Le Goff Sarl
Thatched roofs are traditional in the Brière marshland area, which used to supply the raw materials: reeds or rush. Thatched roofs are part of protected architectural heritage in the Brière Regional Natural Park.
The company, at the heart of the Park, in Herbignac, employs 6 people. Making thatched roofs is its unique activity.
The company mainly works in the Brière Park and regularly carries out projects in the rest of France and abroad. It has carried out work in Quebec. This dynamic firm can handle large projects. It has a Website.