Tile or slate roofing
Slate and tile roofs are popular in the UK because of their durability, weather resistance and long lasting qualities. With both products you can also choose from a number of colours and styles to not only set your home apart, but add something unique.
Slate rooftops in particular have a range of colours that can be used, such as black, grey, red, purple and green. This allows homeowners to utilise a colour that matches perfectly with the existing infrastructure.
Because of the compound’s structure it can’t be bent and pieces are often nailed to the roof. Corners and odd angles will then be covered with copper flashing to protect the rooftop further.
Benefits of slate and tile roofs
There are a range of benefits associated with slate and tile roofs, mainly the durability, variety of patterns, life expectancy and ease of maintenance.
Both products also have a great resistance to fire and aren’t affected by rust or insects. With little maintenance needed over the life expectancy of up to 75 years, you’ll have a superb looking rooftop for minimal hassle.
With the benefits of slate or tiled rooftops:
Take advantage of a material that has a life expectancy for as long as 75 years, with a variety of grades to choose from
Have a durable, resistant material with little maintenance required to keep it looking in great condition
Select from a wide range of colours and styles and choose something that’ll look great against your home and make your property stand out.
Tile and slate roof quotes
With tile and slate rooftops you’ll have a durable and resistant material that will last years and set your home apart from the crowd.
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Tile or slate roofing activity in October 2014
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Energy Performance of Houses
Properties are given an energy score dependent on how efficient they are and ratings are shown in the information beneath. This ranges from A, by far the most energy efficient, to G, the least efficient. With a higher rating you're more likely to have more affordable energy bills as more heat will probably be retained in your home. You are able to boost your home's efficiency with insulation including upvc double glazing, loft lagging or wall cavity insulation.