Conservatory roofs can be exposed to the extremes of the Scottish climate including wind, rain and snow, and therefore need to be maintained. Loose roof panels are one of the most common causes of leaks in conservatories, as this creates gaps where the water can enter and causes draughts. FIX from CR Smith can repair these slipped panels as well as repairing any missing or broken end caps and gaskets.
Cracks or damage to your guttering, brackets or soffits can cause serious problems and impact the rest of your home in the long-term. To prevent this, we can repair these problems before irreversible damage occurs.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does it come with a guarantee?
Yes. All of our repairs come with a 12-month product and installation warranty.
My conservatory roof leaks do I need to replace it?
Not necessarily, you may only need a simple repair. Common repairs include slipped roof sheets or simply re-sealing the joints.
The wall inside my conservatory where it joins the house is damp?
There are many reasons for this such as a leaking box gutter, lack of cavity trays, ageing lead flashing or porous facing brick. Our team will be able to assess the problem and tell you why and what we can do to help.
There is a build-up of moss and algae on my conservatory
A build-up of moss and algae is very common, yet it can cause problems with leaks and draughts. Our premium cleaning service ensures your conservatory is not only water and wind tight but that it also sparkles once again.
My rafter end caps, finial or cresting are missing or broken can you replace these?
Yes. We can replace almost any decorative part for any conservatory.
Is it free to have a technical assessment?
Yes. One of our technical assessors will come out to your property free of charge, assess the problem and provide a quotation for the best solution for you.