Do you need a roofer in Ladbroke Grove. Zest Roofing has been servicing our Ladbroke Grove & London client base for many years. We service both a domestic and commercial client base throughou Ladbroke Grove, London and surrounding Greater London areas.
When engaging a roofer for any form of roof repair, you need to ensure that the person or organisation is appropriately qualified to conduct specialist roof repairs such as Asphalt or GRP. Our team of Ladbroke Grove based London roofers are not general builders, but dedicated roofers operating throughout Ladbroke Grove, London and the surrounding areas.
At Zest Roofing we will always provide honest advice. Our roofers are appropriately skilled in their respective trades for example installing a GRP roof is a different skill to installing a slate roof. A roofer who is skilled in installing a tiled roof may never have installed an asphalt roof. Our team of Ladbroke Grove based roofers have the skills between them to manage the installation of tiled, slate, asphalt, felt and GRP roofs (essentially any type of roof).
We offer a high standard of craftsmanship and only use top grade materials e.g. we use Pluvitec Torch-on for our felt based roofs which is a premium grade product imported from Italy and comes with a 15 year guarantee. Our knowledge of roofing, together with our client friendly attitude and quality of service has helped Zest Roofing develop a reputation of becoming one of the leading roofing contractors in Ladbroke Grove and the Greater London area.
Zest Roofing prides itself on industry knowledge and maintaining a reliable honest approach. Working with integrity and achieving a level of customer service and craftsmanship second to none! As an employer we ensure that our team of skilled roofers work to a safe standard, while maintaining a high quality service. Every job is treated with the up most importance and executed to perfection
Recent news for Ladbroke Grove, London
Firefighters from the Red Watch at North Kensington fire station—the first to arrive at the scene of the fire—lined the street at Ladbroke Grove tube station ... Natasha, from Willesden in north west London, read the leaflet before the march started.
More images show groups of female friends enjoying a drink together - and even three mobility scooters parked outside a pub in Ladbroke Grove, North London.
When he came to Walthamstow stadium in east London 1945, he was jeered by 20,000 people. And when he went to Ladbroke Grove in west London in the same year people threw rocks. He died in 1965 and a state funeral of much pomp helped prolong the myth.
She was just four when she was taken into care in 1961 from her family home in Ladbroke Grove, West London. Social workers had been concerned her parents could not cope after the sudden death of her sister. She spent a decade at Beecholme and claims she ...
Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenager was seriously assaulted in Ladbroke Grove. Police were called by the London Ambulance Service at approximately 00:30hrs on Thursday, 4 January, to reports of a 17-year-old boy who had been slashed across ...