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Roofers in London

Need roofers in London or the South East? Our highly skilled team of roofers have already completed many domestic and commercial projects in London and surrounding areas, so if you are looking for some roofing work to be undertaken, whether that be fixing a current roof or completing a brand new roof, give Philby’s a call and we would be happy to provide you with a quote.

  • Asphalt Roofs

  • Chimney Repairs

  • Felt Roofs

  • Flat Roofs

  • Garage Roofs

  • Guttering & Downpipes

  • Lead Roofs

  • Lead Work

  • Roof Window Repairs & Installs

  • Roofing Carpentry

  • Roofing Inspections & Reports

  • Roofing Insulation

  • Shed Roofs

  • Slate & Tiled Roofs

  • Soffits, Fascias & Cladding

  • Valleys & Gullies

  • Leaking Roofs – All Types

  • New Roofs & Re-Roofs

  • Pitched Roofs

  • Pointing

  • Porch Roofs

  • Roof Flashing

  • Roof Lights

  • Roof Repairs

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"I was recently recommended to use Philby’s for a loft conversion for my family home and I can say that they did not disappoint! I am absolutely thrilled with the end result, our new space looks exactly how I imagined. Can’t thanks Domonic & the team enough for all their hard work over the last few months!"


- Sasha G

  • Should I turn the water off if I have a leak?
    Yes, if you suspect a leak, switch off the water. First, please find your water stop valve, and then turn it clockwise to stop water flow into the house. These are located in the kitchen, bathroom, under the stairs or in a services cupboard. If possible, isolate the leak without turning off the main supply; for example, if you find the leak coming from an appliance, use its isolation valve to stop the water flow. If the leak is severe, switching off the electricity & gas may be required, only if it is safe.
  • Do you offer emergency callouts?
    Yes we have staff available 7 days a week to solve any plumbing issues.
  • How do I unblock a toilet?
    If your toilet is blocked, you will require a plunger, flat head screwdriver and something to protect the surrounding area. Firstly shut off the incoming water supply by locating the isolation valve, usually behind the toilet. Protect the surrounding area from spillage. Next create a vacuum using your plunger, covering the pipe underneath the water and begin pumping. If cleared the water should begin to drain away. Still having issues? Call Philby's to book an engineer.

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