Roof Slating and Tiling

 

We take pride in being able to re-roof any type of slate or tiled roof. Our roofers are used to working with diminishing courses, random widths, in stone tiles, clay tiles and natural slates. Having carpenters, masons, leadworkers and a metal fabricators in house means if we find problems below or around the roof covering, we can take remedial action quickly and easily without delay.

Related Case Studies

Bramshill House

Bramshill House, Hampshire

Conservation and repair of 17th century roofs and chimneys.

Bramshill House, one of the largest Jacobean mansions in the country, was built in Italian Renaissance style in the early 17th century by Edward la Zouche.  The house was designated a Grade I listed building in 1952. It was used by the Home Office as a Police Staff College between 1960 and its recent sale.

Newport Minster, Isle of Wight

Newport Minster, Isle of Wight

Roofing, masonry repairs, glazing conservation and internal reordering.

Newport Minster is the principal church of the Isle of Wight, a Grade I listed building which serves the island community and some 30,000 visitors each year. It provides a place of quiet reflection and a demonstration of the islands heritage.

St Anne's Church, Alderney

St Anne's Church, Alderney

External repair - roofing, masonry and glazing.

St. Anne’s church, consecrated in 1850 was built to the design of Mr Gilbert Scott. It is one of the finest Victorian buildings in the Channel Islands and its large size has caused it to be known as the Cathedral Church of the Channel Islands. The Church building’s footprint is approximately 650square meters.

St Giles House, Dorset

St Giles House, Dorset

Renovation of a Grade I listed Renaissance property indicative of the work of Inigo Jones.

"What is to become of this old family home where successive generations have lived so long is impossible to foretell" 9th Earl Shaftsbury, written at the end of the second world war.

Tredegar House, Newport

Tredegar House, Newport

Major conservation roofing programme for the National Trust.

Repair and redevelopment of the slate roofs, chimneys and windows of this 17thC stately home managed by the National Trust. Tredegar house is one of the finest examples of a Charles II home in the UK and has origins in the 1500s with the main building 1664 to 1672.

Truro Cathedral, Truro

Truro Cathedral, Truro

A programme of major roof repairs to the original roof of this Gothic Revival Cathedral.

This spired cathedral was built between 1800 and 1910 and its original slate roof had not been repaired since its construction.  Over 46 weeks Ellis and Co repaired the vaulted roofs.

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