Roofing Contractors North Wales
Being established roofing contractors in North Wales, Evans Building Plastics Ltd employs specialist tradesmen for slating, tiling, fiberglass flat roofing, and lead work across North to mid-Wales. We can be trusted to carry out your roofing repair or roof construction job with the minimum disruption and at very competitive prices. We also carry out chimney repair, general building services, and uPVC window installation.
We offer a 24hr Emergency Call Out service and issue a 10-year guarantee on all work completed.
new roof north walesNew Roof Construction:
If you have a new property and want to give it a more traditional look, then natural slate can be used on your roof to achieve this.
As with every project we take on, we pride ourselves on offering that personal touch when planning and completing a roofing project, however small or large, keeping our work environment clean and the noise to a minimum where possible.
We will always treat your home or business with the respect it deserves. Evans roofing contractors is well equipped to fit any kind of tile roofing and slate roofing to an excellent standard.
Roofing repairs in North Wales:
No matter what kind of roof repair you need our trusted roofing contractors can help. Our remedial roofing services include repairs to
- Lead valleys
- Deteriorated and slipped roof tiles
- Ridge tile re-pointing
- Replacement and Re-Bedding
Leadwork and flashings North Wales:
Leadwork has been used in the industrial, commercial and domestic building industry for a very long time and adorns the roofs of a wide variety of properties, such as churches, offices, factories, public buildings and domestic homes throughout Anglesea, Porthmadog, Machynlleth and North Wales. Lead has long been established as a long-life building material. It is extremely malleable and can easily be dressed as flashings to fit the multi-curved contours of many old and modern building materials, particularly brickwork and chimneys, concrete, slate, and clay-tiled roofs.
Leadwork is commonly used for:
- Aprons and cover flashings.
- Lead ridges.
- Gulleys and pitched valleys.
- Lead slates and saddles.
- Chimney back Gutters
- Tapered gutter