How Pinnacle Works With Building Control Certificates

A building control certificate is a necessity for certifying that your property has been inspected and any building works are carried out following building regulations – and that includes work on your roof.

Depending on the building control body used, this certificate can be referred to differently. You may have heard of it labelled as a completion certificate or final certificate by approved inspectors, but regardless of its title, it provides proof that your building works have been approved.

What is It?

When working with a new roof installation, a building control certificate is evidence that everything is constructed by regulations. These greatly help if you are looking to sell a property, as mortgage lenders will require them to release any mortgage funds. No certificate, no real ability to sell the house.

A building control inspector would undertake an inspection of the roofing build, checking the work at vital stages of construction. Once the inspector has seen that the work complies with the regulations, all fees are paid and relevant certificates have been provided, a completion certificate will be issued.

An inspector will examine areas such as foundations, drainage and all other aspects of the roof work conducted to ensure all elements meet the required standards of regulations. Once satisfied with the completion of the work, the instructor will send a certificate to both the roofing company and the customer.

Pinnacle Roof and Build have worked on many roof installations and renovations following building control inspectors and have been provided with multiple certificates for our roofing projects. This level of professional work from our team ensures that we work within the building regulations on each project presented to us.

No matter what kind of roofing project you require, from pitched roof installations to flat roof installations, you can rest assured that Pinnacle Roof and Build will provide all necessary documentation.


Working in a high pressure law firm means we often don’t have time to turn our attention to the things that need doing to the building we work in.

Since we occupied our Cheadle offices back in 2017, we have have always had and issue with the flat roof at the back. Any time we have tried to resolve it, we have either been met with unreliable workmen, or extortionate quotes.

Once Brad joined BNI – and after hearing about all the fantastic work he had done for fellow members – we decided to call him in to quote. After attending the offices and providing a very reasonable and detailed quotation, we instructed Pinnacle Roof and Build to replace the flat roof at the office.

Brad and his team always turned up on the days and times stipulated – and if there was ever a change in the schedule, Brad would always let me know in advance.

It wasn’t the easiest of jobs, and Brad and his team were met with a lot of challenges – but despite this, the invoice at the end did not exceed the initial quote, and the works were still completed in time.

All in all, Pinnacle Roof and Build provided a first class service. They went above and beyond to ensure customer satisfaction, and I would not hesitate to recommend them to family, friends, and business associates.

Zara Reaz | Betesh Middleton – Cheadle

Alex and his team were professional throughout. They arrived on time, delivered the job with no hiccups and completed the job on the day they said they would.
Overall impressed with the work and the workmanship.

J Morris – Woodley.

We first reached out to pinnacle when our roof was leaking last winter which they temporarily repaired.
We then had them back in the spring to re-roof our entire house. Great work lads.

P Bolton – Woodley.

Very high standard of work, gave great advice and provided a second to none service!
Will be using again!

B Council – New Mills.

We decided to use pinnacle roof and build because I thought Brad was very easy to deal with and very knowledgeable about the work we needed doing.
Great company, great set of lads

S Myers – Gee Cross.


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