Sandtoft 20/20 Clay Roof Tiles stunningly utilised.
Roofer Tony White has used a great colour and profile selection on this East Yorkshire new build. A specification of Wienerberger Clay Tiles to complement each feature was paramount whilst keeping an eye on affordability and technical attributes.
The Bungalow's main roof has some low pitched areas so the 20/20 Antique Tiles performing down to 15 degrees was a solution. A maintenance free future was also important so the dry vented ridge and hip system meant no mortar repointing for the years ahead.
Our customer was keen to feature the brickwork by echoing the colours with a terracotta ridge and hip line. He also used Sandtoft Humber Clay Plain Tiles in Flanders Red as a decorative gable end feature factoring in some ornamental club tiles.
Burton Roofing Hull supplied the materials for this development and felt it was a great example of locally manufactured roof tiles and fittings that co-ordinated so well. Not many customers realise that the Sandtoft 20/20 clay roof tile has the capacity to potentially reduce the carbon footprint of a roof by a massive 50%;
Some key 20/20 features include;
- More cost effective than all traditional plain tiles
- Performs at pitches down to 15°
- Saves materials, weight and transport
- Saves 50% CO2 compared with traditional clay plain tiles
- Uses only 20.5 tiles per m²
- Natural alluvial Humber clay
- Made to ISO 14001 environmental standard