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Clay Plain Tiles
- Clay roof tiles are a part of the nation’s architectural heritage and add to the beauty of the built environment.
- Clay roof tiles offer flexibility and choice whatever the style of building – traditional or modern.
- Clay roof tiles are ideal for both refurbishment and new build projects.
- Clay roof tiles are a premium, quality and cost efficient product.
- There is now a greater variety of clay tiles available than in the past.
- Clay roof tiles are a high performance roofing product with a traditional appearance that satisfies the diverse demands within the building industry.
- Clay roof tiles meets consumer demand for quality natural house building materials.
- New clay roof tiles with an artificially aged appearance can be used to blend in with historic products.
- Clay roof tiles are a natural and durable roofing product, which will enhance the aesthetic appearance of a roof.Clay roof tiles can withstand the natural climatic elements and improve with exposure, adding to the ‘kerb appeal’ of a building.
Concrete Plain Tiles
- concrete tile is an alternative to the traditional clay plain tile
- You can achieve similar look and make a saving against the cost of clay.
- we can offer you advice on making the right choice when it comes to choosing between a clay or concrete plain tile. we have many years experience working on roofs from the simplest of designs to the most complex and have always achieved the quality the customer deserves.
- slate is 100% natural. It has many characteristics that make its use a positive from an overall environmental standpoint.
- A slate roof’s longevity alone makes it an environmental plus
- Slate contributes no detrimental substances to the environment
- Slate helps keep other roofing materials out of landfills
- When slate outlasts the building itself, it can be recycled.
- Slate’s density adds to temperature stability of a structure
- Slate is completely fireproof.
- Can help lower net energy costs.
- Slate is resistant to degradation regardless of climatic conditions.
- Using the highest quality materials nearly always enhances the value of a building. Slate is no exception to this rule. A slate roof is not only highly respected for its “once-in-a-lifetime” investment, its aesthetic appeal can also be an important factor in building valuation.
- To make the most of the benefits of using slate you need a contractor with the skills and ability to insure you end up with a roof to last you a lifetime.
Single Ply Membrane
Single ply membranes are strong, flexible sheets composed predominately of synthetic polymer. They are hot-air welded at the joints to form continuous waterproofing. When combined with insulation and continuous support they form complete, durable roof systems.
The application of polymer technology to roofing has unique advantages for the customer:
- Rapid construction allowing early interior fit-out
- Safe, flame-free construction using hot-air welding and fasteners
- Cold bridging eliminated by use of thermal break fasteners meaning minimal loss of heat through the roof
- Effective control of air leakage to meet new energy efficiency regulations
- Minimum roof zone depth to maximise design freedom
- Easy repair, modification and refurbishment
- Simple detailing to suit all situations
- Interfaces to other construction elements such as existing walls
- Various colour options with matching profiles for eaves, verges and parapets
- We can supply and install single ply membranes from various manufacturers please contact us today to discuss your job in more detail.
Rubberbond EDPM Membrane
The RubberBond™ FleeceBack™ EPDM Rubber Roofing System is one of the toughest materials known for resistance to weather wind and sun. It is a rubber roofing system that is designed and proven to outlast conventional flat roofing materials.
Our EPDM rubber roofing system repels all moisture and does not suffer with age from cracking or crazing making it perfect for all roofs – replacing existing roofs or for use with extensions and new builds.
Through patented technology, a non – woven polyester fleece is laminated to the underside of the standard RubberBond™ EPDM making FleeceBack™ a more substantial and stronger EPDM product. This makes it an extremely durable rubber roofing material that is:
- Over twice the thickness of standard EPDM
- 180% plus greater tear resistance*
- 60% plus greater impact resistance*
- There is no shrinkage or stress to cause leaks at flashings, upstands or other penetrations
Over 50 Years Proven Life Expectancy
The first synthetic rubber EPDM roofs were laid in the States by Carlisle™ Syntec in the 1960′s and are still protecting these roofs today.
Well known buildings rely on their EPDM rubber roofing such as Honda factories, Microsoft, Staples, Canary Wharf, Paddington Station, The Play House Theatre, schools, shopping centres, railway stations, hospitals and hundreds of thousands more commercial and residential properties.
Weather Resistant Rubber Roofing
RubberBond™ FleeceBack™ is not affected by extremes of temperature. Installations are in varied climates – from the glaring sun of the Middle East to the freezing cold of Siberia and Alaska.
RubberBond™ rubber roofing is not degraded by ultra violet or ozone as again witnessed by the many installations in hotter climates such as the Middle East.
The colour of a dark grey slate looks natural and doesn’t easily show dirt.
The smooth synthetic rubber finish does not require ballast or chippings that have an annoying habit of blocking gutters and downpipes. RubberBond™ does not support moss growth. It not only looks good on day one but also stays looking good even after 30+ years…
The additional thickness of FleeceBack™ gives a superior finish especially important to maintaining and increasing your homes value.
Flexible Rubber Roofing
RubberBond™ easily bends with no stress, to follow the contours of the roof, upstands to walls, check curb edges, skylights, pipes, terminations into gutters and the like. RubberBond has over 300% flexibility so will easily accommodate building movement.
RubberBond™ FleeceBack™ rubber roofing repels all moisture and does not suffer with age from cracking or crazing. RubberBond™ FleeceBack™ “breathes” allowing vapours to escape, thus preventing blisters.
Extremely ECO friendly materials all applied with little energy – Both Government and the International Kyoto Ecology agreement recommends EPDM rubber as Best Value sustainable eco – sound roofing.
Tried and Tested
The RubberBond™ rubber roofing system holds British Board of Agrément certification no. 02/3967 BBA – is designated by government to issue European technical approvals.
The main benefits of using larger interlocking tiles.
- A greater covering capacity meaning less materials and a faster completion of jobs.
- A more cost effect job when priced against most other roofing materials
- An ability to be able to install on lower roof pitches down to 12.5°
- Available in concrete or clay and in a large array of shapes and colours to suit almost everybody’s needs.