Since the company’s formation in 1971 we have regularly been involved in the re-roofing of churches and historic buildings. This aspect, we believe due to our growing reputation in the field, has expanded year on year to the point we have now taken the step to establish a separate division.

Miller Heritage will deal, in the main, with the re-roofing and general restoration of ecclesiastical and historic buildings, including schools.

In addition to directly re-roofing, we are able to offer a first-class service for leadwork, stonework and masonry, architectural ironmongery, stained glass, lime plaster, structural timberwork, joinery, decoration and general building works.

The growing success of the company was recognised in 2009 with our contract at Chillington Hall, Brewood, Staffs, winning the Inaugural Historic Houses Association/Sotheby’s Restoration Award which was launched to celebrate important restoration work undertaken in the HHA’s 1500 member houses. “ The judges were impressed by the quality of the work, both structural and decorative, which included re-building the delicate Sloane Lantern and excellent re-decoration” commented Sotheby’s Chairman James Stourton. (For more information on the Award, click here)