Moulton Roofing provide the opportunity for you to contact reputable contractors to undertake projects for both residential and commercial applications, providing remedial roofing services for leaks and storm damage, together with expert renovation and replacement of roofs on almost any type of building or structure.

Mouton Roofing contractors offer a competitive price and the work carried out by all our associated contractors is of the highest standard. From fixing leaks to installing a brand new roof our contractors can help and advise you with all of your roofing needs. So that you can sit back and relax in the knowledge that your roof / project is in safe reliable and capable hands, all of our contractors work comes with a quality guarantee and assurance.

Slate Roofing in a Sustainable World

The construction industry is under increasing pressure to become sustainable. One way to address this is through the use of reclaimed materials. Reclaimed materials are those that have been previously used in a building or project, and which are then re-used in another project. The materials might be altered, re-sized, refinished, or adapted, but they are not reprocessed in any way, and remain in their original form. Materials that have been reprocessed and reused in the building industry are referred to as recycled materials.

Examples of materials that can be reclaimed include: bricks, slate roofing, ceramic tiles, fireplaces, doors, window frames, glass panels, metal fixtures and fittings, stairs, cobbled stones, steel sections and timber. A reclaimed material is often adapted for a different use, for example a roof beam might be used as a mantelpiece. This is known as re-purposing.

Why Reclaim?

The building industry has a massive impact on the environment in terms of energy consumption, use of natural resources, pollution and waste. Every year in the UK, construction materials account for around: 6 tonnes of materials per person, 122 million tonnes of waste (1/3 of total UK waste) and 18% of carbon dioxide emissions, a major contributor to global climate change. On top of this, the embodied costs associated with the extraction, production, manufacture and transportation of building materials are immense. Using reclaimed materials can significantly reduce these environmental impacts, and save up to 95% of the embodied costs by preventing unnecessary production of new materials, and reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill.