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Yes, the garage door is shabby looking

Yes, the garage door is shabby looking Yes, the garage door is shabby locking, but it’s the high position of the door lock which caused us concern. With this we knew we were looking a canopy cone and cable door and repair would only be a short-term fix. We suggested replacement with a retractable door; No cables are used in the lifting operation, instead spring assisted side mounted lifting arms assist the opening of the garage door. The re-roof was straightforward as we work on this garage design regularly. The roof and fascias are in dark ‘Juniper’ green which in
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It’s a Whopper!

It’s a Whopper! This building in Altrincham, Cheshire is a staggering 41ft (long). Many options were discussed with the client before deciding upon this Van Dyke coloured roof, pressure treated side barge boards and mahogany rosewood PVC window to rear. At first it was proposed to clad the front fascia and door pillars in something like a dark brown colour PVC cladding. It was also mentioned adding a woodgrain PVC fascia to the one side. The only real challenge was to obtain the measurements for the roof adjoining the wall. The current roof was too brittle to support our surveyor,
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“Another One Bites the Dust”

“Another One Bites the Dust”There’s so many reasons to buying your roof from Compton Spares.com that sometimes it’s hard to know where to begin. This garage for example has gained a quality set of original Compton design PVC fascias as well as guttering supported as the factory once intended. We are sure that our client wasn’t disappointed with the roof either, off the shelf and pre-cut to Compton Sizes. Manchester has a disproportionately high level of garage roof startups. Wishing to outdo the rivals some companies offer outrageous warranties with no trading history to back them up. If the Google
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Superficially the roof looked fine but it leaked like a sieve

Superficially the roof looked fine but it leaked like a sieve Mr. Fowler of Coventry had previously hired what he soon discovered to be rouge builders. Superficially the roof looked fine but it leaked like a sieve and goodness knows where the original asbestos went. Naturally he was suspicious of any contractor but he was offered the peace of mind that Compton Spares.com was a Which? Trusted Traded an endorsement not offered by any of their rivals. Our installers arrived promptly at 8am on the agreed date and they quickly set about removing the leaky roof and the new factory
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