A KENT ROOFING BUSINESS has launched an extraordinarily generous community project called the Roof Renewal Project 2021.
Supported by Chandlers Roofing Supplies The Roof Renewal Project 2021, spearheaded by Ashford and Cranbrook Roofing, is giving charities the opportunity to have their roof refurbished or renewed for free.
Charitable organisations need to apply online, with the winning application getting their roof refurbishment project undertaken without charge by Ashford and Cranbrook Roofing – an award-winning family roofing company.
Free Roof Renewal
Generously supported by Chandlers Roofing Supplies, Spicer Handmade Tiles & Fittings and the Wealden Ad, the application process is now open to charities and community organisations in the South East of England and will close on September 30, 2021. Ashford and Cranbrook Roofing will announce the winning application in January 2022.
Wayne Wills, MD, Ashford and Cranbrook Roofing said: “As a roofing firm we have been lucky enough to continue working throughout much of the pandemic. However, we are very aware that many charities and organisations, that provide vital services to the community, have not been so fortunate and have been hit hard financially.
“As a 100-year-old family business, we feel it is hugely important to help these local organisations where we can. By offering the chance for affected charities to win their roofing project we hope to make a positive difference.”
Kieron Plunkett, Chandlers Roofing Supplies in Rye said: “We are delighted to support this charitable initiative and urge charities and community organisations to apply.”
Ashford & Cranbrook Roofing is a fifth-generation family run roofing business. As well as modern roofing techniques it is highly skilled in traditional roofing crafts working on heritage and listed buildings, as well as oasts, barns and ecclesiastical roofs. Based in Cranbrook, Kent, the team services the entire South East of England.