Welsh Slate is a metamorphosed sedimentary rock of the Ordovician and Cambrian geological series being 500 million years old.
The quarries of Snowdonia produce two main colours of slate - Heather Blue and Blue grey.
This traditional Welsh cottage, believed to date back to the thirteenth century has been re-slated with extra heavy blue grey slates to retain its original character and small random sized “peggies” maintain the original feature of this period round house.
A site visit can be arranged for clients involved with the renovation of Registered Listed Buildings and building works in conservation conscious areas, to ensure suitable slate match. Samples can be provided to the relevant organisation/body for approval.
If your budget does not allow for the use of Welsh slates then a range of imported slates are available on request.
The size and quality of roofing slate required for your specific needs is determined by:
We can calculate the quantity of slates required on receipt of Architects plans, also advise you on a suitable size, colour and quality at competitive prices.
A list of NFRC Approved Roofing Contractors in your area can be provided, if required.
Snowdonia Slate and Stone
15 Cwmbowydd Road
Telephone: +44(0)1766 832525
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