A roofing contractor’s ethos that “only the best will do” has been recognised by a one of the leading quality national housebuilders.
Roof Plus, based in Chester, has been Redrow Homes’ preferred subcontractor in the North West for almost a decade, because of the quality of its work. That superiority has been recognised again with Roof Plus winning the 2019 Health & Safety Excellence Award at Redrow’s North West supply chain conference.
The Award is the latest Redrow accolade won by Roof Plus, complimenting its Subcontractor of the Year Award.
Roof Plus installs Hambleside Danelaw products where specified, using Danelaw Eaves Carrier and Low Profile Dry Valleys extensively across Redrow’s house designs, and Hambleside Danelaw’s innovative GRP roofing system Dryseal on flat roof dormers where appropriate.
Commitment to quality
“We have a positive culture towards quality in everything we do, from the products we choose to the way in which we install them on site. In our opinion, the Hambleside Danelaw range is the best on the market,” explains Roof Plus Director Russel Witney.
“That has clear synergy with Redrow’s provision of a quality home where only the best will do.
“All our work is completed ‘in house’ by directly employed roofers: thus they are committed to doing a quality job in all aspects, and have no reason to cut corners. All our roofers undergo thorough training, in product installation and site safety which helps ensure optimum quality of build, done correctly, and thus minimising any future issues or remedials. We are not the cheapest, but the fact that we have such a long-standing partnership with Redrow proves that we deliver best value.”
Adds Andy Fell, National Sales Manager-Dryseal, Hambleside Danelaw, “We know that our products add value through their quality and ease of installation. It is great for our partner contractors to be recognised for the quality and the value of their product and service. We are very proud to be associated with Russel and all at Roof Plus.”
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