Conservation Slates are visually authentic, long-lasting, cost-effective slates, specifically developed to meet stringent demands of conservation planning areas. A variety of sizes enables the slates to be laid to a traditional diminishing course. Readily available, highly acceptable reconstructed stone alternative to natural stone slates
Supplied in a full but rationalised range of diminishing lengths and random widths for an authentic appearance, The slates ease of laying and ready availability reduce time and costs associated with second-hand material, Slates are twice holed to facilitate nailing where appropriate. Nibbed to ensure speed of laying. Suitable for roofs down to a minimum pitch of 30°. Conservation range consists of main slates, under ridge and eaves slates with matching accessories including ridge, hip and ventilation units.
Highly detailed roof slates resemble indigenous Cotswold slates. Available in a range of sizes to be laid to a traditional diminishing course.
This natural stone-effect slate has the characteristics of substantial square cut roofing.
Moulded from original natural stone, Crofters Slates provide the attractive appearance of natural stone combined with the simplicity of using a single sized product.
Azul Slate has been hand selected from Spain for its minimal grading requirements and superb aesthetic appeal.