Ploughcroft is based in West Yorkshire and offers high-quality heritage roofing solutions throughout the region. This includes the city of Leeds itself as well as the surrounding area, such as Horsforth, Morley, Pudsey, Otley and Garforth. We take pride in the restoration of heritage buildings to their former glory, particularly in regard to the sympathetic approach to roofing works.
Ploughcroft can also install conservation style windows and roof lights, working where appropriate with local conservationists.
Our time-served roofers are accustomed to working on older properties of all types in the Leeds area, including listed and prestigious buildings. With ongoing training, our roofing team has the expertise to ensure a successful outcome on traditional roofs and a wide range of heritage projects in the public and private sectors.
In addition, our advanced heritage roofing Leeds team are fully qualified in ‘Understanding Repair and Maintenance of Traditional pre-1919 Buildings’. This means they are adept at working with slate, tile and stone and other traditional materials as required. This knowledge enables Ploughcroft to fully preserve the timeless character of your building.
The rules and regulations that apply to heritage buildings can be complex, but you can trust Ploughcroft to help you every step of the way. Our heritage roofing Leeds team is fully experienced and will ensure that the traditional roof replacement or repairs are sympathetic to the original structure.
To take advantage of our in-depth roof inspections, professional advice on all aspects of heritage roofing and to robustly protect your heritage building in Leeds from the harsh elements, please contact us today or fill out the form below.
Leeds is a thriving, vibrant city oozing character, with an abundance of historical tales to tell. As a prominent player in the woollen cloth industry prior to the Industrial Revolution, it’s no surprise that many of Leeds beautiful buildings echo the city’s colourful past.
Leeds boasts around 3,300 listed buildings, including the popular Victorian Corn Exchange and Art Deco style Queen’s Hotel just opposite the train station. These architectural treasures aren’t just limited to the city centre with the likes of Kirkstall Brewery and Harewood House being gems located outside the city.