Stone roofing slates are used extensively in the renovation of listed buildings, barn conversions, and cottage properties. They are also used widely in the extension of period properties and new builds where a traditional finish is required. 

Stone roofing slates are normally laid in reducing course size from the eaves towards the peak of the roof. 

Slate widths vary in size to give a natural random coursed effect when in position on a roof. Larger slate sizes tend to be towards the thicker (25mm) end of the range. In all cases, slates are holed 50mm from the top and feature hand chiseled edges on all sides. 

If you are looking at pricing up a roof, our sales team will be able to create you a bespoke batten plan using your dimensions for a single or double sided roof.