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A black and white photo of the SEECO offices from 1979

Installing slate and tiled roofs for over 35 years

Formed in 1979, We at SEECO have and will always understand the value of a satisfied customer. Whether you are a home owner looking for someone to carry out a small repair or a developer looking for a tried and trusted sub-contractor for your new site. We will aim to deliver an unrivalled service that ensures you remember us for all the right reasons.
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Clay Tiles

This property required a completely new tiled roof with vertical tiling and for the chimney stacks to be rebuilt. Our remit was to maintain the aesthetic qualities of the property. We achieved this using Keymer Shires mixed colour tiles to give a great effect. 

Slate Roof

This lovely little cottage in Stowmarket had previously had concrete roof tiles which was seen as not in keeping with the local area. Our client decided that a slate roof would be more appropriate and it must be said we think he was right. We think you’ll agree this is a lovely example of a natural slated roof.
A newly installed slate roof on a white painted house inthe sun
A newly installed fibre cement roofed house

Fibre - Cement Tiles

Triangle Shopping Centre, Langdon Hills.
A local shopping parade using fibre cement slate, a good example of the uniform nature of the material and the clean lines achieved with this modern roofing material.

Concrete plain tiles

A nice little bungalow in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex where the owner was very keen to bring an old dated looking property into the modern era. Whilst the photo gives a good indication of the tile and contrast with the neighbouring roof, the exterior decoration on this one is now complete and this photo does not do justice to the owners vision.
Plain concrete tiles on a magnolia painted bungalow
Interlocking concrete tiles on a series of roofs


A new care home in Essex using concrete interlocking tiles. one of many types of profiles this is the choice if you are in need of a new roof and are looking for a low cost solution.


Our remit for this one was to renew the roof whilst retaining the charm and beauty of the building. Our first job was to locate a tile to match exactly those on the roof. We then stripped the existing roof whilst saving as many of the old tiles as possible to re-use later. These were then mixed with the tiles we brought in and the roof was re-tiled. The overall finish with the undulating lines and aesthetics of an old roof but with the peace of mind of knowing it is anything but.
A white painted house with reclaimed heritage tiles
Heritage roofing with specialist leadwork
A snapshot of a much larger job with well in excess of 200,000 tiles on the various roof elevations. The remit was pretty much the same as the job above and included some very challenging details and specialist Leadworks including the manufacture on site of some bespoke lead downpipes and Hoppers. It must be said, a very challenging job but we can only be happy with the result.

Mr Collen - Homeowner

“Professional service with a professional finish. I cannot tell you how when a job is dealt with so professionally as this, it takes alot of worry from ones shoulders.”
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