Slating Surrey and Tiling Surrey

Please take a look at my Roof Tiling Info and Roof Slate Info sections for a more detailed description of the tiles on offer

My aim is to make sure that your roof blends in with the surrounding properties and therefore, with your approval, I will choose an appropriate style and colour tile at an affordable price

You don’t have to worry about the hundreds of choices of tiles and their colours, let me advise you on the most cost friendly, appropriate material for your roof

Clay Tiles


Clay roof tiles are a natural and durable roofing material available in a wider range of colours and sizes than ever before. The tiles I offer are unique and offer a number of benefits, including:

  • Natural and sustainable
  • Fire and chemical resistant
  • Do not biologically degrade
  • Resistant to mould growth
  • Low-maintenance costs
  • Available in plain, interlocking and pantile
  • Suitable for most applications
  • Ideal for heritage projects
  • Available with a weathered appearance to instantly
  • blend in with the local environment
  • Ages without fading
  • Match with local planning requirements

 

Here are some examples of the designs and colours on offer…

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Concrete and Plain Tiles


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Concrete tiles are the most widely used and readily available roof covering. Strong and designed to perform in even the most demanding British weather conditions, they are a cost-effective solution. I offer an extensive range of concrete tiles, available in a variety of colours and sizes offering a number of benefits, including:

  • Low-cost, when compared to other roof coverings
  • Wide range of products, colours, sizes and innovations
  • Available in plain or profiled options
  • Suitable for most applications

Slating Surrey


Slate has lined our roofs since the Roman times. However, today’s choice of local, imported or man-made slate is dictated by a number of factors and the foremost of these factors is price.

British Slate is durable, hard-wearing and watertight and locally sourced slate is an enduring sight on our roofs.

The introduction of BS EN 123261 in 2004 also guarantees that newly quarried British slate is frost and fire-proof.

Welsh slate, which is grey-blue in colour, is universally recognised as the highest quality slate available. However, Britain boasts a number of prestigious slates, including Burlington blue-grey and green-coloured Westmorland slates from the Lake District, dark-grey Cornish Delabole slate, and Scottish Ballachulish and Easdale slates.

Several other types of stone also offer a sturdy choice.

Longevity does, however, come at a price, and not for the material alone but installing a natural slate roof is a time consuming, highly skilled job, and therefore a substantial cost to factor into your budget. If you’re re-slating a period roof, we can try to preserve as many of the existing slates as possible.

We can match these with natural slates of a similar size, hue and texture, and re-lay in a random assortment to create a characterful roof.

Alternatively, we can take slates to a reclamation yard (good-quality reclaimed slate is in high demand), and this is both a cost-effective and sustainable solution.

Natural slate is worth the investment if renovating a period property, or matching a new build to suit the local vernacular.

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