myredlandroof Warns Homeowners To Have Adequate Building Insurance

By Myredlandroof, PRNE
Thursday, August 18, 2011

LONDON, August 19, 2011 -

Millions of homeowners could have to fork out thousands of pounds for a new roof soon, simply beause they do not have adaquate buildings insurance.

According to a latest survey, as many as 4.8 million roofs need repairs which is why myredlandroof is warning all homeowners that roof repairs may not necessarily be covered under their home buildings insurance.

A new roof can cost up to £5,000 and the CLG English Housing Survey shows that one in five roofs need repairs; so for all your roofing information and needs make sure you use the leading roof company at

Mark Randall, myredlandroof Managing Director, said: “Nearly one in four homeowners don’t know how old their roof is. It’s high time they pay attention to their roof to make sure it doesn’t let them down when they least expect it.”

A spokesperson from the Association fo British Insurers (ABI) confirmed that generally, buildings insurance does not cover roof damage caused by wear and tear, deteriation and neglect.

So make sure you don’t get sent a surprise hefty bill for your roof’s repairs and if you do not know already find out how old your roof is to prepare for possible re-fits with the help from the roofing experts. myredlandroof specialists can offer all their top tips and advice on spotting the signs of a damaged roof and what to do in order to get it fixed.

Download free information at the website or get in touch with the friendly professionals for complete peace of mind and to learn all about the latest roofing systems.

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