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Shatter Resistant Tiles Complete New Roof for Residents at Golf Club Lodge

Shatter Resistant Tiles Complete New Roof for Residents at Golf Club Lodge

IKO PLC

When starting to plan the development of a new 18 bedroomed lodge at Kingswood Golf Course, the management team were concerned about its proximity to the 18th hole and the perennial damage that had been caused over time to the existing slate roofs of the club house from golf balls. They wanted a more robust, sustainable solution for the roof of The Lodge.
Hardwood Timber Tiles - Tunbridge Wells

Hardwood Timber Tiles - Tunbridge Wells

Wallbarn Ltd

This project involved a penthouse with a huge roof terrace. The existing deck was dilapidated and needed complete replacement. The existing decking needed to be lifted, cut up and removed. The terrace was jet-washed and sealed. Using ipe tiles on top of adjustable pedestals keeps the tiles out of standing water and creates space underneath for cables, etc. Rooftop terraces are difficult to access. 500x500mm timber tiles are much easier to manually handle and transport than long plank decking. The tiles aren’t fixed to the pedestals, making them future-proofed.
Ceramic tile rail substructure system

Ceramic tile rail substructure system

Wallbarn Ltd

Laying ceramic tiles on flat roofs, terraces and podium decks has been made easier with the development of the Rail System, an integrated substructure system to increase stability of suspended tiles. The Rail System incorporates an adjustable height pedestal with a special clip head fitting, a specially profiled aluminium rail which clicks onto the headpiece without the need for mechanical fixings and a top headpiece which slides along the rail to hold and position the tile. By tying the pedestals together via the rail, there is far less risk of an individual pedestal moving or changing height, leading to far less risk of a tile rocking over time. This assures the integrity of the upper surface and gives a health and safety improvement to the area.The rail gives added structural stability as the weight is distributed laterally along the rails and not driven directly downwards onto the pedestal beneath. The top headpiece can be slid along the rail to fit to the corners of the tile above. This means the edge of the tile does not necessarily have to be directly above the pedestal, giving much greater flexibility for positioning.Consider the possibility of a drainage outlet or other awkward detail being directly beneath the edge of a surface tile. Instead of having to cut the tile back, simply move the pedestals away for the outlet and let the rail circumvent the hazard. Position the top head in the correct place to fit around the corner of the tile and the issue is addressed quickly, securely and easily. The rail system brings greater lateral stability to the tiled deck and is a faster, more efficient way to lay porcelain tiles and slabs. It is a major technical improvement to suspended tile and slab installations.
hardwood Timber Tiles with self-levelling pedestals on terrace

hardwood Timber Tiles with self-levelling pedestals on terrace

Wallbarn Ltd

Roof terrace on the third floor of a residential block. The customer wanted a floating deck but was keen to source decking that could be easily installed. They needed to deal with a slope and variation in the surface, as well as easy access to a drain. Wallbarn recommended their Cumuru hardwood timber tiles which being 500mm x 500mm x 30mm, which are highly portable and perfect for low threshold retro-fits. To deal with the variation in surfaces around the deck, we recommended laying the timber tiles onto our ‘Balance’ self-levelling pedestals. Total installation time: 3 hours
Combining a Range of IKO Roofing Waterproofing Systems to Refurbish a School Roof

Combining a Range of IKO Roofing Waterproofing Systems to Refurbish a School Roof

IKO PLC

The existing waterproofing had failed due to a previous poor installation, the result of which saturated the insulation below the exterior roofing. New high performance solutions were specified that included a range of IKO roofing waterproofing systems to protect both the flat and pitched roofing areas of the building. IKOslate, a robust and durable tile was specified for the pitched roof due to vandalism and the fragility of the current system, whereas a tapered scheme was required for the flat roofing - IKO Ultra Prevent alongside a cold applied liquid solution (IKO Polimar) for the more intricate details.
Ipe timber tiles offers decking solution for ultra low height threshold

Ipe timber tiles offers decking solution for ultra low height threshold

Wallbarn Ltd

A contractor client was working on a retro-fit balcony and flat roof project in Brighton. The waterproofing membrane had tapered insulation placed on top and the contractor discovered ballasting the insulation was needed, only once on the roof. The door thresholds were too tight for a traditional decking system with joists. Wallbarn advised for paving slabs on 9mm rubber pads; then 30mm thick ipe timber tiles mounted onto Adjustable Pedestals. The buildup was under 100mm and the overall finish of the tropical hardwood was glorious. The architect was relieved that we could produce a solution, the client was delighted.
Clarence Road, Hale

Clarence Road, Hale

Wienerberger Ltd

The customer wanted to find a new tile that had a similar aesthetic look to the original clay tiles but also needed to ensure an economical overall installation cost. James Bros Roofing Contractors, who specialise in the re-roofing of domestic properties using natural slate, clay plain tiles or more modern concrete tiles, selected Wienerberger's 20/20 Antique Slate roof tiles to achieve this brief perfectly.
The Larkin, Hull

The Larkin, Hull

Wienerberger Ltd

Our Rivius slate roof tiles and appearance roof tiles and Ashington Red Multi brick were specificed for a very impressive project in Hull.
Clarendon Place

Clarendon Place

Wienerberger Ltd

For this project, Wienerberger's 20/20 roof tiles in Antique Slate were used to reduce installation costs and completion times. A ground breaking feature of the tile, which was previously considered impossible, is that it is guaranteed for use at roof pitches down to 15°, where as traditional plain tiles usually can only go down to 35°.
Kingsdown House, The King's School, Canterbury

Kingsdown House, The King's School, Canterbury

Wienerberger Ltd

Rather than using modern interlocking tiles, Wienerberger’s Alban Sussex Blend tiles were used to create the roof and walls of Kingsdown House. The versatility of the Alban Sussex Blend tile was highlighted: the tiles blend beautiful design with a stunning aesthetic result. The tiles were chosen because they enabled the architect to use a single material for the roof and walls, creating a simple, attractive façade that complements its neighbours .
Exeter College Cohen Quad

Exeter College Cohen Quad

Fixfast Ltd

The Rimex tiling in the checker-board pattern really highlights the stunning dormer windows and the beautiful curve of the tiles from the roof-line wrap around the roof and down the walls creating a seamless cloak around the building. 17,000 iridescent stainless steel shingles adorn this roof and the tiles are of a wonderful muted bronze and champagne colour with an unusual texture, catching, but not reflecting, the sunlight.
Irrigation of Intensive Green Roof Systems

Irrigation of Intensive Green Roof Systems

Alumasc Roofing

The total absence of or the provision of inadequate irrigation systems is one of the commonest reasons for planting failures on green roofs, or within planters. Here we take a quick look at some of the pressures and solutions for providing much-needed irrigation to our green spaces, but with an emphasis on green roofs.
Whitechapel, London

Whitechapel, London

Wienerberger Ltd

One of London’s most historic areas, Whitechapel, has undergone sympathetic restoration using Sandtoft’s handmade range of clay roof tiles, including Sandoft Greenwood pantile and Goxhill plain tile.
Loveden Beck, Lincolnshire

Loveden Beck, Lincolnshire

Wienerberger Ltd

Wienerberger’s New Rivius slate appearance roof tiles used in stunning project in Lincolnshire.
Sidlaw House, Stamford Hill

Sidlaw House, Stamford Hill

Wienerberger Ltd

For this project, Sandtoft’s Terracotta Concrete Double Roman roof tiles were chosen to reduce costs.
Quintain House

Quintain House

Marley Ltd

Quintain House's clay tiled roof is sympathetic to those in nearby traditional villages in the surrounding area.
Priordale Road, West Yorkshire

Priordale Road, West Yorkshire

Wienerberger Ltd

WDH use premium Sandtoft concrete tiles (Concrete Double Pantiles, Plain Tiles in Rustic and Koraflex flashing solution) from Wienerberger bring new lease of life to properties on Priordale Road in essential roof renovations.
Witham Grange, Lincolnshire

Witham Grange, Lincolnshire

Wienerberger Ltd

For this beautiful self build in Lincolnshire, Wienerberger's New Rivius Antique Slate roof tiles were used.
Old Vicarage, Suffolk

Old Vicarage, Suffolk

Wienerberger Ltd

Keymer’s Traditional Elizabethan and Antique roof tiles are used to stunning effect on this beautifully restored period property.
Wixams Retirement Village

Wixams Retirement Village

Marley Ltd

Approximately 5,000 square metres of Marley Edgemere and Marley Concrete Plain Tiles were installed as part of a £44m new-build project by Galliford Try at Wixams Retirement Village. Galliford Try led the Wixams Retirement Village project from start to finish, with NRA Roofing and Marley working together for the installation & manufacture of roofing products. Key reasons for the specification of Marley Edgemere and Marley concrete plain tiles included the cost-competitiveness of the tiles as well as the visual appeal and product attributes which would make the installation process quicker and more efficient.
Decking Supports - Snowfields Primary School, South London

Decking Supports - Snowfields Primary School, South London

Wallbarn Ltd

100m2 flat roof on top of a school in was going to become an outside classroom. Access was severely restricted so it was not possible to consider traditional decking boards. Work was required at half term. Ipe timber decking tiles mounted onto adjustable pedestals were selected. The pedestals were delivered in boxes and the 500 x 500mm Ipe timber tiles could be carried by hand up all the flights of stairs to the roof area. The fall was accommodated with the adjustable pedestals and the hardwood decking was flat and durable. The roof was completed in three days.
Maintaining your green roof using temporary irrigation

Maintaining your green roof using temporary irrigation

Alumasc Roofing

One of the most common causes of green roofs under performing is insufficient application of irrigation immediately after the plants have been installed. With the UK’s variable weather conditions we can experience long periods of unseasonably dry weather when normal levels of rainfall cannot be relied upon to provide sufficient moisture for the plants to establish into the growing medium.
Fire Test puts latest Derbigum Warm Roof Systems through their paces

Fire Test puts latest Derbigum Warm Roof Systems through their paces

Alumasc Roofing

With recent events in the UK highlighting the requirement for compliance with up to date and relevant fire test standards, Alumasc Roofing Systems have conducted further fire tests on the market leading Derbigum high performance bituminous membrane warm roof system.
Cygnus Homes - Offsite Buildings

Cygnus Homes - Offsite Buildings

Metrotile UK Ltd

The low weight of Metrotile – just one seventh of so-called traditional roof tiles such as slate or clay – is ideal for factory-built modular and prefab housing...
30-year old plus flat roofs still going strong

30-year old plus flat roofs still going strong

Alumasc Roofing

Alumasc Roofing Systems’ Derbigum bituminous membranes provide over 40 years durability and last year gained updated BBA certification confirming this. However, prior to the updated certification being published over 700 million m2 of Derbigum products have been installed worldwide since 1932. This proves the immense reputation the Derbigum product holds amongst specifiers throughout the world.
Wallis Road, Hackney Wick

Wallis Road, Hackney Wick

Ryno Ltd

Sitting on the site of dilapidated Wallis Road factory and yard space, this mixed-use development features 44 luxury loft apartments. Quadro porcelain paving tiles in the shade 'Crema' were used across each of the private balconies, as well as on the roof terrace. Tiles were supported by various Ryno height-adjustable pedestals.
The Beauty of Slate With None of the Drawbacks

The Beauty of Slate With None of the Drawbacks

IKO PLC

When the garage at a house in Sheffield had to be rebuilt from scratch due to unforeseen circumstances, the homeowner was keen to make sure that re-cycled products were used for the job. He also wanted a roofing tile solution that would complement the original slate on the main roof of the house.
Chippenham Care Home

Chippenham Care Home

Marley Ltd

Marley's Modern Interlocking Concrete Tiles within the shade of "Smooth Grey" were specified for the roofing of this new and wonderful extension of the Chippenham Care Home, which is opposite to Chippenham's newly built Golf Clubhouse. The Modern interlocking concrete tile is heavily chosen due to its slate-like appearance, ease of installation and due to it being a economical choice.
The Factory, Islington

The Factory, Islington

Ryno Ltd

The private roof terrace at former Edwardian-era printworks 'The Factory' is transformed with Ryno PaveRail™ Non-combustible Paving System taking centre stage, supporting large porcelain tiles.
NedZink NOVA - Princess Elizabeth Hospital Guernsey – Lighthouse Wards

NedZink NOVA - Princess Elizabeth Hospital Guernsey – Lighthouse Wards

SIG Zinc & Copper

The Lighthouse Wards at Princess Elizabeth Hospital, Guernsey comprise three single storey wards containing 60 continuing care units for elderly patients. The tiled roofs on the the buildings had failed just five years after installation. Architects Naftel Associates chose to replace the roof with zinc standing seam.
Panne S Vintage Pantile

Panne S Vintage Pantile

Edilians

Great use of the Panne S in vintage colour on this cow shed to café conversion in East Yorkshire. Tile choice was critical to allow the new built section to seamlessly blend in with the existing pantile roof.
Binton Road in Welford, nr Stratford upon Avon.

Binton Road in Welford, nr Stratford upon Avon.

Marley Ltd

Beauty & Heritage - Marley’s Hawkins Fired Sienna clay plain roof tile, the perfect specification choice for a new development in Warwickshire. Properties had to fit seamlessly into the surrounding landscape, while also meeting strict planning regulations. Keith Greenall, MD for Greenall Construction, “The mock Tudor architectural style, incorporating natural materials meant we wanted to find a roofing solution in keeping with the look we had established. “The development required a clay tile perfectly matching the aesthetics within the village & the planning committee were happy the clay material suited the ambience & style of the development & local area.”
Alumasc look back at their first blue roof installation from over 3 years ago - University of Bristol Lecture Theatre

Alumasc look back at their first blue roof installation from over 3 years ago - University of Bristol Lecture Theatre

Alumasc Roofing

Back in 2015 Alumasc Roofing Systems installed their pioneering Blue Roof Water Attenuation System ‘BluRoof’ at University of Bristol’s Arts and Social Sciences Lecture Theatre – the first Alumasc BluRoof system installed within the UK.
Devonian roof for Jurassic fossils, with Glendyne Slate

Devonian roof for Jurassic fossils, with Glendyne Slate

Burton Roofing Merchants Ltd

Fossil museum The Etches Collection, in Kimmeridge, Dorset, is protected by a new high-performance roof in keeping with its character, thanks to Glendyne.
A Flame-Free Solution to Reduce the Potential Fire Risk

A Flame-Free Solution to Reduce the Potential Fire Risk

IKO PLC

The project was to refurbish the roof and improve the drainage and insulation and bring it up to current building control standards. A thermographic survey of the roof was carried out by IKO, which confirmed that it was sound enough to have an overlay of IKO UXPL bituminous membrane rather than stripping it back and rebuilding. IKO UPXL was primarily chosen by the client for the 30 year guarantee. One section of the roof to be repaired was on top of dormers. Flame-free IKO UPXL membranes were used because of the potential fire risk of the abutting pitched tiled roof.
Glen Lodge, Stirlingshire

Glen Lodge, Stirlingshire

Wienerberger Ltd

Wienerberger’s New Rivius slate appearance roof tiles, part of the New Generation portfolio, have been used to stunning effect on a substantial self-build project – Glen House, in the small Scottish town of Larbert, Stirlingshire.

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