Deep into the Great Langdale Valley is the Lake District village of Elterwater – just half a mile from the serene and quiet lake of the same name.
Elterwater has magnificent views at every turn with Whetheral and the Langdale Pikes soaring into the distance. Just one quarter of the homes in Elterwater are said to be privately occupied with the rest used as holiday homes and lets. Elterwater is located east of Ambleside, on the banks of lake Windermere.
The Lake District National Park upholds strict planning regulations in the area and property owners need a firm they can trust for all their roofing work. Our experienced team is expert in all manner of techniques including slating, tiling, flat roofing and chimney work, all lead works and all roof line works.
Liquid plastic roofing is a speciality as well as built up felt roofing and sheeting and wall cladding. Velux roof lights can be installed to maximise space and light in loft conversions. We have trained technicians to fit solar panels, solar heating and solar roofing which are becoming increasingly popular for those wishing to minimise their carbon footprint.
Over the years Cumbria Roofing North West Ltd has carried out work for thousands of customers all over Cumbria. Cumbria Roofing North West Ltd is an approved contractor for many local businesses, firms of architects and surveyors. We are a member of Construction Line, the government backed vetting agency, and a member of the NFRC.
Our mission is to:
Fully satisfy your needs with top quality solutions delivered in a highly professional manner;
Gain your trust and confidence by delivering value for money and by completing our work on time;
Be the best by continually improving all aspects of our work.
For a complete domestic roofing service from specification to completion, on your own property please contact us!
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