We have the knowledge care and understanding required to work on listed and heritage buildings having work on nearly 100 heritage buildings in our time. Including Lottery funded projects.
Here are many wonderful historic and well loved and visited buildings throughout the whole of the UK; many of these have been stood for hundreds of years and some for much longer than that. Of course as the years go by the roofs on these buildings have to stand the test of time and Mother Nature. They have to go through – and will already have gone through – years of storms, face battering from high winds and of course will have seen rain, sleet and snow. All of these elements could have severe effects on old stone or quarried tile and of course they are not immune to damage. At some stage the roofing will have to be re-done or repaired. This is when our company comes into its own with our knowledge, skill set and understanding required to undertake these projects.
Any materials that the our company work with should be able to meet the stringent demands of conversation planning areas which are strictly controlled. We will be able to finish off the roof to the highest standards with matching ridge tiles for instance. We pride ourselves on the completed project and offer full insurance and quality workmanship throughout.
We are willing to work on any project whatever the size, whether you just need a single portion of the roof matched with materials and repaired to high standards or whether you need to have the whole of the roof replaced. Matching tiles and materials is essential aesthetically and as a roofing company who has been in the business for many years we will not have problems doing so.
Bishops Palace, Exeter Catherdral
Charlton House, Somerset
Hartland Church, Hartland, Devon
Mortuary Chapel, Ford Park, Plymouth
Newton St Petrock, Church, Holsworthy
St Andrews Church, Alwington, Bideford, Devon
St Heiritha’s Church, Chattlehampton, Devon
St Petrock’s Church, West Anstey, Devon
St Thomas – A – Becket Church, Newton Tracey, Devon