Areas Covered

Postcode area District Postcode districts and district names
E Eastern E1 Head district
E2 Bethnal Green
E3 Bow
E4 Chingford
E5 Clapton
E6 East Ham
E7 Forest Gate
E8 Hackney
E9 Homerton
E10 Leyton
E11 Leytonstone
E12 Manor Park
E13 Plaistow
E14 Poplar
E15 Stratford
E16 Victoria Docks and North Woolwich
E17 Walthamstow
E18 Woodford and South Woodford
E20 Olympic Park
EC Eastern Central EC1 Head district
EC2 Bishopsgate
EC3 Fenchurch Street
EC4 Fleet Street
N Northern N1 Head district
N2 East Finchley
N3 Finchley
N4 Finsbury Park
N5 Highbury
N6 Highgate
N7 Holloway
N8 Hornsey
N9 Lower Edmonton
N10 Muswell Hill
N11 New Southgate
N12 North Finchley
N13 Palmers Green
N14 Southgate
N15 South Tottenham
N16 Stoke Newington
N17 Tottenham
N18 Upper Edmonton
N19 Upper Holloway
N20 Whetstone
N21 Winchmore Hill
N22 Wood Green
NW North Western NW1 Head district
NW2 Cricklewood
NW3 Hampstead
NW4 Hendon
NW5 Kentish Town
NW6 Kilburn
NW7 Mill Hill
NW8 St John’s Wood
NW9 The Hyde
NW10 Willesden
NW11 Golders Green
SE South Eastern SE1 Head district
SE2 Abbey Wood
SE3 Blackheath
SE4 Brockley
SE5 Camberwell
SE6 Catford
SE7 Charlton
SE8 Deptford
SE9 Eltham
SE10 Greenwich
SE11 Kennington
SE12 Lee
SE13 Lewisham
SE14 New Cross
SE15 Peckham
SE16 Rotherhithe
SE17 Walworth
SE18 Woolwich
SE19 Norwood
SE20 Anerley
SE21 Dulwich
SE22 East Dulwich
SE23 Forest Hill
SE24 Herne Hill
SE25 South Norwood
SE26 Sydenham
SE27 West Norwood
SE28 Thamesmead
SW South Western SW1 Head district
SW2 Brixton
SW3 Chelsea
SW4 Clapham
SW5 Earls Court
SW6 Fulham
SW7 South Kensington
SW8 South Lambeth
SW9 Stockwell
SW10 West Brompton
SW Battersea SW11 Head district
SW12 Balham
SW13 Barnes
SW14 Mortlake
SW15 Putney
SW16 Streatham
SW17 Tooting
SW18 Wandsworth
SW19 Wimbledon
SW20 West Wimbledon
W Western W1 Head district
W Paddington W2 Head district
W3 Acton
W4 Chiswick
W5 Ealing
W6 Hammersmith
W7 Hanwell
W8 Kensington
W9 Maida Hill
W10 North Kensington
W11 Notting Hill
W12 Shepherds Bush
W13 West Ealing
W14 West Kensington
WC Western Central WC1 Head district
WC2 Strand

Dilapidations Roofworks

Tenants risk exposure to thousands of pounds worth of repairs if they do not seek adequate protection offered by a Schedule of Condition.

Simply put, a repairing liability is a feature in most leases and Full Internal Repairing and Insuring Leases are commonplace, which in turn can mean that when the time comes for a property to be vacated, it must be in at least equal if not better shape than when it was first let to the tenant.

That can leave tenants exposed to the liability of extensive roof repairs for example, yet it is an aspect of letting that all too many are unaware of until it is too late.

By providing our clients with a comprehensive Schedule detailing the Condition of all the elements of the premises, that exposure is mitigated.

It costs from as little as £250 (ex VAT) but can mean a saving of tens of thousands of pounds, not to mention of course the protection it offers for your peace of mind

A Schedule of Dilapidations is a complex area and again, both landlords and tenants can be at risk of tens of thousands of pounds of repairs unless due care is taken.

Landlords can find that the value of their asset is jeopardised should a tenant neglect an issue that impacts on the fabric and structure of a building. However, tenants have to be warned in advance of any neglect and that is where we can help. A schedule of dilapidations should prevent the issue from developing but if neglect does arise, the schedule can assist with any necessary financial claim.

Likewise, it can be the case that tenants are presented with large dilapidations claims by a landlord during a lease term. Again, we are on hand to make an independent assessment of the scope of the work and obligations involved and we have saved our clients many thousands of pounds at the point where they need to undertake repair work.

Roof Repair

Why climb on your roof and risk your own safety? It takes just one call to samuels industrial roofing to solve your roof leaks repair headaches. Our trained roof repair technicians arrive in a company van that is stocked with the tools and parts to efficiently handle your roof repair right then and there. We will provide a professional, safe and reliable roof repair service that will make your leaky roof, loose skylight, or chimney flashing a thing of the past! We also have a gutter repair service and gutter cleaning services which are great in the spring and fall. FIX-Rcryl 10 – for existing roof repairs

The FIX-Rcryl 10 GRP roof coating system comes ‘ready to use’, with no need for the addition of a separate catalyst or mixing. It is a single, cold applied, liquid resin product, used in combination with standard chopped strand glass matting, easily applied by hand with a brush, roller or squeegee. This new repair system has been developed to suit the UK climate, providing an instant waterproof repair seal against rain. FIX-Rcryl 10 can be used in dry or damp weather conditions and ambient temperatures ranging from 5 0C up to 25 0C.

According to Scott Bader, FIX-Rcryl 10 is a quick and cost effective option for roofing contractors looking to make durable, strong and reliable weather resistant repairs or refurbishments to a wide variety of pre-installed flat and pitched roofs. It can be used to make repairs to most commonly used roofing materials including: bituminous surfaces, guttering, brickwork, asbestos, concrete, felt, metal, timber and fibreglass.

The base resin and coating technology in FIX-Rcryl 10 was developed for SIG Roofing by Scott Bader’s R & D team; the system uses a low odour, low VOC, solvent based acrylic resin, with a high solid content, formulated to give optimal flexibility and long durability. FIX-Rcryl 10 is manufactured by Scott Bader in its UK plant in Northamptonshire according to ISO 9001, ISO14001 and OHSAS 18001 quality assurance standards, and comes with a 10 year ‘Materials’ guarantee, based on correct installation.


Our Roof Repair Services

  • Wind Damage
  • Pipe Collars
  • Ridge Vent
  • Rotted Sheathing
  • Flashing Repairs
  • Valleys
  • Attic Fans
  • Chimney Flashing
  • Skylights
  • Reflash
  • Replacement
  • Masonry Chimney Caps
  • Satellite Dish Removal
  • Solar Roof Fans
  • Sun Tunnels
  • Rooftop Snow Removal
  • Gutter Repair
  • Gutter Cleaning

MEWP & Lifting


Falls are the single biggest cause of workplace deaths and the second most common cause of major injuries. The application of correct safety management can reduce the risks that they pose. All industry sectors are exposed to the risks presented by work at height although the incidence varies considerably. The risk of falls is prevalent within the construction sector. 34 of the 72 fatalities in the construction industry in 2007/2008 resulted from a fall from height. Common Factors Most accidents involving falls could have been prevented if the right equipment had been provided, and if the equipment had been adequately maintained and was properly used. But experience shows that as many falls arise due to poor management as are caused by equipment failure. Key faults include a failureTo recognise a problem To ensure that safe systems of work are followed, To provide safe systems of work , To supply adequate information, instruction, training or supervision provided,To ensure use equipment supplied, To provide safe plant/equipment. Causes The most common incidents involve overreaching, over-balancing, equipment failure, misuse of equipment, unexpected movement (particularly where ladders are involved) and the failure of a fragile surface. The main where falls take place are: From ladders (primarily from moveable ladders) From scaffolding (primarily from general access scaffolds) From work area/platforms , From vehicles , From roof edge, Down stairs , Through fragile roofs, From gangways/catwalks. Legal Requirement is governing work at height are: Work at height be avoided where possible, All work at height is properly planned and organised; Those involved in work at height are competent; The risks from working at height are assessed and appropriate work equipment is selected and used; The risks from working on fragile surfaces are properly controlled; and Equipment for work at height is properly inspected and maintained. The Regulations include Schedules that highlight requirements for existing places of work, and means of access for work at height, collective fall prevention (e.g. guardrails, working platforms), collective fall arrest (e.g. nets, airbags etc.), personal fall protection (e.g. work restraints, lanyards) and ladders. Duty holders must:Avoid work at height where they can; Use work equipment or other measures to prevent falls where they cannot avoid working at height; and Where they cannot eliminate the risk of a fall, use work equipment or other measures to minimise the distance and consequences of a fall should one occur. Please note that the regulations apply to all work at height where there is risk of a fall that is liable to cause personal injury. The previous 2 metre rule no longer applies.

Industrial Roofing & Safety

Nationwide roofing and cladding company offering a wide range of quality services to industrial and commercial clients.

Whatever we are supplying we expect the highest level of quality for our materials, our construction and especially our customer

service.We supply our operatives and clients with fully comprehensive Method Statements, Risk Assessments and COSHH for all projects that we undertake. These assessments have been put together with advice from our specialised Health and Safety advisor.
We continue to ensure that all our workforce are fully trained both internally and externally for the work they undertake and ensure that the appropriate PPE is worn at all times. we have them certified for their working practices as well as carrying out regular safety updates from our supplier partners.
Our Health and Safety Policy Statement and Health and Safety Management Structure are available to view and download.

Because we listen thoroughly to our clients, we understand the demands of their need. This allows us to ensure we supply the best product and service possible We undertake site surveys, and work with leading roofing materials suppliers, to provide solutions that overcome any cost, production or environmental constraints. Our goal is to provide customers with outstanding service, safe working environments and value for money.

Work for us

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