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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.
Social Housing – Oxfordshire

Social Housing – Oxfordshire

Russell Roof Tiles

Russell Roof Tiles worked closely with the roofing contractor to supply tiles for a rural exemption scheme.
Social Housing – Ashfield

Social Housing – Ashfield

Russell Roof Tiles

Russell Roof Tiles su.pplied 200,000 Highland roof tiles in Cottage Red for a reroof project
Social Housing – South Bristol

Social Housing – South Bristol

Russell Roof Tiles

Russell Roof Tiles provided Galloway tiles for a Social Housing project in Bristol.
Social Housing – Derby

Social Housing – Derby

Russell Roof Tiles

Russell Roof Tiles supplied tiles to 3 social housing sites in Derby.
Private Housing – Waterlooville

Private Housing – Waterlooville

Russell Roof Tiles

Russell Roof Tiles supplied Bute tiles in Burnt Orange for a residential housing project in Hampshire.
Shopwyke Lakes, Chichester

Shopwyke Lakes, Chichester

Russell Roof Tiles

Russell Roof Tiles supplied Taylor Wimpey with 180,000 Bute tiles, a thinner leading edge tile, in Burnt Orange for its Shopwykes Lakes development in Chichester.
Private Housing – Stirlingshire

Private Housing – Stirlingshire

Russell Roof Tiles

Russell Roof Tiles supplied 26,000 Slate Grey Pennine tiles as part of a £36,000 contract for a total of 13 private homes in Falkirk.
Private Housing – The Limes

Private Housing – The Limes

Russell Roof Tiles

ussell Roof Tiles is supplied our Natural Range Galloway and also the profiled Pennine tile to a total of 128 new build homes in Leicestershire.
Private Housing – St. Mary’s Island

Private Housing – St. Mary’s Island

Russell Roof Tiles

Russell Roof Tiles supplied 27,000 black Galloway tiles for a total of 27 homes on the unique island community project of St. Mary’s Island, Kent.
Private Housing – Essex

Private Housing – Essex

Russell Roof Tiles

Russell Roof Tiles supplied Taylor Wimpey with 250,000 sustainable Bute tiles in Cottage Red, Slate Grey and Terracotta, for its Hamford Park development in Walton-on-the-Naze.
Spirit Quarters – Coventry

Spirit Quarters – Coventry

Russell Roof Tiles

Russell Roof Tiles supplied Keepmoat Homes with Highland, Grampian and Lothian tiles in Slate Grey, Anthracite, Cottage Red and Peat Brown, for its multi award-winning development, Spirit Quarters.
Social Housing – Leicester

Social Housing – Leicester

Russell Roof Tiles

Russell Roof Tiles supplied social new build contractor Robert Woodhead Ltd with Grampian tiles in Slate Grey for a ground-breaking project by Leicester City Council to build hundreds of affordable homes for families across the city.
Private Housing – Forest Chase

Private Housing – Forest Chase

Russell Roof Tiles

A large new housing development in the East Midlands required a roof tile that would match with the traditions of the local area.
Fife Council & Kingdom HA

Fife Council & Kingdom HA

Russell Roof Tiles

In 2015 Robertson Partnership Homes was a start-up business within the group and this development was their first development on site and they have gone on to deliver numerous developments of a similar nature for most of the large local authorities and housing associations in Scotland.Russell Roof Tiles provided 100,000 Grampian and Pennine tiles in Anthracite and Terracotta colours.
Extra Care, Northwich

Extra Care, Northwich

Russell Roof Tiles

Russell Roof Tiles supplied Vistry Partnerships with 20,000 Galloway tiles in Anthracite for a £11.8m independent living apartment complex for over 55s in the heart of Northwich, Cheshire. Vistry Partnerships, the UK’s leading Partnerships business work with local authorities, housing associations and investors to create lasting relationships and deliver vibrant, sustainable places to live.
Polden

Polden

Russell Roof Tiles

The Polden tile has been used on various sites in Scotland as a slate solution. With its riven finish and mock bond the tile gives a true natural look but still has all of the benefits of a concrete interlocking tile.
Private Housing – Gloucester

Private Housing – Gloucester

Russell Roof Tiles

Developers Bovis Homes needed a tile that would be sympathetic to the natural surrounds.
Commercial Project – Surrey

Commercial Project – Surrey

Russell Roof Tiles

A stable conversion project needed an authentic clay roof finish.
Extra Care, Bedfordshire

Extra Care, Bedfordshire

Russell Roof Tiles

A large retirement village at Parkland Place in Bedfordshire required slate appearance roofs.
Private Housing – Locksbridge Park

Private Housing – Locksbridge Park

Russell Roof Tiles

David Wilson Homes were looking for a mix of slate and clay roofs for a new site in Andover.
Extra Care – Web Ellis Court

Extra Care – Web Ellis Court

Russell Roof Tiles

A large extra care facility in the West Midlands with a contemporary architects design needed a roof to match.
Center Parcs, Woburn Forest

Center Parcs, Woburn Forest

Russell Roof Tiles

Unlike previous Center Parcs sites, Woburn Forest’s 625 lodges were designed for the first time with traditional pitched roofing.
Extra Care, Eastbourne

Extra Care, Eastbourne

Russell Roof Tiles

The £8m project involved the demolition of an existing derelict 120-bed nursing home on Pevensey Bay Road in Eastbourne and the development of a new 80-bed care home for a Barchester Healthcare Mortain Place Care Home – which has been specifically designed to provide high-quality residential care to older people.
Private Housing – Derbyshire

Private Housing – Derbyshire

Russell Roof Tiles

The Lothian was chosen for a 35-unit housing development just outside the market town of Ashbourne in Derbyshire.
Private Housing – Stafford

Private Housing – Stafford

Russell Roof Tiles

St George’s Mansion was a former 19th century hospital called St George’s County Asylum. The grade II listed building was in disrepair following 20 years of neglect.
Private Housing – Hendrefoilan

Private Housing – Hendrefoilan

Russell Roof Tiles

The development is situated at Killay and is part of a wider initiative to redevelop the Hendrefoilan area, which includes a £450 million new university campus. The project is part of a wider regional development for St. Modwen that includes provision for up to 4,000 homes, a 4 million square foot employment space, and the construction of Swansea University’s new Bay Campus.
Social Housing – Dundee

Social Housing – Dundee

Russell Roof Tiles

Mill ‘O’ Mains is a major social housing development of 300 new homes and is part of Dundee City Council’s ongoing regeneration plans to replace outdated properties.
Private Housing – Swindon

Private Housing – Swindon

Russell Roof Tiles

The Double Roman has been a popular choice with house builders in the south.
Private Housing – Pinhoe, Exeter

Private Housing – Pinhoe, Exeter

Russell Roof Tiles

The Highland was specified for a 212 plot site by Redrow Homes in the South West of England.
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.
ProPERLA Water Repellent - Roof Revitalised

ProPERLA Water Repellent - Roof Revitalised

ProPERLA UK Ltd

This clay tile roof was given a new lease of life after being cleaned and then treated using ProPERLA Water Repellent, that created an invisible water repellent barrier on the roof tiles that remains completely breathable. This slows the ageing of the tiles, prevents moss growth and creates a self-cleaning roof that remains pristine for decades for come.
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.

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