Copper Roofing

Our Copper Roofing work includes design of home extensions,  restoration and heritage work on churches, cathedrals, metal domes and new build contemporary designs.  Below you will be able to view some of our Copper Roofing projects in our work in our Copper Roofing Portfolio and further information about this versatile metal can be found under our Copper Roofing Technical Information Section.  We never contract out work and will treat every project we undertake with the same quality of workmanship from a small rear extension to a heritage monuments, in addition we offer extremely competitive quotes.

Copper Roofing Portfolio

Southwark Cathedral Copper Roofing

Copper Roofing on Southwark Cathedral

As Copper Roofing Ecclesiastical Heritage Work Specialists, we were asked to replace a section of the roof at Southwark Cathedral.  A great many churches will choose copper as a roofing material, not only fit with existing and where there are Grade I or II requirements to do so, but because

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Copper Canopy Heritage Work

Copper Canopy Entrance in Park Lane

The client of this property in Park Lane had created a new doorway next to the original entrance and asked us to create a canopy that match the one on the existing entrance.   They originally asked us to create a Zinc Canopy and were surprised when we advised that the

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Copper Roofing Extension

Copper Roofing on
Small Residential Extension

We were contact to supply Copper Roofing to this Victorian Style building located in Hampstead, as the architects wished to create a roof extension to extend the kitchen.  They requested copper roofing to fit in with the design and age of the overall building and we therefore advised the copper

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Copper Cupola on Campanile in Kew Gardens

Copper Cupola at
Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew

We were commission as Copper Roofing Specialists, to replace the copper cupola on this Grade II listed chimney at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew.  Designed by the architect Decimus Burton, it was originally called the “Shaft of the Great Palm-Stove”, but is now known as the Campanile.  Its total

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Copper Roofing Technical Information