Designed to complement the warmth and character of the British built environment, it offers traditional appeal in colour and profile.
These tiles combine our special long-lasting Landmark surface finish with the ever 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 in colours that 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 wide range of colours.
A visually appealing, small interlocking cambered tile that has defined roofscapes of London and the south-east for over 60 years.
A distinctive pattern of rolls and troughs, it perfectly replicates the old English pantile shape, producing roofs of great 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 clay single roman Courtrai-style tile found on roofs across London and the south-east.
Ford plans to get motoring
At 26, Matthew Ford has won one of the industry’s top awards, the BMI Apprentice of the Year 2019 in pitched roofing. So now what?
BMI delivers high aesthetic down by the waterside
Offering a 21st century modern material performance with the appearance of a weathered hand-made tile, the BMI Redland Heathland Autumn concrete plain tile - from BMI UK & Ireland, the UK’s largest manufacturer of flat and pitched roofing and waterproofing solutions - proved ideal for a planning-sensitive canal-side housing development just outside Oxford.
Returning St Joseph’s School to its former glory
Generations of school children have attended St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Willesden so when a fire destroyed its roof, it was a blow to both the current students and its community.