Windsor Slate

No more than 3% Wastage Guaranteed.

European Test Report
BS EN 12326-1 : 2004 Product Conformity test for Roofing and external Cladding Slate.

“The Windsor Premium and The Balmoral Grey Slates” Passed all Tests, and were awarded The Highest Codes available A1, S1 and T1.

Reclaimed Welsh Slate.

Reclaimed Slate

Every Slate Hand Sorted, and Graded, by Roof Slates.

Reclaimed Welsh Slates.

Reclaimed Slates

Roof Slates are proud to be one of the leading UK specialist suppliers of reclaimed slate, with over 30 years experience in the Reclaimed Slate industry.

We know what a good quality Reclaimed Slate looks like and pride ourselves on offering only the very highest, Quality Reclaimed Slate.

We have built up a strong reputation for supplying building merchants, construction firms and local authorities with Quality Reclaimed Slate as a result of our attention to quality, and the fact that every reclaimed slate which we sell has been rigourously checked and graded by ourselves.

Do not hesitate to get in touch with Roof to discuss the different variants of reclaimed slate which we currently have in stock, and to take advantaReclaimed slatege of our expertise and advice.

Our premises is located in Ashton-Under-Lyne on the outskirts of Manchester, and we welcome collection of all reclaimed slate or alternatively, we can arrange national and international shipping on all orders of our reclaimed slate.

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Scottish Slate as old as the Earth itself

Roof Slate has been formed by a process which is almost as old as the earth itself. it began when surface rocks were worn away by wind and water and deposited on the floor of the ocean that covered this area of Wales.

The deposits, through the Ordovician period, some 500 million years ago, became buried beneath the earth and were subjected to intense pressure and heat, forming them into sedimentary rocks.

Later movements in the earth's crust exerted immense forces upon these rocks, forcing them up into colossal strata's on the mountain sides as the waters receded.

For centuries Welsh slate has been used for the roofing, cladding and flooring of buildings world-wide, from cottages to palaces.

Due to slates natural qualities, and characteristics it is ideally suited for prestigious projects.

Its uses are not only limited to roofing, but can be used for steps, pool surround, kitchen tops windowsill's etc.

Its uses are only limited by one's imagination. Roofing slates are produced from a natural material, each individual hand made slate will have its own unique visual characteristics.


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