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Merlin Truline Roofing Ltd

217 Carshalton Road
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Phone: 020 8395 6005
Contact Person: Kevin Bailey
Occupation: Roofing Specialists

Merlin Truline Roofing have provided roofing services for 20 years to buildings large and small - including houses, commercial properties and factories. 


We can take on any size of tiling job whether it is hand made clay tiles or machine made, for repairs, refurbishments, to small houses or extensions upwards, having great experience of all of the above.


Merlin Truline Roofing are highly experienced in the refurbishment and maintenance of slate roofs, gained from years of understanding and using natural slate and best practice for slate installation. For a more traditional look, natural slate can be used on your roof, whilst reclaimed slate can be used to blend seamlessly on period and older properties.


Not only do we have a vastly experienced and qualified lead work team, but we are affiliated to the Association of Lead Contractors. We expanded our operation back in 1990 to include Leadworks. All lead features can be detailed from simple flat lead roofs to more complex designs.


We have offered a selection of flat roofing options for ove 18 years - ranging from the traditional hot bitumen sealed felt with mineral chippings, to the newer more advanced Firestone flat roofing system. Firestone give a 20 year manufacturer’s guarantee on roofs installed using their system by qualified approved fitters. 


This can compromise of Steel or Aluminium - and is designed for pitched, flat or arched construction on virtually all types of buildings. Roof deck is popular because it is strong, lightweight and economical.


Guttering is crucial to the wellbeing of houses in general, as it should efficiently channel rain water from the roof towards a downpipe which in turn carries it down to ground level and then into the drainage system.