Roofing Leeds

Local roofers in Horsforth & Cookridge

DPR engineers have been fixing domestic roofs in Horsforth and Cookridge for over twenty years. We recognise that a leaking roof can cause major damage to your home, which is why we operate an emergency response service aimed at fixing your roofing problem as quickly as possible. Sometimes we can respond the same day, but otherwise we will endeavour to reach you next day or at a time that suits you.

Why Choose DPR Ltd to as your Horsforth Roofing contractor?

As well as being a fully qualified firm, we guarantee to the quality of work. Therefore, if the roof work we have undertaken fails (as a direct result of the quality of workmanship), we will return to fix the problem. We have performed 100's of jobs in and around the Horsforth and Cookridge area and regularly receive positive feedback about the quality of our work. On all our jobs we photograph before and after shots so our customers can see what work has been undertaken.

Examples of roofing jobs we have completed in Horsforth, Leeds:

Project: Chimney Stack Repair

Location: Moor Grange View, West Park, near Leeds
Customer: Mr Lowson
Roofers: Two


  1. Erected roofer access equipment: tower scaffold, ladder systems & powered boom
  2. Hacked off of loose and defective render to front and rear elevations of chimney stack back to solid render
  3. Fitted galvanised steel angle beads
  4. Roughed out and built up hacked off sections of render
  5. Fitted our specialist fibre matting and applied pva bonding solution
  6. Applied a render finish coat to a smooth finish
  7. Undercoated and painted with masonry paint
  8. Removal of any resultant rubble from site

Project: Felt Roof, Dormer Window, Guttering & Velux Window

Location: Tinshill Road, Tinshill, near Leeds
Customer: Mr Dew
Roofers: Four


  1. Installation of felt roof
    • a. Erection of access equipment and scaffolding
    • b. Stripped back and disposed of all felt coverings
    • c. Felted in high performance / fibre glass based polyester base felts and polyester green mineral edgings
    • d. Applied solar reflective compound to completed base felts. This was essential in keeping the heat from causing damage
    • e. Felt laid by Ruberoid type torch on system
    • f. Replacement of roof decking / boarding sheets
    • g. Removed all resultant rubble from above works
  2. Rear dormer cladding
    • a. Existing timber cladding, underfelt and timber batons removed and disposed of
    • b. Fitted quality pre-treated batons, 40mm Kingspan insulation, and new breathable roofing felt
    • c. Re-cladded in quality dark brown PVC interlocking board.
  3. Replacement of Fascia boards
    • a. Removed fascia board to rear elevation dormer
    • b. Replaced with quality white PVC fascia board
    • c. Fitted quality white PVC cover board and soffits to side elevation in white pvc
  4. Replacement of rainwater guttering
    • a. Removed and disposed existing rear elevation gutter to dormer, side elevation gutter and rear elevation fall pipes (these were asbestos and required specialist removal and disposal)
    • b. Replaced with quality black PVC gutter and fall pipes, plus associated fittings
  5. Installation of two Velux windows to rear elevation roof
    • a. Supplied and fitted two Velux windows to customer specification to rear elevation roof section
    • b. Internal plasterboards / beads and plasterwork made good

Project: Roofing Works

Location: Salisbury Street, Calverley, near Leeds
Customer: Mrs Baldwin
Roofers: Two


  1. Erected roof safety access equipment
  2. Removed damaged slates which could cause leakage and replaced with good quality s/h slates using code 4 lead straps and galvanised fixings
  3. Refixed dislodged slates using code 4 lead straps and galvanised fixings
  4. Refitted and renewed lead flashings which had become loose and were sitting in the front gutter
  5. Removed all resultant rubble from above works and dispose of

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How soon will I get my quote?
A. faqOnce we have carried out a full survey of your property we will send you a detailed quote within 48 hours.faq
Q. Are you insured?
A. faqYes. DPR Roofing Leeds are fully covered for public and employers liability.faq
Q. Is your work guaranteed?
A. faqAll work is guaranteed. The guarantee length is dependent on the type of work being undertaken and range from 1 year to 10 years. Please ask for more details.faq
Q. Can we buy equipment from you?
A. faqWhilst we provide the roofing materials for work we carry out, we are not a stockists of roofing materials and thus you cannot buy roofing supplies from ourselves and do it yourself.faq
Q. Do you sub contract your work out?
A. faqNo all of DPR's team are professionally qualified in all areas of roofing work and therefore we have no need to sub contract. We only sub contract when any additional work requires a specialist professional e.g. electrician etc.faq
Q. What if the weather is bad on the date of my works?
A. faqThe safety of our staff and your property is extremely important to DPR and therefore we would postpone any work until a more suitable day.faq
Q. Do I need to take time off work?
A. faqFor your initial survey it may be necessary for us to have access to the inside of your property e.g. to look at leak areas. However any external works where access is not required would not need you to be present.faq
Q. How long will the job take?
A. faqRepairs are usually completed within a day and renewals can be a number of days. DPR will provide you with an accurate works completion date after the survey is undertaken.faq
Q. Can we pay by credit or debit card over the phone?
A. faqYes. We take all forms of paymentfaq
Q. When are you open for business?
A. faqWe are open from 6am to 5pm Monday-Thursday (6am to 4pm on Fridays) for office enquiries and 7 days a week for emergency works. We offer 24 hour emergency assistance.faq
Q. Do you carry out insurance works?
A. faqYes we carry out insurance works for all the major providers.faq
Read More

Twitter Feed

Read More

Latest News

A Guide to Roofing Terminology


Considering a new roof for your property? During the research stage, the amount of roofing terminology can get a little overwhelming, right?Read More