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Dry Verges
Jul 9th, 2024, 5:13pm
 
Image 3 Hello,

I need some advice about replacing some dry verges on my bungalow.
I had some dry verges fitted to the front of my bungalow a couple of years ago and, recently, a couple of them have fallen off, as you can see on the photo. Since they were fitted, I have discovered that the roofer who fitted them was a rogue (he did other jobs that caused problems too) and, recently, another roofer came to give me advice and a quote about this. He said that the dry verges that were in place would need to be removed and replaced by new ones, because they couldn’t be re-used. He also said that the job would cost me about a thousand pounds in total if done properly, including materials, labour and putting up scaffolding.

What are peoples’ thoughts on this advice? Does it seem about right, or not?
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Re: Dry Verges
Reply #1 - Jul 10th, 2024, 8:40am
 
Without seeing it it’s not possible to say but the quote sounds reasonable enough.
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