Premium handcrafted look for the ultimate finish
Ashdowne handcrafted clay tiles are available in two weathered colours making them the ideal choice in a refurbishment project or to enhance the beauty of a new build development and complement the surrounding area.
The traditional handcrafted finish ensures each and every project takes on a beauty and character of its own, no two handcrafted roofs are ever alike.
For extra versaltility why not consider combining and mixing the colour range to add extra warmth and texture to your project.
Accreditation to the BES 6001 framework standard for 'Responsible Sourcing' means that projects using our clay tiles can now achieve extra credits under BREEAM. Click here to find out more.
If you would like to find out more about our truly complete roof system, underwritten by a 15 year warranty, please click here.
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265mm x 165mm
60 tiles/m ² at 100mm gauge (roof)
53 tiles/m ² at 115mm gauge (vertical)
65kg/m ² (0.64 kN/m ² ) at 100mm gauge (roof)
57kg/m ² (0.56 kN/m ² ) at 115mm gauge (vertical)
10.0 lin.m/m ² at 100mm gauge (roof)
8.7 lin.m/m ² at 115mm gauge (vertical)
38 x 25mm for rafters/supports not exceeding 600mm centres
38mm x 2.65mm
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Can achieve a BRE 'A+' rating
Cured in gas fired kilns
Clay, sand, pigments and additives
> 60 years
Can be crushed and used as aggregate and/or as an inert bulk fill
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