Made in Wales from over 60% recycled slate, this tops the range in performance and looks with a track record on pitches down to 15°.
With clean lines and rich, long lasting colour, this slate captures the unmistakable style and appeal of Britain's dominant roofing material.
With a thin leading edge and hidden lock, this provides a cost-effective solution where an authentic slate appearance is called for.
This MockBond variant of Richmond 10 has a centre bond line to create the impression of two small slates.
Chamfered sides and riven surface gives the appearance of quarried slate along with the performance of a machine-made slate.
The original flat-profile concrete interlocking slate that makes the roof easy to build even at pitches as low as 17.5°.
Our most economical and popular concrete slate appearance tile, Mini Stonewold can be laid at pitches as low as 17.5°.
The MockBond variant of Mini Stonewold has a centre bond line to create the impression of two small slates.units.
An elegant natural clay slate offering savings in both materials and labour, Westminster Slate is quick and easy to install.
The best from the west
Having produced two consecutive highly-commended finalists in the BMI Redland and Icopal Apprentice of the Year competition, tutor Alan Lander of RoofTrain must be doing something right. RCI met up with him at his Exeter headquarters to find out more.
Building futures for veterans
Can former service personnel help plug the construction skills gap? Total Contractor met up with three finalists from the recent BMI Redland and Icopal Apprentice of the Year competition – all ex-armed forces – to find out.
A soldier’s story
RCI visited a school roof in Somerset to catch up with former serviceman Tom Thompson, Highly Commended in this year’s BMI Redland’s Apprentice of the Year competition.