Made in Wales from over 60% recycled slate, this tops the range in both performance and looks with a proven track record on pitches down to 15°.
With its clean lines and rich, long lasting colour, this slate captures the unmistakable style and appeal of Britain's dominant roofing material.
With its thin leading edge and hidden lock, provides a cost-effective roofing solution where an authentic slate appearance is called for.
The MockBond variant of Richmond has a centre bond line to create the impression of two small units.
It's chamfered edge and riven surface gives the appearance of quarried slate and matches the performance of a machine-made slate with visual appeal.
The original flat-profile concrete interlocking slate that makes the roof easy to build even at pitches as low as 17.5° providing a cost effective roof.
A flat concrete slate which can be laid at pitches as low as 17.5°. Our most economical concrete slate with interlocking edges for simple construction.
The MockBond variant of Mini Stonewold has a centre bond line to create the impression of two small units.
An elegant natural clay slate offering savings in both materials and labour. Simple and quick to install.
New dry verges to meet and beat BS 8612
Redland, the company that invented dry-fixed roofing systems, with patents dating back to 1966; has launched two new dry verge products to coincide with the publication of BS 8612
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.