The Old Quarried natural stone-effect slate has the characteristics of substantial square cut roofing.
Old Quarried roofing Brighouse application in Weathered Buff
Old Quarried roofing Gargrave application in Weathered Buff
Old Quarried roofing Lepton application in Weathered Buff
Old Quarried roofing Grassington application in Lichen Green
Features and benefits
Complete range available
A complete and simple range of diminishing courses and random widths which give the finished roof the heavy stone appearance. Available in natural Weathered Buff and unique Lichen Green shade for heritage and conservation areas. The Old Quarried range consists of main slates, under ridge and eaves slates with matching accessories including ridge, hip and ventilation units
Old Quarried slates provide reduced erection and timber costs compared with original natural stone material. Slates are thrice holed and are hung using metal pegs or clout nails.
Each slate is numbered and the slate number (see table above) indicates its size. The main slates (2-10) forming the bulk of the roof are supplied and laid to a doublelap in three lengths, reducing from eaves to ridge. There are three different widths in each length. Equal quantities from the full range of widths are supplied in each particular length. The length of rafter determines the number of courses in each slate length supplied. Ridge/hip units – Available in 600mm lengths. Ridge vent units – Available in 450mm lengths. Gas flue ridge units - Available in 450mm lengths. Nails and pegs – Hanging over batten: 40mm long x 4.5mm or 5mm dia. Aluminium tile pegs. Nailing through batten: 40/45mm long x 3.35 dia. Clout head nails.
External roofs, extensions and new builds where a natural appearance is required.