Tiled Roofing

Tiled roofs are durable and can be long-lasting with proper care. Tiles also reflect heat, which can help to keep your home cooler in the summer months.

Tiled Roofs

Tiled roofing is a popular choice for domestic roofs due to its elegant look, exceptional strength, and ability to withstand various weather conditions. We have a wide range of styles, colors, and textures to suit your aesthetic preferences and complement the architectural style of your home.

With proper installation and maintenance, tiled roofs can last for several decades, providing long-term peace of mind and cost-effectiveness. We ensure proper ventilation and insulation to optimize energy efficiency.


Why are tiled roofs a good choice for me?

 Tiled roofs are popular, but typically more expensive. They are fire-resistant, long-lasting, and low-maintenance. They help shed water which helps protect the roof from water damage. Once your tiled roof has served its purpose, it can be recycled or reused for something else which makes them a more sustainable option than other types of roofs.


Tiled Roof Styles

Tiled roofs come in a wide range of different colours and styles, from traditional clay tiles to more modern concrete and metal options. Whether you’re going for a classic or contemporary look, or a subtle or statement-making colour, there’s sure to be a tiled roof that matches your style and budget.

Slate Roofing

Slate roofs are a popular choice because of their beauty and durability. Slate is a natural stone that can last for centuries and it’s also an eco-friendly option, making it a wise investment for your home.

Slate Roofs

Unlike many other roofing materials, slate is not susceptible to rot or insect damage, and it can withstand high winds and heavy snowfall. They are fire-resistant, low maintenance, and energy efficient. Slate is a very versatile material that comes in a range of colours, from light grey to deep green. 

Slate roofs have been around for centuries, and they’re still widely used today because of their ability to age gracefully over time. The older the slates, the more it will add character and charm to your home

Lead Work

Lead is most commonly used on a roof to seal the joints between two surfaces. This process is known as “flashing,” and acts as a barrier between your roof and brickwork

Lead Work 

Lead is ideal for roofs. It is a soft, resilient, and malleable metal, making it ideal for external use in construction.

Lead in roofing is mainly used to deflect rain water, diverting it off your roof to reduce water damage. This roofing also has decorative uses. Lead is able to expand and contract as the weather changes, preventing stress and damage.