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Lead Alternatives : Terned Steel Roofing

Terned Steel is used sometimes for metal roofs, where an appearance similar to lead is required, but it is different in its detailing and lead coated terned steel is no longer available.

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Companies supplying goods or services for Lead Alternatives : Terned Steel Roofing
Anglia Lead Ltd
49 Barker Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 4TN
Tel 01603 626 856 Fax 01603 619 171
Anglia Lead for around 150 years provided quality workmanship and roofing skills on both historic and new-build projects. They specialise not only in working with traditional lead sheet, but also with other materials, both traditional and modern, such as copper, zinc and Terned Stainless Steel.
CEL Group
Progress House, 256 Station Rd, Whittlesey, Peterborough PE7 2HA
Tel 01733 206633 Fax 01733 206644
The CEL Group is a principal building contractor for its own projects, taking responsibility for the management of all the primary trades involved, including stonemasons, carpenters and slaters. With the encouragement of architectural practices, the CEL Group has a firm commitment and presence in the ecclesiastical and heritage building sector. It has a broad skill and service base which, as well as being a specialist lead roofing contractor, includes the use of non-ferrous metals such as copper, zinc and stainless steel. It is also one of the few European manufacturers still creating sandcast lead sheet.
J Hempstock & Co
116/118 South Street Openshaw Manchester M11 2FY
Tel 0161 223 2123 / 0638 Fax 0161 220 9259
J.Hempstock & Co Ltd. founded in 1941, are specialist contractors for the installation of Lead sheet and ornamental work to historical and new properties. They are also experienced in the use of hard metal roofing such as Copper and Terned Coated Stainless Steel.
Q Bytheway Lead Contractors
Platts Road Amblecote Stourbridge West Midlands DY8 4YR
Tel 01384 294 449 Fax 01384 296 814
They are specialist leadwork contractors established in 1982 and are an award winning member company of the Lead Contractors Association, having attained the highest grade possible within the association. Projects have included buildings of national importance such as the Natural History Museum. They also use other sheet metals, including copper, zinc and terne coated stainless steel. Due to the nature of our specialist works, and also carry out traditional slating and tiling along with roof construction and restoration work.
Norman & Underwood, The Freeschool Building 170 Scudamore Road Leicester LE3 1HP Telephone 0116 231 8000 Fax 0116 231 8005 Website: