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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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The Moorland fibre cement slate again has a similar appearance to that of a natural slate but with a smooth surface finish and dressed edges which lends itself to all manner of prestigious applications. Technical Data Roof Vertical Minimum roof pitch 35o 75o Headlap (minimum)  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 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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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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