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Is it possible to repair cracked or loose slate?

Cracked or loose slate can be repaired by yourself, so long as you have the tools and skill to do so. Most people find that repairing cracked or loose slate tends to be a bigger job than they can handle by themselves, though, which is when a roofer should be called. Time is of...

Leeds Roofing Company Expands Product Range

Leeds Roofing Company are a family owned and operated business. Operating for more than ten years, the company is based in Rawdon, Leeds and covers a large part of Yorkshire. Managing Director, Tony Juniper comments “we make the comfort of our clients’ families the first priority. We are well aware of the quality of...

Leeds Skyline – Harewood House

Found on the northern outskirts of Leeds, Harewood House remains one of the city’s most historic and recognisable buildings. This 18th century structure is surrounded by some of the best countryside West Yorkshire has to offer, including 100 acres of gardens that attract thousands of visitors every year. Construction work began at Harewood House...

Leeds Skyline – Trinity Leeds

Trinity Leeds might be the city’s hottest new shopping destination, but a little investigation soon reveals that the building offers more than just top quality stores. It is located right in the heart of Leeds city centre, providing a shopping environment that strikes a balance between being undercover and out in the open. As...

Leeds Skyline – Headingley Stadium

Headingley Stadium has been at the heart of Leeds’ sporting heritage for many years. It is the home of the Yorkshire County Cricket Club, as well as the Leeds Rhinos rugby league and Leeds Tykes rugby union clubs. The stadium dates back to the late 19th century, when Leeds St Johns moved to the...

Leeds Skyline – Leeds Corn Exchange

Leeds Corn Exchange has been a feature of the city centre since 1864, during which time it has taken on various roles. It is widely considered as one of the finest Victorian buildings in the country, and is so well regarded that it has been granted Grade I listed status. The corn exchange was...

Leeds Skyline – Leeds Civic Hall

Leeds Civic Hall has stood proud in the city centre for many decades. It was constructed between 1930 and 33, remaining as significant today as it did back then. Emanuel Vincent Harris was tasked with designing the hall after winning a competition for the honour. Born in Devonport, Harris is also renowned for his work...

Leeds Skyline – Victoria Quarter

What most people don’t realise is that the buildings that make up the Victoria Quarter are more than 100 years old. They were constructed during the early part of the 19th century to redevelop a former meat market into a more functional and productive site. Frank Matcham from the Leeds Estates Company was behind...

Leeds Skyline – Leeds Railway Station

Leeds Railway Station not only provides a transport hub for the city, but also a striking piece of architecture that can often go unnoticed. It is located in the heart of the city, providing easy rail links throughout the north of England and the rest of the UK. An estimated 110,000 passengers use the...

Leeds Skyline – Leeds Town Hall

This is the first in a series of informative articles brought to you by the Leeds Roofing Company, a third generation family of Leeds Roofers Leeds Town Hall is undoubtedly one of the city’s most striking buildings. Situated in the heart of Leeds city centre, it has been a focal point for events and...