Ploughcroft has considerable experience in providing heritage roofing solutions in the market town of Wetherby. We also cover the surrounding area, including Thorpe Arch, Bramham, Bardsey, Harewood, Collingham, Tadcaster and Spofforth.
Our advanced team are qualified in ‘Understanding Repair and Maintenance of Traditional pre-1919 Buildings’ and are accomplished at working with all traditional materials including slate, tile and stone.
Our time-served roofers are fully trained to work on old properties, prestigious buildings, traditional roofs and a wide range of heritage projects. We provide heritage roofing solutions for all types of properties in and around Wetherby.
Ploughcroft is well-versed in installing conservation style windows and roof lights and will work with local conservationists if required.
It is important that you find experts able to navigate the rules and regulations that naturally surround heritage buildings. Our heritage roofing Wetherby team is fully experienced in this regard and know that the key to truly successful heritage roofing lies in meticulous attention to detail and applying specialist techniques to ensure the roof replacement or repairs are sympathetic to the period of the original structure.
Ensure the roof on your listed building in Wetherby isn’t just functional but aesthetically enhanced and historically pleasing. Simply contact us today or fill out the form below for all your roof inspection and restoration needs.
With Wetherby Bridge over the River Wharfe being, not only a Grade II listed structure but a Scheduled Ancient Monument, there are many historical gems of architecture around this West Yorkshire market town.
Wetherby is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Wedrebi, meaning “settlement on the bend of a river”. However, local folklore insists that the name refers to the climate which tends to avoid heavy snow – where “the weather goes by”. This does not mean, however, that you should neglect your roof!