Welcome to Capital RoofingCapital Roofing is a family business, which has developed over the years into a successful Roofing Contractor, operating in the South East of England.
Founded in 1968 by Eric Peck, who is still Chairman, the business is managed by his two sons Gary and Terry as Joint Managing Directors.
Capital Roofing started as a flat roofing company, but over the years has expanded its areas of expertise into slating, tiling and specialist lead work and has allied its skill in these areas to a high level of customer service.
In an industry that has not always enjoyed the best of reputations, the company is regarded as an outstanding example of true professionalism in the quality of its work and in the way it conducts its normal business practices. This is borne out by the number of awards it has won and the confidence its clients have in their dealings with Capital. This has enabled the company to achieve a steady growth, whilst at the same time generating a healthy and exciting annual increase in turnover.
Capital Roofing Become Members of Builders ProfileCapital Roofing have become members of the Builders Profile.
What is the Builders Profile?
It is the removal of all pre-qualification questionnaire
Tom Peck Represents GB at IFD World ChampionshipsTom Peck of Capital Roofing, a previous SkillBuild winner, competed in the IFD World Championships in Lucerne, Switzerland last week.
The competition involved
Capital Roofing - 1st & 2nd Places at IMA AwardsThis years' IMA Awards were held at the Hurlingham Club, London SW6 on Tuesday 12th June.
Capital Roofing were proud to receive 1st Place in the Refinforced
Wandsworth Prison Gate House, LondonThe existing asphalt roof was in a very poor condition and the option of stripping the roof could not be considered, so capital proposed an overlay with a high performance
Greenacres, North Park, Eltham, London SE9Greenacres is a residential road in Eltham, South London, and is situated adjacent to the Royal Blackheath Golf Club, which is the oldest golf club outside Scotland, which