Please take a look at some examples of projects we have worked on below. Click on the images to enlarge the photos.
We have worked on a variety of different roofing projects. For more information call us on 01249 821237
A Grade II listed farmhouse
The roof was stripped off and replaced with a new Penryn Welsh slate. The chimney stacks were rebuilt using a lime mortar mix and the rainwater guttering was renewed using cast iron with specially made wall brackets.
A new handmade clay plain tile was used to compliment the adjoining buildings.
Recent refurbishment of a large townhouse. The original Welsh slates were stripped off and reused along with the natural stone ridge cappings.
A newly built house. Natural imported Spanish slates with clay ridge cappings and lead sheet detailing to the dormer windows.
Four new houses built to a high specification to compliment the village location. The roofs are covered with a Bradstone conservation tile, which is a modern day simulation to natural stone tiles.
All the vertical cedarwood was stripped off and renewed using a new wooden tile. Cedarwood is an imported product from Canada and gives an attractive, durable and environmentally friendly option.
All the old timber roofline boards (fascias, soffit and barges) were removed and replaced with a fully replacement u.P.V.C. board, including new u.P.V.C. rainwater deepflow guttering. This provides a fully non maintenance roofline and can readily brighten up the buildings appearance.
An old Well house in need of some tender loving care. The Cotswold stone tiles were removed to allow the refurbishment of the old hardwood structure. The tiles were reused and the building is revitalised.
Listed Building Section
The chancel roof of the old church in Devizes was stripped and recovered. The original Cotswold stone tiles were reused to one complete elevation with a new Forest Marble stone tile covering to the opposing elevation.
A grade II listed town property with many of the roof areas totally refurbished. A mixture of coverings can be viewed, from natural slates and Cotswold stone to lead coverings of the flat roof and internal valley gutters. The side wall was re-rendered and the timber framed window renewed. New cast iron guttering was fitted along with the wall brackets exactly matching the original. A new conservation roof window sits nicely into the refurbished lead covered roof. The work was recognised by the Chippenham Civic Society for good conservation work.