Bradstone has enhanced the mix design of its reconstituted stone roofing portfolio to offer better colour pigmentation and increased environmental credentials to customers.
A change in pigment added to the mix has resulted in a deeper, richer colour and better aesthetic finish across the Conservation, Cotswold, Crofters and Old Quarried ranges, while the introduction of recycled aggregates is offering a more sustainable solution for specifiers.
Jeremy Lee, Sales Director for Bradstone Roofing, comments: “We have always prided ourselves on roofing products that replicate the aesthetics of natural stone.
“The improvements we’ve made to both the colour and the environmental credentials of the products takes this to the next level, helping dwellings to better blend in with their surroundings in a more sustainable way, especially in conservation planning areas.
“Couple this with high performance and a low-maintenance, long life and we have a truly winning formula.”
The Bradstone Roofing range seamlessly replicates the aesthetics of natural stone, offering varying tile profiles in diminishing courses.
All slates are cast from moulds taken from original stone. A full range of roofing accessories to complement the slates is available.
Bradstone Roofing complies with modern construction practice making it the first choice for specifiers. Full technical support and advice, from project concept through to completion, is available.
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