Based in the beautiful Isle of Purbeck, R V Miller Ltd was established in 1966 by Rod Miller and is today run by Rod and his stepson, John Tozer, who joined the firm after completing his apprenticeship in 1994.
With a loyal workforce, R V Miller Ltd is one of the largest thatching firms in the UK.
“We entrusted our large and very old thatch to Rod, John and their team. All of the workers were very friendly. We had up to 9 working at any one time and they were a pleasure to have around. Our roof has been much admired since it has been finished. We are delighted with the work and we would recommend them to anyone”
“R.V Miller Limited successfully completed a traditional thatched roof installation for our company in 2009 during the construction of a bespoke luxury house in the New Forest. Whilst the construction of the house was a challenge due to its curved outline we found R.V Miller coped with this admirably and provided a very high quality finished product in terms of service, installation and aesthetics.”
“I am absolutely delighted with my new thatch roof which looks amazing and was no easy task due to being on a curve. John Tozer and his team from R.V. Miller Ltd provided exceptional service, expertise and professionalism; they were always very friendly and worked incredibly hard in order to get the roof water-tight and finished in the minimum of time. I would have no hesitation in recommending R.V. Miller Ltd to other customers.”
“I am sure that our neighbours are equally impressed by the quality of your workmanship which has transformed the appearance of the crescent. Your team was efficient and courteous throughout. Thank you for a job well done.”
“A job well-done. The R V Miller thatchers turned-up when they said they would, were professional, friendly and completed the work on-time to a high specification.”
Rod and John are members of the National Society of Master Thatchers which is the largest representative of thatchers in the country.
The NSMT are the resource of first choice for members, their customers, conservation officers, the media and for all who care about thatch as part of our national heritage.