A self-build project in the rural village of Old Dalby, Leicestershire is one of the first in the country to be completed using the new Lincoln, an innovative easy-to-fix interlocking clay pantile.
The Lincoln interlocking clay pantile was launched by leading roof systems manufacturer, Marley Eternit in early 2016 and the project near Melton Mowbray is one of a number of developments already using the ground-breaking tile.The project at Yard Farm, in the village of Old Dalby, saw builders James Howden demolishing the existing house and constructing a new three bedroom home in its place. Architects HSSP specified classic-style clay pantiles for the roof, in keeping with many of the older properties in the historic village.
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