Richard Bishop, Category Marketing Manager for Roof at Wienerberger, looks at the market, and current trends in clay tiling.
Protracted delays within the construction market are being created with the increasing demand and limited availability of many popular concrete roof tiles.
Redland’s Cathedral Clay Pantiles and Postel Clay Tiles have been specified to roof Fosters Croft, a family housing development in a conservation area.
Redland has extended its Rosemary Clay Craftsman range to include a third tile: the Victorian boasts a coarser texture than its counterparts.
Burlesdon Lodge, original ‘M’ spy master’s house Spymaster’s Burlesdon Lodge rebuild using Redland Rosemary Clay Craftsman roof tile Burlesdon Lodge was originally built in 1920 for Mansfield Cummings, the founder of MI6 and original ‘M’ spy master. The property was later bought by the Sneezum family who turned it into a family home. The area[…]
Handmade peg and plain clay tiles add value to projects Tudor Roof Tiles historically authentic range of handmade peg and plain clay tiles add value to new build projects as well as complementing older styled or period properties in conservation areas. Made from the finest English clay, these traditional sand faced clay tiles have an[…]