Roofing news today has just reported fears and concerns relating to the entire industry of roofing and Brexit. But while this seems to be hitting the industry in general very hard, we’re delighted to say that we are busier than ever since our partnership with Permaroof.

In the news article released on 2nd May (read it here), they quoted MRA Research which showed that: “Almost half of the suppliers interviewed (49%) think Brexit will be either bad or very bad for the UK as a country, while 27% think the effect on the UK will be good or very good. Nearly one in five (18%) think it will have no impact. Many respondents commented separately that, although there may be a slight dip in the short term as a result of leaving, they thought there would be less of a negative impact in the longer term.”

With Permaroof themselves unaffected by Brexit, whatever the outcome, and more and more Peterborough customers approaching us for quotes to fit, replace or repair their roofs, we will continue to offer the same level of service to all our customers – whatever the final Brexit outcome.

A recap of our Peterborough Roofing Services

From flat roofing using Firestone Rubbercover to gutters, fascias and liquid waterproofing we’re pleased to offer free, no obligation quotes in and around Peterborough. All our work is covered by insurance backed guarantees and we’re fully vetted and accredited.

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About Permaroof Peterborough

We have run a highly successful roofing business, who collectively have over 20 years’ experience in both flat and pitched roofing.  We offer a range of services including roof installations, repairs and replacements with the Firestone RubberCover Flat Roof System, UPVC Facias, Liquid Waterproofing, Replacement Gutters, and Anti Slip. We are a fully certified member of the Permaroof Contractor Network.

Areas Covered

Peterborough, Stamford, Bourne, Spalding, Wisbech, March, Chatteris, St. Neots, Boston, Spilsby, Skegness, Huntingdon, St. Ives, King’s Lynn, Sandringham, Hunstanton, Swaffham, Downham Market.