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.
Please note, BMI Redland Stonewold II tiles have now been withdrawn from the product portfolio.
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.
A new faster, safer, stronger and lighter metal tile solution from BMI
Drawing on its extensive experience in lightweight metal tiles,BMI – is setting new standards with the introduction of AeroDek. A roofing solution built for the future, AeroDek is faster, safer, stronger and lighter than traditional roof coverings; while replicating the high aesthetic of clay, concrete or slate in a tile guaranteed to last for 40 years.
Band of Builders and BMI team up for community project
When building charity Band of Builders learnt of the challenges faced by plasterer Iain Dodd’s family, it was eager to do what it could to help. Band of Builders – “run by tradespeople, for tradespeople” – aims to help members of the construction industry community when times get tough: and tough describes the Dodd’s family situation.
Ford motors on
Nine months after winning the BMI Apprentice of the Year for pitched roofing, Roofing Today caught up with Matt Ford on a roof in Hertfordshire to chat about the competition, what he’s doing now and where he sees himself in the future.