OUR EXTENSIVE RANGE OF SERVICES
We specialise in all aspects of roofing work. All materials and types.
You might not think that there is much history surrounding roofing, but the roof landscape here in the UK is very different from anywhere else in Europe, boasting a rich and interesting heritage. The widespread use of concrete tiles, which are present on around 60% of all pitched roofs are the most common roofing material used in this country. 20% of the total are slate tiles, while clay tiles are at around 10%.
Roofs that are sloped are referred to as “pitched”. The “pitch” of a roof describes how steep a roof is, anything less steep than 10 degrees is considered a flat roof. Depending on what material the roof is made from, the pitch will affect it – for example, thatched roofs require a very steep pitch in order to drain correctly.
In areas with frequent bad weather, pitched roofs are more beneficial, allowing excess water to run off the building faster. Some areas also have specific building codes, requiring all roofs to be of at least a certain pitch.CONTACT US
Re-Roofing Residential Homes
If you are looking to replace an old or worn-out roof, are wanting to spruce up your house to put it up for sale or rent or just fancy a change, we can help you re-roof your home or property. Whether you have a terraced or detached house, a flat or a bungalow, we can provide you with the services you require.
Slate Roof Specialists
We are slate roofing specialists with years of experience installing slate on a wide varieties of different types of homes and buildings, both residential and commercial. Slate is recognised worldwide as one of the most beautiful and durable roofing materials available
Lead sheet has been used in roofing applications for centuries and we believe it is far superior to any other synthetic roofing materials in use today. It is malleable and can be dressed to fit curves and contours of roofing tiles, guttering and chimney fixtures to ensure the roof is sealed tightly against leaks, draughts and heat loss.