Steel Roof Case Study - Belton Church
JTC completed the major renovation of the roof at Belton Church in spring 2013, re-roofing the existing structure with durable, easily maintained steel.
St Peter & St Paul’s Church, in Belton, Lincolnshire, dates back from the Norman period, and features beautiful architecture from the Normal, Medieval, Georgian, and Victorian periods, making it a unique addition to the small village it has been a landmark in for many years.
The Church possesses a recorded list of Incumbents of Belton that dates back as far as 1230, and features five bells cast circa 1590, making this building a truly historic piece of architecture. The church is a popular site to visit by those spending time at Belton House, a property registered with the National Trust.
JTC Roofing were tasked with installing 0.5mm thick terne-coated stainless steel roofing after the church’s original lead roofing was unfortunately stolen and not recovered. The stainless steel roofing will provide effective coverage from wear and tear, providing an extremely durable material that can withstand the test of time, allowing the Belton Church to remain a popular site to visit for many generations to come.