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Hard metals such as copper and zinc have been used for centuries, providing a beautiful finish and incredible durability. Ecclesiastical buildings and period properties often feature towers, domes and spires in copper and zinc, which can be moulded around unusual shapes. We provide tailored, specialist repair and installation of copper and zinc roofing and can install MENTION PROPRIETARY SYSTEMS/MANUFACTURERS HERE.
Stainless steel can offer an alternative to more traditional materials, such as lead, as it is slightly cheaper and is far more resistant to theft. Terne-coated stainless steel, which imitates the appearance of patinated lead, is becoming increasingly used in ecclesiastical settings.
In addition to traditional hard metal roofing applications, our teams are highly skilled in hard metal cladding, using NAMECHECK MANUFACTURERS.
Slate and stone roofs will last for 100 years or longer when fully maintained. They are a common feature of heritage properties
Traditional clay plain tiles, and single-lap tiles made from local natural materials are common features of restoration projects
Leadwork is a common architectural feature in period properties and ecclesiastical buildings
Hard metals such as copper and zinc have been used for centuries, providing a beautiful finish and incredible durability
In all except the simplest roofi ng repairs, carpentry will be required