W.p. Trussworld
With extensive knowledge and experience in the supply of timber roofs, Rodney Wilson and John Pollock established this company in 1992 to offer a more comprehensive service to all sectors of the
Gibb D J & Sons
DJ Gibb and Sons are a Belfast roofing contractor that specialise in roofing. They are the most experienced and professional roofing contractor in the Belfast area. We specialize in all types of
L B Roofing
Hi and welcome to the website of LB Roofing, the Newtownabbey based roofing company. We are a family sized roofing business that like to take pride in our work in seeing a job done. Here you can find
Belfast Roofing Services
All of our work is undertaken with a free initial consultation and quotation, as well as expert advice on your roofing needs. Belfast Roofing Services can undertake all aspects of roofing and repairs,
B R Building & Joinery
BR Building & Joinery has been in business for over 20 years and have worked on a vast range of projects across Northern Ireland. It was formed to provide a one stop shop solution for all your
GBS Roofing
GBS Roofing is a specialist roofing and cladding contractor operating in both the public and private sectors within the Northern Ireland market. GBS Roofing Ltd has a wealth of expertise gained across
Abbey Roofing Specialists
We provide a full roofing & cladding service to clients across the UK, RoI and Isle of Man. From design and fabrication to supply and fit, we work closely with Architects, Engineers, Builders and
AGHarmon & Sons Roofing Contractors
We are a family run business, with 35 years experience in all aspects of pitched & flat roofing, we have sucessfully completed contracts nationwide in both the north & south of Ireland, and as far a
Penrose Roofing
Penrose Roofing (SPR) is Northern Ireland's leading domestic roofing contractor. As a family run business customer experience has been the core value for over 25 years ago. Stuart Penrose started with
Lagan Building Solutions (LBS)
LBS was founded in 2001 by Peter Lagan, who identified a lack of quality natural slate materials in the Irish market at that time. The market was dominated by Spanish and other imported slate, and