Helping maintain buildings with historic significance is important, but more significant is preserving the building's original tradition and heritage without causing damage.
Roof Care (North Staffs) Ltd has a team of experts with over 49 years of experience, working on the roofs of listed buildings across Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Utilising the appropriate materials and techniques to ensure the historic building maintains its timeless look.
The key to preserving and maintaining the integrity and image of a historic building is when performing repairs, to use the correct materials and style of construction that was used originally.
Our team of experts have a proven track record in completing work on the roofs of heritage buildings, with all our roofers holding a Gold Card CSCS accreditation.
We have worked on numerous historical buildings across Staffordshire and North Cheshire, this includes Quarry Bank Mill in Styal, Cheshire.
It’s one of the best-preserved textile mills left from the industrial revolution. Now standing as a museum of the cotton industry, it was the inspiration for the 2013 television series ‘The Mill’, and a confirmed as a Grade II* listed building by the National Heritage List.
Our other work includes Hanbury Hall, a large stately home built in the 18th century in Droitwich Worcestershire, Shugborough Hall, an important property of local interest which is a stately home in Great Haywood, Staffordshire, England, as well as a number of churches and graded listed buildings.