Roofing repair and maintenance to your roof in Clontarf go hand in hand, for if you have regular maintenance to your roof it will lessen the severity of the repair job.
Doing small things like sealing leaks and replacing damaged tiles on your roof will extend it’s longevity and maintain the integrity of the structure.
Doing regular maintenance, helps to keep you on top of the little problems which in return, will help you to avoid the expense of replacing your roof.
Whether you require minor roof repairs or a full roof replacement, Roof Wise is there for you.
We serve the Clontarf area in County Dublin, providing roof replacements and repairs done by our certified team of roofers with over years of experience to their name.
If you suspect that something might be wrong with your roof or you are experiencing problems with it, A manual inspection might be in order, which we provide under our roofing services.
Contact us to get in touch with an expert who will diagnose your roof and its problems, determine the best course of action, and provide you with a free estimate for all work.
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Roof Wise provide roofing repairs in Clontarf, County Dublin. As roofers, we can repair any roof from a small leak to replacing entire sections. Free same day quotes
Clontarf (Irish: Cluain Tarbh, meaning “meadow of the bull”) is an affluent coastal suburb on the northside of Dublin, in Ireland. Whilst Clontarf does not have a single ’village centre’, historically there were two centres of population, one on the coast towards the city, and the fishing village of Clontarf Sheds, further north on the coast at what is now Vernon Avenue. Clontarf has a range of commercial facilities in several locations, mainly centred on Vernon Avenue. It adjoins Fairview, Marino, Killester and Raheny, and is in the postal district Dublin 3. Clontarf is in the jurisdiction of Dublin City Council.
Clontarf is most famous for the Battle of Clontarf in 1014, in which Brian Boru, High King of Ireland, defeated the Vikings of Dublin and their allies, the Irish of Leinster. This battle, which extended over a wide area, is seen as marking an end to the Irish-Viking Wars.