Roofing Leeds

High Qualified Roofers in Pudsey & Farsley

DPR Ltd have been working on the roofs of Pudsey & Farsley homes and business for the last twenty years. Whilst many Roofers in Leeds have gone out of business, we have remained constant and successful throughout.

We put our longevity down to a combination of having a great team of local Pudsey Roofers, coupled with a commitment to providing an honest service at a competitive price. We provide a wide range of roofing services throughout the Pudsey area including, Roof Repairs, Flat Roof Repairs, Tile Replacement, Guttering, Lead Repair and Roofing Boards.

Why Choose DPR Ltd to as your Pudsey Roofing contractor?

DPR treat every customer with equal care, attention, courtesy and commitment. So whether you are a business looking for a completely re-roof, or you are a homeowner simply with a loose ridge tile, we will approach both enquiries with equal professionalism.

We offer a free roofing survey to all customers, and upon sending your quote we will also provide you with photographic evidence of the problem. This approach ensures completely transparency so that you are clear on what the costs relate to.

Examples of roofing jobs we have completed near Pudsey, Leeds:

Project: Repair of roof verge edge and ridge tiles

Location: Parkside Road, Farsley, near Leeds
Customer: Mr & Mrs Cossley
Roofers: Two


  1. Erected scaffolding
  2. Lifted all ridge tiles to the main house roof and set aside for reuse
  3. Hacked back all the old and defective mortar bedding and disposed of
  4. Cleaned down roof areas prior to resetting salvaged ridge tiles to new mortar bedding
  5. Hacked back all verge edge detail and cleaned down
  6. Applied our SBR compound adhesive and new mortar pointing

Project: New Roofing Installation

Location: Merton Avenue, Farsley, near Leeds
Customer: Mr Stone
Roofers: Four


  1. Erected scaffolding to roof elevations to adhere to working at height regulations
  2. Stripped external roof covering, ridge tiles and old flashings
  3. Stripped down old roof lattes and disposed of
  4. Cleaned down all structural roof timbers and de-nailed all rafters
  5. Fitted new quality BNS747 breathable undertile felt. This negated the requirement for fixed and aesthetically unappealing roof vents which detract from the overall appearance of a new roof covering
  6. Fitted new pre-treated timber battens (lattes). These are horizontal timbers required to 'hang' and fix the new roof material to. It is important that these were treated to remove the possibility of de-fibre taking place of roof lattes
  7. Fitted new vertical valley joint with adjoining property. This is a purpose made fibre glass valley trough that allows the perfect mating of two different roof coverings between two or more properties
  8. Fitted new quality concrete interlocking roof tiles of Marley Modern type
  9. Fitted new Code 4 lead work to chimney stack abutments. These are sheet lead flashings that were bespoke made on the roof site by our roof technicians, to fit perfectly the masonry abutments that they are protecting from water ingress. Flashings are traditionally plugged (fixed) and pointed off with a lead mate compound which is a material sealant that has the same thermal movement as sheet lead and therefore does not split or crack like mortar pointing does in a short period of time
  10. Fitted new ridge tiles to new mortar bedding and point flush to same. Ridge tiles were colour matched to the new roof finish
  11. All resultant rubble removed from above works

Project: Roofing repair caused by storm damage

Location: Silver Court, Intercity Way, Pudsey, near Leeds
Customer: Caledonian Plywood Limited
Roofers: Four


  1. Scissor lift hired and erected
  2. Roof boards laid out in work zones to ensure
  3. Damaged ridge profile sheeting removed
  4. Supplied and fitted new profile ridge sheets and re-bolted into correct position with specialist fixings
  5. Carried out roof repairs to several other areas as pointed out by client, where leaks had occurred since the storms
  6. Removed all resultant rubble and roofing waste from above works.

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
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Keep trees trimmed

Trees are a great feature around your property, but they’re not so advantageous for gutters. Trees that stretch over, or grow within close proximity of your roof, can release a lot of leaves and twigs, especially in autumn. When they’re released, they fall or blow into your gutters and make it harder for water to flow through. The problem becomes worse as leaves become wet and create a dense barrier.

Install leaf guards

Of course, there is a way to stop those leaves getting into your gutters. Leaf guards filter out leaves and other debris before they enter your gutters, allowing water to flow through. It’s worth getting expert advice before installing leaf guards though. Some types are less effective, retaining debris and allowing moss to grow around your gutters.

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Keeping your gutters clear yourself isn’t easy, nor is it something advisable without the right health and safety training. Professional gutter clearing allows you to keep on top of your guttering without any hassle or stress. For both commercial and residential properties, this is a sure-fire way to stop your gutters clogging and causing more expensive problems.

Regular inspections

Damage to gutters can increase the likelihood of clogging. Even the smallest crack can act as a trap for debris, allowing it to build up. The solution? Have your gutters inspected, to ensure they are in full working order. This will identify any issues and allow them to be fixed before they develop into something more serious. It will also flag up any issues with your roof, such as loose tiles, that could damage your gutters.

Install better gutters

Even with preventative measures, you might find your gutters are still clogging regularly. The problem could simply be how your gutters have been installed. Poorly installed gutters make clogging more likely, accelerating debris build-up in certain areas. Consider having a new guttering system installed. The investment could pay off in the long run, saving you money on continual repairs.

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