VM Zinc Anthra Black cladding to an attic conversion Stackpool Road, Bristol.
Raised rooflights on a VM Zinc roof to an extension to a private farmhouse.
Pre-weathered Zinc veranda to a private house in Crowcombe, Somerset.
A small but challenging round fronted VM Zinc Quartz roof with a curved stainless steel secret gutter lining, St. Stephen’s church, Charlton Musgrove, Wincanton, Somerset.
Two zinc covered oriel windows in VM Zinc pigmento blue in Clevedon, Bristol.
The end result of the lead roofing to the new Sybil’s Temple at the beautiful Hestercombe Gardens, Taunton, Somerset.
A new build we have now completed in zinc at Corton Denham, Somerset.
This is a two-part house with one section completely covered in VM Zinc Quartz, while the other half of the building is slate with black Anthra VM Zinc.
A large VM zinc quartz roof with G3 ventilated ridge to a barn conversion near Blandford, Dorset we fitted this summer.
We also fitted guttering and downpipes to match.
One aspect in renovating St. Nicholas’ church in Nether Compton, Dorset, is that we were main contractors and we renovated the cockerel weather vane.
We carried out all shot blasting, wrought iron repair, copper repair and 23.5ct gilding in our workshops.
Fitting the weather vane was carried out in the traditional method of lead caulking.
The results were superb.
Copper flashings, guttering, valleys and ridge flashing at Putsborough Beach, Devon. This was a great job to do with such fantastic views!