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Saxon 10 Slate

EXISTING AESTHETIC, NEW APPEAL

Replacing Redland's iconic range of thin leading edge slates was never going to be easy, the Richmond, Saxon and Landmark Slates were the first of a new breed of concrete slates when Richmond was launched 30 years ago.

2ND GENERATION PERFORMANCE

The Slate 10 range retains and enhances the practicality and visual appeal of the originals, so it offers class-leading performance as well as aesthetics. Lower minimum pitches, unique single nail fixing and no requirement for eaves or top slates are just some of the ways in which we've enhanced their value.

Designed with a riven surface and chamfered edge to give the appearance of authentic quarried slate, Saxon 10 Slate matches this visual appeal with the convenience and performance of a machine-made slate. With a minimum pitch of 17.5º Saxon offers the design flexibility to produce roofscapes of quality and distinction.

Saxon 10 is available in two vibrant, rich colours, a traditional Black and an authentic Blue. Saxon 10 Slate in Blue replicates the traditional blue-grey slate from the heart of Snowdonia whilst the Black is a good match for the black-grey slate of Scotland.

Uniquely within the Redland range, these colours have a high quality paint finish, creating a strong and consistent roofscape.

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