Why Randles Roofing covers both the red and white rose counties
Todmorden: is it in Lancashire, or is in Yorkshire? At one time it was in both parts of the historic counties with the boundary being Walsden Water. The town hall straddled the two boundaries with the stream underneath the town hall itself. If adhered to in modern day terms, the town’s bus station (part of Metro West Yorkshire) would be in Lancashire. The Hippodrome Theatre, and the Morrisons store, in the West Riding of Yorkshire. We at Randles Roofing work in both the red and white rose counties.
Our roofing services include the repair of existing roofs, and the construction of new ones. These include traditional slate roofs in the centre of Todmorden, or a flat roof in Heywood. Everything we do is at a realistic price, delivered on time and to budget. Our experience is second to none. All work is done by time-served roofers whatever the complexity, and in all weathers from sunshine to torrential rain.
We are situated in Walsden on the southern part of Lumbutts Road. Owing to our position, we are perfectly positioned for the western part of Yorkshire, and the south eastern part of Lancashire. This means Burnley and Halifax, as well as Bury and Hebden Bridge are only a short distance away. Rochdale is a straightforward trip from our part of the world via the A6033.
As standard, we offer friendly service and sound advice. Whether building a new roof or undertaking emergency repairs, we’ve got it covered. For a free no-obligation quote, call us on 01706 819244 or 07717 416468. Or email us via email@example.com. We shall get back to you as soon as possible.