Our time-served roofers are skilled in work for heritage and older listed buildings in Halifax. This includes listed and historic properties, such as:
Ploughcroft is based in Halifax itself and maintains an unsurpassed reputation for the provision of high-quality heritage roofing solutions. As well as the town of Halifax itself, Ploughcroft’s heritage roofing Halifax services cover the immediate area including Boothtown, Hipperholme, Illingworth, King Cross, Lightcliffe, Mixenden, Northowram, Ovenden, Salterhebble, Shibden, Skitcoat Green and Southowram.
Ploughcroft craftsmen are all fully qualified in ‘Understanding Repair and Maintenance of Traditional pre-1919 Buildings’. Our roofers are therefore experts in working with traditional roofing materials like slate, tile and stone – both new and reclaimed. We are able to give Halifax buildings, which possess significant historical value, full protection from the elements whilst maintaining their original charm.
Ploughcroft can also install conservation style windows and roof lights to a high level of craftsmanship. Where required, we work in conjunction with local conservationists and other experts. Full insurance backed warranties are available.
With ongoing technical training, our heritage roofing Halifax team ensures a sympathetic approach to heritage projects and traditional roofing in both public and private sectors.
The rules and regulations which surround heritage and listed buildings can be complex, but don’t despair. Ploughcroft is Heritage Certified and will ensure that the traditional roof works are in keeping with the original and professionally replaced or repaired.
For free roof inspection and professional advice on heritage roofing, please contact us today or fill out the form below.
For residents and business owners in Halifax, history and heritage makeup part of their daily surroundings. From the town’s iconic Grade 1 listed Piece Hall – Britain’s oldest remaining cloth hall dating back to 1779, to the multitude of listed buildings that Halifax is home to, such as the Grade 2 listed Wainhouse Tower that dominates the town’s skyline, Halifax has a rich past which its buildings reflect.
People from Halifax will know that these architectural gems won’t just be what naturally spring to mind when ‘heritage’ is mentioned. Instead, ‘heritage’ buildings can include cherished cultural buildings such as the well-known Victoria Theatre, as well as listed buildings.