Enright Roofing Ltd is a well established and highly regarded Company based in London with over 20 years experience in lead roofing.
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LEADWORK ROOFERS IN LONDON
Lead is used mainly for domes, barrel-shaped roofs and guttering. It can also be used for flat roofs.
Leadwork is considerably more expensive than Asphalt or Felt due to the cost of materials and labour.
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LEAD AND SLATE ROOFS
There are many types of slates in a variety of colours that are used solely for pitched roofs.
LEAD CLADDING AND CAPPING
LIQUID COATING SEALANT
Liquid coating sealant is recommended for roofs that are in general need of repair.
When applied properly it can add many years to the waterproofing of the roof.
Types of Work and Materials
New roof installation. Minor/major roof repairs. Renewals to existing roofs, balconies, extensions and garages. Our roofing installers carry out work efficiently and to a very high standard at competitive prices. Lead is used mainly for domes, barrel shaped roofs and guttering and can also be used for flat roofs. Lead work is considerably more expensive than asphalt or felt due to the cost of materials and labour. Built-up felt roofing systems can be applied by a ‘roll and pour’ process using hot bitumen or a torch on method, which is equally efficient.
Areas covered for Leadwork in London:-
Barbican, Barnes, Battersea, Bayswater, Belgravia, Blackheath, Bloomsbury, Camden, Chelsea, Chiswick, Churchill Gardens, City of London, Clapham, Clerkenwell, Covent Garden, Dulwich, Finsbury, Fitzrovia, Fulham, Greenwich, Hammersmith, Hampstead, Highgate, Holborn, Islington, Kensington, Kew, Kingston, Knightsbridge, Leicester Square, Marylebone, Mayfair, Mortlake, Notting hill, Old Street, Paddington, Pentonville, Piccadilly Circus, Pimlico, Putney, Richmond, Shaftesbury Avenue, Shepherds Bush, Shoreditch, Soho, South Kensington, St James’s, St Johns Wood, St Katherine’s & Wapping, Temple, Victoria, Wandsworth, Westminster, Whitechapel and Willesden.