First class work…
Leadwork is a common architectural feature in period properties and ecclesiastical buildings. It is often used to cover church spires and to form decorative water system features such as downpipes and rainwater heads. It gives a pleasing aesthetic effect and is durable and resistant to corrosion. Most heritage projects include an element of leadwork and our teams are able to produce first class work of this kind, from simple abutment flashings and rainwater heads, to downpipes, sheeting and decorative elements.
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