and range from 1 year to 10 years. Please ask for more details.faq
Q. Can we buy equipment from you?
A. faqWhilst we provide the roofing materials for work we carry out, we are not a stockists of roofing materials and thus you cannot buy roofing supplies from ourselves and do it yourself.faq
Q. Do you sub contract your work out?
A. faqNo all of DPR's team are professionally qualified in all areas of roofing work and therefore we have no need to sub contract. We only sub contract when any additional work requires a specialist professional e.g. electrician etc.faq
Q. What if the weather is bad on the date of my works?
A. faqThe safety of our staff and your property is extremely important to DPR and therefore we would postpone any work until a more suitable day.faq
Q. Do I need to take time off work?
A. faqFor your initial survey it may be necessary for us to have access to the inside of your property e.g. to look at leak areas. However any external works where access is not required would not need you to be present.faq
Q. How long will the job take?
A. faqRepairs are usually completed within a day and renewals can be a number of days. DPR will provide you with an accurate works completion date after the survey is undertaken.faq
Q. Can we pay by credit or debit card over the phone?
A. faqYes. We take all forms of paymentfaq
Q. When are you open for business?
A. faqWe are open from 6am to 5pm Monday-Thursday (6am to 4pm on Fridays) for office enquiries and 7 days a week for emergency works. We offer 24 hour emergency assistance.faq
Q. Do you carry out insurance works?
A. faqYes we carry out insurance works for all the major providers.faq
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Freehold Vs Leasehold Roof Repairs: Who Pays for What?


As a leaseholder or freeholder, you may be unsure about your responsibility when it comes to paying for maintenance and repairs. This is particularly important when it comes to roof repairs, which are crucial to keep the property inhabitable and prevent further damage. Read on as we explore freehold and leasehold roof repairs and ask the question: who pays for what?

The role of freeholders and leaseholders

Leaseholders have the right to live in a property for a set amount of time, set out in their lease. On the other hand, as outright owners of the property, freeholders are usually responsible for arranging repairs and maintenance of a building’s exterior and any communal areas. Unfortunately for leaseholders, this doesn’t necessarily make freeholders responsible for the cost of these repairs.

Check your lease

It’s quite common for leaseholders to pay into a reserve fund for maintenance and repairs each month. This is usually the case for large blocks of flats, as it can be complicated trying to arrange payment from several different parties for one-off costs. However, you only have to do so if it’s agreed in your lease. The same is true for extra costs for one-off repairs. Your lease will outline who is responsible for the cost of repairs to the property, and what proportion of the cost is covered by you. It may be that the reserve fund is just for general maintenance and doesn’t cover large repairs.

Freehold roof repairs

Whoever is responsible for payment, it’s in everyone’s interest to get roof repairs done quickly and to the highest standards. At DPR Roofing in Wakefield, we provide a range of expert roofing services for residential properties. Whether it’s a one-off repair, a full roof replacement or ongoing inspections and maintenance, we will deliver a long-lasting solution that keeps your property protected from the elements and minimises work needed in the future. Contact us today to arrange aRead More
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