This year’s Homebuilding & Renovating Show in Edinburgh will see CUPA PIZARRAS present some of its high quality slate products.
Located at Stand 114, the company’s exhibit will feature their most popular Scottish product, Heavy 3.
Heavy 3’s durability and versatility has ensured its popularity with customers. Sourced from a CUPA PIZARRAS quarry, which has been in operation since 1892, its thickness of 7-8mm enables it to withhold heavy rain and high winds, perfect for the perils of the unpredictable Scottish weather.
The slate has a 150-year lifespan and a 100-year warranty, ensuring customers will have peace of mind and, as well as this, no products installed in Scotland have ever had the need to be replaced or repaired.
Furthermore, Heavy 3’s stylish, classic blue-black design means it can be modified to meet the requirements of numerous buildings.
From the 21st to 22nd October, the show has something to interest all. Taking place at the Royal Highland Centre, exhibitors will be taking their place from near and far.
There will be advice on offer to those beginning a project in a face-to-face consultation and on the other hand, a master class to those who are adding the finishing touches.
Nigel Tozer, UK Manager for CUPA PIZARRAS, said, “We are excited to meet our UK customers at the show, and engage with them about their own home renovation projects.
“In the exciting time of celebrating 125 years recently, we hope we can give them some informative advice about our products and their impressive features.”
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