It has been a busy month for us here at Ranson Roofing and we thought it was about time to fill you in on what we have been doing.
We are just about to start work on a house in Ripon, North Yorkshire. We will be re-pointing the stone façade of the house using traditional lime mortar
techniques. Pointing with Lime is used on walls traditionally built before 1919 as cement can be detrimental to these buildings and structures.
We have lots of potentially new and exciting projects in the pipeline at the moment and we thought we should share some of our latest with you.
We work across all sectors and at the moment we have made the short list to fit single-ply flat roofs to new classrooms at a school in Stockton-On-Tees.
This would be a great project for us to work on and we will keep you updated of our progress.
We don’t just work in the Darlington area, we are work all over the country and we are currently hoping that we will be given the go ahead to start work on
a traditional tile roof to a high-spec country house in Hereford, West Midlands.
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