Aggregate Industries introduces Spanish Blue Slate to its roofing range

Aggregate Industries introduces Spanish Blue Slate to its roofing range

After seeing a rise in demand of Spanish Blue Slate, Aggregate Industries has introduced ‘Bradstone Azul’ to its range of roofing products.

Bradstone Azul slate has been selected for its aesthetic, promising to add character to any new external roof, extension or new-build property. It incorporates a distinctive colour that is on-trend, whilst also offering strength and durability. The naturally occurring slate originates from North-west Spain and each tile is unique, offering individuality. The product has been chosen not only for its textured look, but also for its minimal grading requirements. It can be used for both residential properties and commercial buildings.

Every pack offers consistency with each slate measuring 500 by 250mm, weighing 1.1kg/m and offering a nominal thickness of 5-6mm. With full width units featuring pre-drilled nailing holes, the slate is suitable for roofs down to a minimum pitch of 27.5° moderate exposure and 35° severe exposure.

Jeremy Lee, Sales Director for Aggregate Industries, commented: “With high demand for Spanish slate in the UK roofing market, this product will meet and exceed customers’ expectations. At Aggregate Industries, we take time to research and source the best quality natural materials, so that customers can be confident they are receiving a high quality product. Bradstone Azul is a premium tile designed to achieve an attractive finish for any property.”

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