Slate Roof Repairs

We have a team of roofers & slaters that can deal with any issues you may have, from missing or slipped slates, broken slates, nail sickness, slipped slates or any other slating related issue.

Our team of slaters are based in in Dundee and cover the full of Tayside, Fife, Perth & Perthshire.

We work with residential, commercial & public authorities offering emergency slate roofing services where & when needed. As your local slate roofing repairs company. We can help you with any slating related problem you may have.

Common Slate Roof Repairs

Missing & slipped slates

Missing or slipped slates are generally caused by bad weather. you should look for a gap or a pattern of slate that would be sitting in the gutters or valleys . You need to be careful with slipped slates as if the wind catches them they can blow off the building.

Our team of slaters are based in in Dundee and cover the full of Tayside, Fife, Perth & Perthshire.

We work with residential, commercial & public authorities offering emergency slate roofing services where & when needed. As your local slate roofing repairs company. We can help you with any slating related problem you may have.

No hidden extras

What’s included from Tayfix?

  • Free Quotations
  • Experienced and vetted Electricians

What we might charge extra for

  • Any parts or materials used.

What won’t be charged

  • Cost of parking
  • Fuel or travel time

Need a roofer but not an emergency but looking for a roofer? Request a callback

Frequently asked questions

What type of slate do you work with?

We work with Natural Slate, Spanish Slate, Brazilian Slate, Welsh Slate, Canadian Slate, Argentinian slate to name a few. There are also man made slates such as Fibre cement slate, Recycled roof slates

How long should slate roofs last?

Typically slates will last anywhere from 80-100 years. The most common types of repairs we deal with is not actually a problem with the slate but its a problem with the nails hat hold the slates up. They start to get something called “nail sickness”