Wightwick Hall School in Tinacre Hill, Wolverhampton, has installed a complete roof system from Marley, including its Hawkins clay tile, in Staffordshire Mix, for a high-quality roof.
Contractors, Compass, also specified Marley’s Hawkins clay tile for the roof to match the roof with the rest of the school.
Marley supplied the underlay, battens and all fixtures and fittings used on the project’s roof, also ensuring 15-year guarantee.
Ryan Jones, from Compass, said: “When it came to choosing a roofing solution for Wightwick Hall School, Marley’s full roof system was the obvious choice. It was important that the Hawkins clay tile was able to seamlessly match the existing built environment, but we also needed a roof which would last.”
“The added bonus of specifying all the individual roofing elements from Marley provided us with the added confidence that the roof system was underwritten by a 15-year guarantee.”
Daniel Redfern, marketing campaign manager at Marley, said: “For a project such as Wightwick School the Hawkins clay tile, which uses traditional colours enhances the character of the building for many years to come.”
“Sourcing the roof covering, underlay, battens, fixings and accessories from one manufacturer means all parts of the roof system have been designed and tested to work together, providing reassurance of compatibility, compliance with British Standards and long-term performance.”
Available in a range of five colours, the single camber range offers unrivalled performance and versatility with a low 30⁰ minimum pitch capability.
The Hawkins clay tiles are made using modern firing techniques in line with the accredited BES 6001 framework for ‘Responsible Sourcing’.
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