New housing, Higher Broughton
Client: Salford City Council
Contractor: Taylor Woodrow
Type of works: Redland mechanical dry-fix specification applied to eaves, verge and ridge sections matching Cambrian Slates.
For the very best performance, a Redland mechanical dry-fix specification was applied to eaves, verge and ridge sections matching the Cambrian Slates for new affordable housing among 700 homes, under development for over 7 years by Taylor Woodrow. It is part of an ongoing £120m regeneration of Higher Broughton led by Salford City Council.
The dry-fix specification includes Redlands Ambi-Dry Verge System and Universal Angle Ridge tiles on a DryVent Ridge System to provide stormproof low maintenance. Completing the ventilation specification are visually-discreet Cambrian ThruVent tiles.
Redland Cambrian Slates provide the classic slate look with modern high performance. They embody the beauty and character of natural slate, because they are manufactured from over 60% recycled Welsh Slate with the thinnest leading edge.
Unlike traditional natural slates however, the modern interlocking Cambrians are manufactured to meet the latest standards for performance. Although light in weight, Cambrians unique three-point fixing makes it suitable for even the most exposed sites.
Cambrians installed with these recommended fixings ensure that the whole roof is backed by the unique Redland 15 Year Roof System Guarantee.
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