Lightweight Roof Tiles & Slates
We stock & supply Cromar Cromaslate lightweight artificial slates & ridges as well as fixings which are ideal for timber framed garden buildings, sheds & stables. Easy to fix & lightweight, they offer an appearance similar to natural slates but can be laid at low roof pitches & on timber framed structures.
Leading Suppliers of Lightweight Roof Slates
Our lightweight artificial roof slates are an attractive and durable solution for your outdoor buildings. Resistant to wear and decay, they are a long lasting and fantastic quality option when it comes to choosing roofing materials for sheds, summerhouses, home offices, man caves, animal shelters, mobile homes, stables and outdoor buildings of all kinds.
Manufactured in Britain to high standards, these man-made slates can be used at low pitches, and are ideal for extensions and lean to buildings and because they are lightweight they are ideal for use on timber framed buildings of all kinds.
Why Buy Lightweight Roof Slates?
Lightweight artificial roof slates can be used for both domestic dwellings as well as public buildings. They are particularly suitable for chalets, sheds, summerhouses, animal shelters and mobile homes but can also be used for more conventional dwellings. Matching Ridge tiles and Hip tiles are available so that your project can be finished to a professional standard.
What different products can you find in the Lightweight Roof Slate range?
In the Cromar Cromaslate range we stock and supply Cromaslate Slates, Cromaslate Ridges & Cromaslate Hip Ridges.
Make Great Savings on Lightweight Roof Slates
Our lightweight roof slates are fantastic quality and offered at great prices. We offer excellent discounts for bulk buying too! All of the Lightweight Roof Slates in our range are excellent value.
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