Bracknell Roofers is the preferred local roofing company that covers all aspects of roofing services including Roof Repairs, New Roofs, Slating & Tiling, Guttering, Soffits & Fascias, Chimney & Leadworks and Roof Maintenance.
The company offers reasonably priced roofing services across Berkshire and surrounding areas.
Bracknell Roofers undertake both big and small projects for both residential and commercial customers. The company works on housing development projects as well as house extensions and renovations.
Although based in Bracknell, the company has a growing footprint in areas surrounding Bracknell.
Bracknell is a major town and civil parish in the county of Berkshire which is part of the South-East Region of England.
Bracknell is the administrative seat of the Borough of Bracknell Forest.
Bracknell is located to the East of Berkshire. It is 11 miles east of Reading, 10 miles southwest of Windsor, 9 miles to Maidenhead and 25 miles to Central London.
The population of Bracknell is 84,469. It is the 3rd largest town in Berkshire.
Bracknell Town is surrounded by Swinley woods and Crowthorne woods on the east and south.
Bracknell Town has grown in the last century. Its urban area is almost absorbing parts of neighbouring towns like Ascot, Warfield, Binfield and Winkfield.
Bracknell today is made up of surrounding hamlets including Ramslade and Easthampstead.
94% of Bracknell residents speak English. Other languages include French, Spanish, Tagalog/Filipino, Polish and Nepalese.
Bracknell post codes are RG12, RG42
Bracknell become a civil parish in 1955. In 1988, it was granted borough status and became known as Bracknell Forest.
Bracknell is connected by various transport links including rail, road, and bus services. The town has 2 major rail stations Bracknell Station and Martins Heron which connect to major cities including London and Reading.
Major Motorways A329(M), M3 and M4 Motorways link the area to various parts of the South-East and South-West Regions of England.
Local bus services that cover the town are operated by Courtney Buses and Reading Buses.
Bracknell is 13 miles from Heathrow Airport, the major air transport hub in the UK.
There are various primary, secondary, and further education colleges in Bracknell. Bracknell and Wokingham College is in the area.
Bracknell is a major economic hub in Berkshire. There are a lot of technology, electronics and communications companies based in the area. Some of the companies are globally recognised businesses with operations around the world.
Bracknell hosts the headquarters of Fujitsu. It is also home to 3M, HP (Hewlett Packard) Enterprise, Panasonic, Siemens, Honeywell, Broadcom, Avnet Technology Solutions, Novell, Honda, Egnyte, Riverbed, Brocade Communication Systems, and Royal Warrant.
The head office of Waitrose is also located in Bracknell.
The famous Bracknell ‘red rubber bricks’ from the Thomas Lawrence Brickworks was used for the Royal Albert Hall, Westminster Cathedral, and restoration work in 10 Downing Street and Hampton Court Palace.
Bracknell is a commuter town to London and Reading and a lot of IT professionals reside in Bracknell as it has good transport links to both cities.
Bracknell is presently undergoing a major regeneration programme to modernise the town and fix creaking infrastructure. There are new shopping districts being created, new cinemas, new restaurants and major housing developments are in the works.
The regeneration programme is expected to cost around £750 million.
Major attractions in Bracknell include Coral Reef Bracknell’s Waterworld, The Look Out Discovery Centre, Lapland UK, South Hill Park Arts Centre, Swinley Forest, Windsor Great Park, Lily Hill Park, Go Ape Bracknell.