A unique manufacturing process on a bespoke production line creates clay tiles of outstanding handmade appearance.
Produced from the finest clays, Rosemary is offered in a range of colours and finishes to match the regional differences across the UK.
With an uneven leading edge, irregular sides and textured surface, a concrete tile that has the look of a handmade clay tile.
A cross-cambered concrete plain tile of traditional appearance available in a wide range of colours and surface finishes.
Combining the classic proportions and good looks of traditional plain tiles with all the time and cost-saving benefits of interlocking tiles.
A clay interlocking tile with a plain tile appearance when laid offering the added benefit of reduced labour and material costs.
Club pattern ornamental Rosemary Classic tile available in all the same colours and finishes as standard Classic Plain Tiles.
Club pattern ornamental Heathland tile available in all the same colours and finishes as standard Heathland Plain Tiles.
Club pattern ornamental concrete tile available in all the same colours and finishes as standard concrete Plain Tiles.
Club pattern ornamental Rosemary Craftsman tile available in all the same colours and finishes as standard Craftsman Plain Tiles.
Winners and contenders alike praise the BMI Apprentice of the Year competition
Each year, the BMI Apprentice of the Year competition helps apprentices on their journey to build their future career – by helping them with better business understanding, stronger communication skills and improved confidence. These are just some of the benefits that past winners and finalists of the BMI Apprentice of the Year competition have received and, as entries for the 2019 competition continue to arrive, some of past finalists have been reflecting upon the experience and what it taught them.
BMI National Training Centre flattens Ceiran’s learning curve
The BMI National Training Centre welcomed an old friend, when roofer Ceiran Peel-Price attended one of the centre’s flat roofing courses. Ceiran is no stranger to the BMI National Training Centre – based in Gloucestershire – as he had been a finalist in the pitched roof category of the annual BMI Apprentice of the Year competition in both 2017 and 2018.
BMI’s apprentice competition demonstrates its commitment to roofing’s future
The search is on to find the sectors top apprentices in BMI UK & Ireland’s 2019 Apprentice of the Year competition. The two previous competitions were hailed a great success, unearthing some exciting roofing talent and, with this year’s competition open for entries, BMI looks back on the competition and the great things that have been achieved by past entrants.