Roofing contractor rebrands as Bracknell Roofing
Rebranding as Bracknell Roofing
Bracknell Roofing, which operates across England and Wales, has also launched a new website and a new visual identity.
It provides the complete range of available roofing skills, including concrete and clay roof tiling, natural slating, leadwork as well as flat roofing.
'Our new name and look marks the start of a period of further improvement and investment in the company,' said Nick Burnett, commercial director at Bracknell Roofing.
New managing director, Jim Forsyth explains, 'The company already has a longstanding reputation for excellent quality, but with a new identity, focus and highly experienced management team, it is in a prime position to build on its core principles of customer service, workmanship quality, safety and reliability, and ultimately, to deliver unrivalled expertise in England and Wales'.
Bracknell Roofing Limited is part of the multi-national Etex Group.
The four month contract with McCulloch is for roofing work on nine new Housing Association units in Greenwich.
Bracknell Roofing has moved to larger premises on the High Street, Totton, just outside Southampton.
Wienerberger expands its extensive Sandtoft clay roof tiles with an additional range of five new colours developed to meet the increasing demand for affordable clay roof tiles. The new clay tiles are manufactured at Broomfleet, where Sandtoft has extensive clay reserves situated directly alongside the manufacturing site.
Project Study looks at the impact of John Brash Cedar Shingles for the roof covering on energy efficient homes, at the award-winning St Katherine’s Field development in Cradley. The Cedar Shingles, installed by roofing contractor Roofcraft, were specified by IE Developments working closely with their architects, Architype, who specialise in the design of highly energy efficient and eco-sensitive buildings based upon PassivHaus principles.
The new range of Fakro flat roof windows, including clear and opaque polycarbonate domes or dome-free options, offer top thermal qualities, with energy-efficient U6 or U8 triple and quadruple-glazed units available to provide a glazing U-value as low as 0.3 W/m2K. An internal pane of P2A anti-burglary glass also provides an additional level of security.