DJ Giles  |  Bricks & Tiles – Demolition & Salvage



This tile offers a nice darker blend of roof tiles which can present a contrast to your building if using a lighter brick. available from our yard in Stokenchurch in between High Wycombe and Oxford a beautiful French tile Technical Data Roof Vertical Minimum roof  Read More

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This is a small elegant inter-locking plain tile with an attractive leading edge. The Beauvoise 20 provides a cost effective solution with flexible roofing applications both as a plain clay tile or clay slate. Only 20.5 per m2 required. Available from our yard in Stokenchurch  Read More

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This small format interlocking tile, which is both elegant and economical, is popular because of its technical characteristics offering an attractive solution both in terms of cost and ease of installation thanks to its variable gauge. It can be used on pitches as low as  Read More

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This is the equivalent of the concrete Gemini tile, but its clay at exactly the same price. It has a thin tapered leading edge, it is laid broken bond and has a variable gauge. It can used on roof pitches as low as 17.5 degrees  Read More

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We stock a large selection of fittings to go with our clay plain tile range and handmade range of traditional tiles. These are as follows: Valleys, bonnets, half round ridges, internal and external angles and mono ridge.

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1 kit will do both ridge and hip* application. – Patented ridge union design – Dry fixing – application in all weathers – Universal ridge union works with most ridge tiles – Quicker and easier to install over the cement alternative – Pack includes ventilated  Read More

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The developer slate is a natural slate from Spain and has a slightly textured surface with the natural minerals of the rock showing through on to the surface. This slate is widely used by major house builders and is competitively priced. Technical Data Roof Vertical  Read More

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The Classic Slate has a smoother finish to the surface with a slight texture running through it, and it does not have the natural minerals showing through it. Technical Data Roof Vertical Minimum roof pitch 35o 75o Headlap (minimum) 65mm 38mm Batten spacing at maximum  Read More

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The multi tile is based on oranges and reds including a few darker tiles. The key to our flagship colour blend is the natural variations caused by traditional firing methods ensuring that no two tiles are the same colour or shape and the shades merge  Read More

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The Glendyne slate is a natural slate from Canada and is our equivalent of a Welsh slate. This slate is perfectly smooth with little imperfections and compared to the Welsh slate is more affordable, however, of the same quality. Technical Data Roof Vertical Minimum roof  Read More

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A new concrete substitute roll top ridge available in slate blue/black and terracotta and in 90 degree and 110 degree.

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This blend is a great mixture, the Chartridge roof tile has an orange base with a burnt natural texture on its face offering you the classic Victorian look   Technical Data Roof Vertical Minimum roof pitch 35 90o Headlap (minimum) 65mm 38mm Batten spacing at  Read More

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The Jutland fibre cement slate is an attractive flat square edged fibre cement slate and is manufactured to the highest European standards. Technical Data Roof Vertical Minimum roof pitch 35o 75o Headlap (minimum) 65mm 38mm Batten spacing at maximum gauge 100mm 114mm Size of tile  Read More

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The Wentworth gives a beautiful blend of dark reds and brown tiles ensuring that your property will have that old classic look from day one. Technical Data Roof Vertical Minimum roof pitch 35o 90o Headlap (minimum) 65mm 38mm Batten spacing at maximum gauge 100mm 114mm  Read More

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The Zeeland fibre cement slate has a similar appearance to that of a sawn edge of a natural slate. It has an attractive riven surface with clean square edges, ideal for situations where presentation is more important. Technical Data Roof Vertical Minimum roof pitch 35o  Read More

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