The conservation roofing project at McKee Irish Army Barracks Dublin attracted a huge amount of interest across Ireland. The architectural heritage building was designed by Lt Col. J.F. Marsh (The Roy…View Case Study
|Dimensions Standard Tile||265 x 165 mm|
|Tile Type||Traditional Single Camber|
|Clay Material||Etruria Marl|
|Colouring||Natural Burnt Clay no Pigment|
|Approx Weight Laid per sqm||71kg|
|Minimum Pitch||35 degrees|
|Tiles||Eaves||Tile and Half (Gable)|
|Size||265 x 165mm||215 x 165mm||265 x 248mm|
|Quantity Guide||60/sqm||6/lineal metre||5/lineal metre of verge|
A beautiful and popular natural red-brown tile. Giving a natural soft and rustic rustic charm.
The Blue Brindle clay tile is predominantly blue/grey in colour but with shades of light blue and heather throughout. This allows for a very traditional almost slate-like finish to the roof. It is a very adaptable colour and can be matched to almost any build.
Brown Brindle and Brown Heather give a rich luxurious finish to any roof. Popular for both new builds and re-roofs the many tones in the tiles give a high spec finish.
A very traditional mix or warm reds, blues and brown tones. These tones give a truly spectacular finish to any roof. The colours here are achieved naturally and cannot be replicated by artificial means.
Uniquely beautiful the Staffordshire Blue colour has warm grey, brown and heather tones. Achieved entirely by careful control of the kiln temperature, these Dreadnought tiles are an alternative colour to natural slate.
Slightly more muted than the 'Plum Red' the 'Red' option from Dreadnought still creates an unmistakably traditional clay finish to any roof. A traditional and characterful terracotta tile. Available in both smooth and sand-faced.
A smart choice for those looking to create an unmistakably clay tile roof. The plum red is a vibrant red and a truly stand out colour that is a great option for both new build and refurbishment projects.
The subtle and random colour variations within the naturally fired Dreadnougt tiles mean that they are perfect and can be mixed to create a roof with endless colour tone and variation. The Collingwood Blend (browns) and the Trafalgar Blend (Brown, Country Brown, Brown Antique) would be amongst the most popular. But any selection of colours can in theory be used.
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