Thatch Roof Repairs Salisbury, Andover & WinchesterConservation of thatched properties in Wiltshire, Hampshire, Berkshire, Dorset and southern counties.
Call Steve today on 01980 611 880 or 07790 020 917
Member of the National Society of Master Thatchers
Professional thatched roof repairs in Wiltshire, Hampshire & Dorset
We are specialists in traditional & historical thatched roof restorations
The charm of a thatched roof is eternal, but there comes a time when the thatch needs to be renewed or repaired. Steven Hewlett Thatchers Limited, Master Thatchers based in Salisbury, Wiltshire, specialise in keeping thatch up to scratch across the county and into Hampshire and Dorset. We’ll assess your roof and provide a free estimate for re-thatching, thatching repairs or thatching a new build, whether your home is a thatched cottage or a grand thatched country house.
We provide thatching services and thatched roof repairs across the South West of England including thatching in Dorset, thatching in Hampshire, thatching in the New Forest, thatching in Somerset & thatching in Wiltshire.
Quality thatched roof materials
As members of the National Society of Master Thatchers we source only the best traditional thatching materials: Long straw, combed wheat straw, water reed or Norfolk reed. We’re expert at repairing old thatched roofs, or installing new ones, and have a proud reputation for excellent workmanship. A well-thatched roof is resilient to the weather, long-lasting and environmentally friendly.
We are experienced in working with thatched roofs made of various materials such as:
- Long straw
- Combed wheat straw
- Water reed
- Norfolk reed
Thatching repairs in Wiltshire, Dorset & Hampshire
To keep your pretty, rustic thatched roof in tip-top condition and avoid expensive, extensive thatching repairs, we recommend you take advantage of our annual inspection service. We cover all the southern English counties. Our services include professional thatched roof repairs such as re-ridging, as well as wire netting protection against the infiltration of vermin, and fire-retardant barriers can also be installed.