Timber Trusses in Warton
If you require timber trusses in Warton our experienced staff will measure the surface area of the roof and we will manufacture the trusses to your specification. The other timber that is normally used to create a strong and sturdy roof we stock at all our branches. We also keep roofing battens and plywood boards among many other timber products. Our experienced staff will help you choose the perfect tiles or slates for your new roof or in case of a repair we will match up the tiles and slates as near as humanly possible. All our products are of the highest quality and are offered at very affordable prices.
Roofs are notoriously difficult to repair unless you have all the correct materials. In Warton, timber trusses are just one of our large ranges of wooden roofing products. We supply lead sheeting as well as a whole array of other materials that are necessary to repair or fit a roof. We also stock various types of roofing insulation which is very necessary to effectively weather proof the roof as well as ensuring energy efficiency. If you are not a DIY enthusiast and would rather have a professional repair or fit your roof we can recommend a number of extremely competent roofing contractors who use our top quality materials. If you are looking for extra natural light in your home you could consider a skylight or roof dome and we have a number of options you could consider.
We can manufacture the correct size timber trusses in Warton. We have five branches in the North West including our St Annes branch at Unit B, Scafell Road, Queensway Industrial Estate, St Annes-on-Sea, FY8 3HE and are within easy delivery distance to almost all places in the North West. Contact North West Roofing Supplies today and let our experienced staff help you find all the materials you need. We can supply any material needed for a roofing project to be successfully and timeously completed. We have an excellent working relationship with some of the best national freight services and can arrange delivery to anywhere in the United Kingdom.
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