Roof Coverings

Historic and rare roof Coverings
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In the UK we have a huge number of listed and historical buildings and homes, with the many private owners and organisations responsible for them, working hard to ensure that each building is well looked after and maintained. Historic buildings add to the lasting heritage of our built environment and the supply of authentic roof […]

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Improve drainage with Green Roofs, Wildflower Meadows and Natural Lawns
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The 2010 Flood and Water Management Act revolves around three cornerstones: Quantity: to minimise and slow down the rate of surface water runoff Quality: to remove pollutants from the water Amenity: to improve the local environment for both people and wildlife.

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Choosing the Right Roof Covering
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It wouldn’t occur to most people, but the biggest threat to the durability of your roof is not from snow, rain or frost, but from ultra violet rays.

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Roofing materials & advice
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Everything you need to know about Roofing can be found here. Roofing materials for domestic pitched roofs follow a long tradition in the UK and you would be forgiven for thinking they have not changed radically over the years. However, whilst the materials may not have changed significantly, the form and function of them have […]

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Roofing Types and Materials
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Wondering what roofing material to use for your home? Depending on the purpose of the roof, our contractors will be able to point you in the right direction and install a new roof on your home.

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Is a sedum roof covering best for a DIY green roof?
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A sedum roof covering is the lightest form of green living roof. You can grow sedum plants on any flat roof. You simply add a substrate and plant the sedum.

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