Ploughcroft is based in Hipperholme West Yorkshire, just a stone’s throw from Huddersfield and with easy access to heritage properties that border The Pennines. We offer high-quality heritage roofing solutions throughout the region, including Halifax, Brighouse, Sowerby Bridge, Elland, Mirfield, Ripponden, Marsden and Kirkburton.
We take pride in the restoration of heritage buildings to their former glory, specialising in roofing works.
Ploughcroft can also install conservation style windows and roof lights. We are accustomed to working, where appropriate, with local conservationists and other parties.
Our time-served roofers specialise in work for a wide range of older properties in the Huddersfield and Halifax area, including listed and historic buildings. Benefitting from ongoing technical training, our roofing team will ensure a successful outcome on traditional roofs and heritage projects in the public and private sectors.
In addition, our advanced heritage roofing Huddersfield team is fully qualified in ‘Understanding Repair and Maintenance of Traditional pre-1919 Buildings’. This means they are experts in working with tile, slate, stone (new and reclaimed) and able to give buildings of historical value in Huddersfield the protection they deserve.
The rules and regulations that apply to heritage buildings can be complex, but you can trust Ploughcroft to help in any way we can. We are Heritage Certified and will ensure that the traditional roof replacement or repairs are sympathetic to the original as well as professionally carried out.
To take advantage of our free roof inspections, professional advice on all aspects of heritage roofing and to protect your heritage building from the elements, please contact us today or fill out the form below.
If you are a resident or business owner in Huddersfield, you’ll be well aware that this large West Yorkshire market town radiates history and heritage. Huddersfield is justifiably proud of its 3,000 listed buildings, one of the highest concentrations in England.
Not only is the neo-classical railway station a Grade 1 listed building, but Huddersfield’s lively town centre boasts 221 listed buildings.