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The bungalow roof in Exeter underwent a revamp as with the removal of old roof ridge tiles and felt. This roof renovation was essential work not just for the roof’s appearance, but also to prevent damp and leakages. The old worn and decaying materials were replaced with new. The cement ridge, dry verge caps and roof tiles were removed, new felt was put in and new wooden roof battens. The sturdy cement ridges provide a secure and aesthetically pleasing finish to the roofline, while the dry verge caps prevent water coming in. This meticulous upgrade has not only enhanced the bungalow’s overall appeal but also bolstered its resilience against weather conditions, ensuring long-lasting performance.

Roof ridge tiles and felt removed ready for new cement ridges and dry verge caps

Effective measures to protect roofs

One of the primary aspects of roof protection is regular inspection and maintenance. Inspecting the roof at least twice a year, preferably during spring and aurumn, to allows for early detection of any potential issues. Professional roofers can assess the condition of the roof, identify any signs of damage or deterioration, and provide the necessary repairs or maintenance.


Protecting your roof with regular inspections, maintenance, and proactive measures is essential for maintaining the structural integrity and longevity of a building. From regular cleaning and gutter maintenance to applying roof coatings and reinforcing against high winds, each step plays a vital role in safeguarding the roof against the elements.

DBF Roofing are here to offer preventative measures and promptly address signs wear and tear  to protect your property from costly damage further down the line.

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