• Complete Roofs
  • Bay roofs
  • Dormers
  • Flashing
  • Rainwater goods
  • Valleys
  • Soil Slates
  • Finials
  • Repairs
  • Wall Cladding
  • LEAD

    Lead has been used to cover roofs of Cathedrals, Churches, and Stateley Houses for centuries.

    It is one of the most durable materials.
    It has high resistance to atmospheric pollutants.

    Church roof at Framingham

    Each sheet carefully sized and fixed to the standards laid down by the Lead Sheet Association.



    Stainless Steel has long term resistance to corrosion and a smooth surface finish.

    Stainless steel requires very little maintenance , it is a low weight material due to it's lower thickness compared to most other metalic roofing material.

    This can result in a lighter, more cost effective supporting structure.



    Zinc has an ability to bend in a varity of different shapes and fit curves that are imposible for other materials.

    This enables arcitects and property owners to have original and impressive designs.

    It also has an exceptionally long life span.

    Zinc can be laid on slopes from 5% to vertical. It is available in a range of different colours.



    Copper has been used on roofs for centuries.

    Copper provides itself with a layer of natural protection called Patina, which is green in colour.

    Copper will last as long as the building it is protecting, thereore eliminating the need of replacement.