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What we do

The London Lead Company specialise in collaborating with Architects and other specifiers in the design and installation of the highest quality lead sheet roofing. This includes taking responsibility for the purchase of the correct materials, on-site supervision of lead work to the highest standard in accordance with guidelines laid down by the Lead Sheet Association.

To ensure our clients (and/or their Architects) requirements are fully met, our aim is to produce a finished lead roof to the quality required, on time, and within an agreed cost parameter.

The London Lead Company carry out all aspects of roofing including Slating, Tiling, non-ferrous metal roofing such as Zinc and Copper. We also carry out single ply and felt roofing.

We are able to undertake all types of contracts from domestic dwellings to commercial properties and ancient monuments. We have very competitive rates, are extremely reliable and our highly experienced operatives carry out all associated works. All our work is carried out to the present Code of Practice in accordance with British Standards. All materials used are of the highest quality.

We offer various guarantees depending on the work carried out and we pride ourselves on leaving our clients happy with full peace of mind.


Rolled lead sheet is the best roofing and weathering material available in the world and if properly installed it will provide maintenance free performance for over a century.


At our workshop we have the facility to carry out many types of fabrication which enables continuity in the company, when we need it we don't wait we design and manufacture it.


We carry out a wide variety of maintenance works throughout London and the surrounding counties. Our services can range from preventive maintenance to building works and refurbishments.


Our Zinc & Copper roofing delivers the unique finish that can only be achieved with a natural product. Clean lines and sharp finishes that self-weather with the building, these products come in a variety of colours.