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Slate Roofs

Why Have A Slate Roof?

Slate Roofs are a popular, attractive and durable roofing solution, made of metamorphic rock. An unrivalled capacity to absorb water and withstand intense weather, as well as protect against fire highlight their low maintenance level. Their strength makes for an environmentally friendly choice too, ensuring a long-lasting roof.

Why Choose Us

Aardvark Roofing & Building Services have the knowledge and expertise to install your slate roof no matter the shape, size or specification.

  • We have more than 30 years’ experience in the roofing industry, ensuring a high-quality service every time.
  • We have built up a trusted and reliable reputation in Bradford and beyond as an effective, customer-friendly and skilled business.
  • We’ll work with you to discuss your unique needs, no matter your houses’ style or current roofing system.
  • We provide you with free quotes and don’t charge a call-out fee.
  • We provide our customers with a safe, suitable and superb solution that protects and constantly proves its worth.

Popular Questions

If you’ve noticed one or more of the following, it is time to replace your slate roof:

  • Delamination of the tiles
  • Frequent leaks or moisture damage
  • Broken tiles

If your roof is showing signs of damage, get an expert opinion. Our team can assess whether your slate roof is salvageable and simply needs repairing or whether it is a better investment to replace the whole roof.

You can pay for any of our services by cash or bank transfer.

Slate Roof Tiles

The Process

Interested in how we create our slate roofs? Discover our process below:

  • All slate tiles are hole punched or drilled to allow for nail placement.
  • We find the roof’s centre point and mark a starting position.
  • A starter strip is placed on the roof to prevent fall-off and provide a waterproof layer below the slate.
  • We start to nail in the first course of slate roof tiles, and then using pre-made marks, determine where the next course will begin.
  • We then stagger succeeding courses for protection.

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