The cost of re-roofing a property will vary depending on a number of factors including:


  • the professional roofer you hire
  • the size of your roof 
  • the quality of the materials you will use
  • whether or not you are altering the style of your current roof.


A roof is one of the most important components of a house and maintenance becomes absolutely necessary in order to protect them and make our home feel more secure.  As roof structures tend to wear out faster, re-roofing or roof restoration is always necessary, in order to protect the property.


Choosing the right roofer: 


  • Choose someone with lots of specific experience.
  • Get a detailed quote from each tradesman you’re considering. 
  • Check out the reviews from previous customers 
  • Find out whether a tradesman uses safety equipment properly. 
  • Never pay in full upfront! 



Buying a new roof system is an important investment. Before you spend your money, spend time learning how to evaluate roofing contractors. You should insist on working with a professional roofing contractor. Island Imperial Roofing can assist you in getting the kind of results you expect—a quality roof system at a fair price. 


 

A new roof will be required to:


  • resist weather
  • resist the spread of fire from one property to another
  • be able to support loads (weights)
  • provide resistance to heat loss (insulation)
  • be ventilated to protect from condensation (in most cases)
  • have adequate drainage

 

The materials used to cover the roof should comply with Codes of Standards BS5534 and be durable and capable of resisting the elements of the weather. 



New Roof Isle of Wight

Slate Tiles

Marley Slate Roof Tiles Island Imperial Roofing

The Traditional Slate Roof is still a favourite in many parts of the UK but even more so on the Isle of Wight. The slate tile is weather hard and maintains a clean look for many years. Perfect for roof types in Coastal or Windy locations like the Isle of wight.

Concrete Tiles

Redland Concrete Roof Tiles Island Imperial Roofing

A major player in roofing materials as the tile is strong and impermeable. The advantage of concrete tiles is the vast range available – many of which interlock, offering improved waterproofing, secure fixing and shallower roof pitches creating a fantastic finish.

Clay Tiles

Marley Clay Tiles Island Imperial Roofing

Small Clay Tiles are  great for curves and intricate details, adding character and distinction to a property. They come in a range of colours, textures and shapes. With special tiles for valleys & ridges. Marley Eternit is a leading UK manufacturer of clay tiles.

Slate Effect Fibre Cement Tiles

Slate effect fibre cement tiled roof Isle of Wight

Artificial Slate Effect Tiles are Eco- friendly, EXTREMELY durable, lightweight and Cost-Effective. This type of Tile should be considered if a Cost-Effective Quality look is what you are after.


Please see OUR CLIENTS page for more examples of this Tile.

Interlocking Tiles

Marley Interlocking Roof Tiles Island Imperial Roofing

Traditional tiles bring warmth and character to your roof. Using interlocking tiles reduces the necessity for overlapping, manufactured to give value and visual appeal.  It reduces the number of tiles needed per square metre and brings down the weight and cost of ANY roof. Available in a variety of styles and colours to provide long lasting weather tight performance.

Decra Roof Tiles

Decra Roof Tiles Island Imperial Roofing

Decra lightweight roofing tiles provide an attractive and economic finish for all types of roof down to 10° pitch. The tile system is strong, functional and weather resistant  These Tiles are widely used in static homes and on roofs requiring a light weight solution.

Deteriorating Roof Tiles

Roof tiles have a long history and a good track record. Manufacturers typically guarantee the tiles for 30 years and suggest that 60 years is a reasonable service life.   Our roofs face the worst of the elements: spring showers, winter blizzards and searing summer temperatures all take their toll.  Over the years the fixings deteriorate and there is nothing holding the slate securely. 

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