“A roof over your head” – this well-known saying illustrates how shelter remains one of the basic human rights.
Ploughcroft is a professional roofing contractor based in West Yorkshire. We take pride in the fact that all our new and replacement roofs for customers in Wetherby are installed to the highest standards. We also supply to the surrounding area of Wetherby, including Collingham, Thorpe Arch, Bramham, Harewood, Tadcaster and Spofforth.
Ploughcroft also repair old roofs and so are well placed to advise you when a brand-new roof is the best long-term option. All roofs wear out at some point and Ploughcroft can install a quality replacement roof that will save you money in the long run on your Wetherby property.
We will provide expert advice on the optimum roofing materials to use to suit your budget and application. We can supply new or reclaimed slate, tiles or stone.
Our time-served roofers are fully trained to work on all types of buildings, both modern and historic. We ensure that our high standards of work and health & safety are constantly monitored with ongoing technical training.
Our Wetherby roofing team is trained to take care of insulation, ventilation, roofline and underlayment to the roof, keeping disruption to a minimum.
All our new and replacement roofs attain BS5534 Standards, which ensures best practice in new roof installation, together with the Building Regulations Approved Document L, which covers the whole area of energy conservation. Our Eco Roofs™ literally pay for themselves over a period of time.
Whether you have a flat or pitched roof that is past its peak, you can be confident that Ploughcroft can fully cater for your Wetherby roofing needs. Get in touch with us or fill out the form below to find out more.
There are many wonderful examples of historic architecture in and around this West Yorkshire market town, none better than Wetherby Bridge over the River Wharfe, which is a Grade II listed structure and a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
Wetherby is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Wedrebi, meaning “settlement on the bend of a river”. Many local people, however, believe that the name refers to the general climate which misses the heavy snow – where “the weather goes by”. However, do not take this to mean that you should neglect the condition of your roof!