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.
Award-winning roof returns school to former glory
Find out why pitched roofing awards winner St Josephs school was such a challenging project.
BMI helps Children in Need keep young people safe
When homeless and vulnerable young people in Blackburn need help, they turn to Nightsafe, a local charity which offers them a caring and supportive environment to keep them safe from harm at critical times in their lives.
Keeping the college on message
The roofing department at Leeds College of Building is now a NFRC centre of excellence as well as being the largest college of its kind in the UK. Chris Messenger, lecturer in roof slating and tiling, takes us through a typical day at the beginning of the teaching year.