Leading Leadwork Professionals
Leadwork roofs are a long-lasting durable roofing option for Exeter houses & buildings. At Salter Roofing we understand how beneficial these roofs can be for both domestic, urban & commercial clients which is why we offer a range of leadwork services to suit your needs & budget. Lead roofing can be a difficult task for some due to the manipulation and stretching of lead in order to fit the roofs size & structure, however Salter Roofing are up to the task. We have over 25 years experience with lead roofing and our professional team can carry out fitting, repairs, cladding, flashing and replacement work all at a competitive price. Get in touch with one of our friendly team members for more information today.
Expert Leadwork Solutions
Our team of experience leadwork contractors have handled small & large scale projects meaning we are fully equipped to rise to any challenges. Lead is an excellent alternative to common roofing solutions such as tile & slate. Not to mention that the material is flexible, reliable, Eco-friendly and resistant to corrosion. Furthermore roofing leadwork guarantees rainwater is prevented from entering passages in between the roof’s elements and the interior of the building. This is done by employing lead flashing’s to guide water away from the building and prevent excess moisture from entering your home or building. If you have damp or wetness of any type, lead flashing’s will almost certainly need to be installed or updated.
So, for a bonus layer of protection on your home or property, contact the experts at Salter Roofing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Lead must be manipulated in a correct manner not to overstretch or weaken when forming and positioning. These roofs also require accurate welding to ensure the seals will keep out and direct water away from the property. Luckily for you Salter Roofing have many years experience installing and repairing leadwork at a competitive price.
Lead is one of the most eco-friendly products on the market, as nearly all of it is now made from previously recycled lead and once it has outlasted its lifespan it will then be recycled again for future use. If it is installed correctly it can last up to 200 years!
Yes. Lead flashing is essential where slates/tiles either meet a wall/chimney to ensure a water tight roof. Soakers will do their job but the lead work is needed.