Plain Tile Range – adaptability is the key feature of the plain tile range with a wide choice of concrete tiles suited to almost any pitched roof design.

  • Heathland – a plain tile with an uneven leading edge, irregular sides and textured sanded surface creating a hand-made clay appearance.
  • Heathland Ornamental – ornamental concrete plain tiles with an uneven leading edge, irregular sides and textured surface.
  • Plain Tile – a cross-cambered tile of traditional appearance.
  • Plain Tile Ornamental – cross-cambered ornamental concrete plain tiles of traditional appearance in a wide range of colours.
  • DuoPlain – combines the classic proportions and good looks of traditional plain tiles with all the time and cost-saving benefits of interlocking tiles.

Profile Range – based on traditional designs, the profile range comprises interlocking concrete tiles in a wide variety of colours and finishes.

  • Landmark Double Pantile – offers traditional appeal both in colour and profile.
  • Landmark Double Roman tiles – combines long-lasting Landmark surface finish with the popular Double Roman profile.
  • Grovebury – concrete double pantile interlocking tile provides roofscapes of gentle flowing lines.
  • 50 Double Roman – a classic interlocking concrete tile with a distinctive “Roman” profile.
  • Regent – traditionally shaped tile provides a striking, bold effect that blends into both historical and modern environments.
  • Renown – a neat low-profile tile in a variety colours and granular finishes designed to blend unobtrusively into any environment.
  • Fenland Pantile – a classic single pantile shape in a modern interlocking concrete tile.
  • Redland 49 – a small interlocking cambered tile.

Slate Range – the slate range delivers the simple beauty of a slated roof with precision manufacturing that ensures a durable and weathertight construction.

  • Cambrian – made from over 60% recycled slate, delivering high performance and looks with a proven track record on pitches down to 15°.
  • Landmark 10 – with its clean lines and rich, long lasting colour, this slate captures the unmistakable style and appeal of slate.
  • Richmond 10 – with its thin leading edge and hidden lock, a cost-effective solution where an authentic slate appearance is called for.
  • Mockbond Richmond 10 – The MockBond variant of Richmond has a centre bond line to create the impression of two small units.
  • Saxon 10 – It’s chamfered edge and riven surface gives the appearance of quarried slate and matches the performance of a machine-made slate with visual appeal.
  • Stonewold II – The original flat-profile concrete interlocking slate that makes the roof easy to build even at pitches as low as 17.5°.
  • Mini Stonewold – a flat concrete slate which can be laid at pitches as low as 17.5°.
  • Mockbond Mini Stonewold – a variant of Mini Stonewold has a centre bond line to create the impression of two small units.

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