Designed to complement the warmth and character of the British built environment, it offers traditional appeal both in colour and profile.
Landmark Double Roman tiles combine our special long-lasting Landmark surface finish with the popular Double Roman profile.
Quicker and easier to lay than single pantiles, this concrete double pantile interlocking tile provides roofscapes of gentle flowing lines.
A classic interlocking concrete tile with a distinctive "Roman" profile available in a range of colours to blend harmoniously with any environment.
Traditionally shaped, this concrete tile provides a striking, bold effect that blends into both historical and modern environments.
A neat low-profile tile in a variety of through coloured and granular finishes designed to blend unobtrusively into any environment.
A classic single pantile shape in a modern interlocking concrete tile available in a range of subtle through coloured and pigmented acrylic finishes.
A visually appealing, small interlocking cambered tile that has defined roofscapes of London and the South East for more than 60 years.
A distinctive pattern of rolls and troughs, perfectly replicates the traditional old English pantile shape, producing roofscapes of outstanding character.
Combines the character of a natural clay tile with the performance of a modern interlocking tile, to produce a striking and attractive roof.
A small, interlocking Courtrai style tile. A new addition to our profile range.
West Country apprentices dominate Roofing’s Top Ten
Somerset’s Joe Stradling has won the prestigious title of Redland Apprentice of the Year against stiff competition as one of ten of the country’s best roofing apprentices.
Roofing’s Top Ten apprentices tough it out in national final
Ten of the country’s best roofing apprentices are gearing up for the two-day final that will see one of them awarded the prestigious title of Redland Apprentice of the Year.
Changes to our management structure
The Redland regional management structure has now been confirmed as part of the combined BMI Group.