Collyweston Slate experts
Heritage Roofing Services
specialises in Collyweston slate roofing
We are proud to provide professional heritage roofing services throughout Stamford, Rutland, and the wider Northamptonshire regions.
As time-served craftsmen, we believe in upholding traditional roofing methods. Coupled with modern-day roofing techniques, we professionally maintain and restore heritage roofs.
Of course, preserving the beauty of our heritage roofs is of significant historical importance. Therefore, each Collyweston stone roof project we undertake we handle with the utmost professionalism and care.
Heritage Roofing is a family business with over 30 years of experience. During this time, we have worked on a variety of heritage roofs. Previous projects range from Grade 11 listed buildings to barns and stately homes.
Proud to be Traditional Roofers
Throughout the area, we are fortunate enough to have a variety of historical buildings proudly displaying Collyweston slate roofs. Instantly recognisable, these beautiful slate roofs showcase our heritage and traditional craftsmanship.
Like each building it adorns, Collyweston Stone holds a rich history. This history is rooted in the Northamptonshire village, where mines supplied Collyweston slate for over 400 years. In addition to being the village from where it also takes its name.
With this historical value in mind, we consider it an honour to restore a Collyweston roof to its former glory. Each project is unique and requires the skills and expertise we have gained over years of experience.
Heritage Roofing Services use traditional methods for Collyweston Stone Slate roofing.
We offer all services related to Blue Slate roofs, from re-slating to repairs and maintenance.
Traditional to the East of England, clay pantiles have been used for centuries.
Conservation Slates, closely resemble Collyweston in appearance
Arcadia Pantiles look stunning on this cottage in South Witham cottage The Arcadia pantile roof on this attractive cottage in South Wiham had reached the end of its natural life.Unfortunately, the existing pantiles couldn't be reused as they had worn out and perished...
Damaged by fire, this Pantile roof in Pinchbeck was restored to its former glory by the team at Heritage Roofing. This Grade II listed barn required extensive work following damage caused by fire. The wall plate was rebuilt to support the new roof structure, and the...
The pantile roof of the cottage, attached to a Grade I listed Water Mill, required a new set of reclaimed pantiles as the existing pantiles were too degraded/perished to be reused. The roof structure required strengthening using tanalised timbers and the roof...