Kershaw Roofing provide commitment and investment in: reducing labour costs, maintaining consistent coverage, waste containment, increasing on-site productivity and decreasing manual handling using power rollers and spray application equipment.
Bespoke fabricated free-standing step-overs installed to a recently refurbished flat roof on a listed lecture theatre at an independent boarding school in Wiltshire, ensuring safe and uncompromised access.
Recently completed redeveloped shopping centre. Services provided by Kershaw Roofing Ltd were; Surveys, Design development, C.A.D draughting, Built-up warm construction Sika-Trocal ‘SGmA’ and ‘S’ flat roofs, Optigreen green roofs, BUR Cold Applied liquid waterproofing systems, Paving, Clay plain tile pitched roofing, Horizontal safety line systems, access ladders, Stucco Aluminium vertical standing seam fascia’s and soffits, Baileys Bullnose […]
“The Box” is a high profile Plymouth City Council project, secured by main contractor Willmott Dixon, for which Kershaws have managed to procure the roofing and cladding packages. The project forms part of a wide-ranging programme marking the 400th anniversary of The Mayflower’s Pilgrimage to America. The new roof will comprise an insulated Polyroof liquid […]
Complete installation of Kingspan KS1000 Roof sheet with Wall Cladding followed by a 12.6kWp solar PV system using the solaredge HD wave inverters and Jasolar 300w smart modules giving full system Monitoring early signs show a massive saving in energy both from the insulated roof and a 1/3 drop in electricity consumption.
Today some of the kids of Kershaw Roofing staff and managers watched Plymouth Argyle get a much-needed home win against Gillingham FC. They were presented with the signed Match Ball after the game by midfielder Toumani Diagouraga. The final result was Plymouth Argyle 2 Gillingham 1.
Kershaw Roofing Ltd is proud to sponsor Plymouth Argyle Football Club. Some of our staff enjoyed a great day out at ‘Home Park’ Stadium recently – although the result wasn’t quite what we had hoped for! Let’s hope they can turn their season around soon – Keep the faith!
The Department for Communities and Local Government has written to all building control bodies in England highlighting key Building Regulations requirements when cladding work on high rise buildings over 18 metres tall is undertaken. This followed advice from the Independent Expert Advisory Panel whose members were particularly concerned that further risks are not created in […]