If you are looking for the highest quality flat roof with a complete before and after sales service then Malcolm Henrickson Flat Roofing Services is the company for you. With over 40 years experience in the roofing industry we have built up a strong reputation for quality workmanship particularly in Bedfordshire and surrounding counties.
We operate from Ampthill Street in Bedford with a very experienced and highly skilled roofing team who will respect your property at all times. We make sure we always leave every job clean and tidy ensuring that all safety measures are in place whilst we are working.
Need a roof repair urgently? We can promptly attend to your home or business premises and carry out any immediate roof repairs. We take pride in the quality and work we provide and are regularly recommended by many of our clients for our workmanship and service standards.
You can contact us at any time for a free survey and quotation on your roof. Don't wait for a rainy day, contact us now.
Malcolm Henrickson was recommended to the owners of Twinwoods Business Park to replace the roof on Building 21 (originally used as a wind tunnel facility), severely damaged by a recent storm at the beginning of January 2022. After successfully winning the contract, the work took 4 weeks to complete.
The image on the left (above) shows the extent of storm damage. The one on the right (above) shows the new roof and new cladding that had to be replaced.
Malcolm Henrickson offered their services free of charge to help save a unique Second World War Pillbox (small concrete fort) near Elstow, in the Interchange Retail Park, Bedford.
The company has made and fitted a new roof covering to protect this valuable heritage building from the worst of the weather for years to come. The first image shows the Pillbox in a state of disrepair when a decision was made to help preserve it. The second image shows the work progressing to include the fitting of a new flat roof using three layers of high tensile felt, heatweld applied.
The Second World War with Germany started in 1939 and by 1942, after three years, it was thought that the United Kingdom would be invaded by Germany, so pillboxes were built to provide military defence cover in strategic places. Inside each pillbox would likely be machine guns operated by the Home Guard who were part time soldiers; this particular pillbox was built in 1942 to help protect the railway and munition factories in Ampthill Road, Elstow and Kempston Hardwicke.