Slates, cladding, render and weatherboards exhibiting at rci Show

  • 29 Sep 2014

Five variations of fibre cement will be on display, including Jutland, Zeeland, Westerland, Moorland and Diamond, designed to allow roofing contractors to achieve a natural slate appearance at a reduced price.

The Cembrit range of natural slate includes Glendyne, Duquesa, Contessa, Alpina and Montleon, all offering a sustainable product that can withstand bad weather conditions.

The company’s PB is a versatile base board for insulated render systems, whilst fifty new colours have been introduced to Cembrit’s cladding range.

The Cemwood weatherboard is a wood effect cladding designed to replicate the look of traditional timber whilst retaining the aesthetic properties of real wood, and the Continuous Vent Ridge offers a fibre cement ridge capping solution for pitched roofs.

Contact:

Cembrit Ltd Head Office
Studio 39
Thames Innovation Centre,
2 Veridion Way
Erith
Kent DA18 4AL

Tel: 0208 320 1184
Email: [email protected]
Fax: 0208 310 4803
Credit control: 0208 320 1187

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