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All these tiles come in a range of colours

Choosing a roof tile with the right surface finish is crucial to the finished appearance of the roof and how it will look in the future. It is important for roofing contractors to understand why manufacturers use certain surface finish treatments on clay and concrete tiles, and how this affects the aesthetics and performance of the product in the short and long term.

Double Roman Tiles

Sandtoft double roman tiles

Sandtoft 20/20 

Sandtoft 20/20 Interlocking Roof Tile

Dual Calderdale 

Sandtoft Dual Calderdale Edge

Calderdale Edge

Sandtoft Calderdale Edge

Concrete Plain

Sandtoft Concrete Plain

Sandtoft TLE

Sandtoft TLE

Standard Pattern

Standard Pattern

Lindum Roof Tiles 

Lindum Roof Tiles

Double Pantile 

Sandtoft Concrete Double Pantile

Shire Pantile

Sandtoft Shire Pantile

Cassius Slate

Sandtoft Cassius Slate

Rivius Slate

Sandtoft Rivius Slate

Balmoral Slate

Standard Balmoral Slate

Olympus Pantile 

Olympus Double Pantile

Humber Clay Plain

Sandtoft Humber Clay Plain Tiles

Alban Plain Tile

Sandtoft Alban Plain Tile

Barrow Handcrafted

Sandtoft Barrow Handcrafted Plain Tile

Tempest 44 Tile

Sandtoft Tempest 44 Tile

301 Smooth Plain

Standard 301 Smooth Plain Tile

303 Sanded Plain 

303 Sanded Plain Tile

Flemish 401 Pantile

Sandtoft Flemish 401 Pantile

Neo Pantile

Sandtoft Alban Plain Tile

County Pantile

Sandtoft Barrow Handcrafted Plain Tile

Village Plain Tiles

Sandtoft Village Plain Tiles

Gaelic Single Roman

Standard Gaelic Single Roman

Modula Tile 

Modula Tile

Bridgewater Double 

Sandtoft Bridgewater Double Roman

Vauban Tile

Sandtoft Vauban Tile

Old Hollow 451

Sandtoft Old Hollow 451 Pantile

Koramic Actua Tile

Sandtoft Koramic Actua Tile

Concrete Tiles

The majority of concrete roof tiles manufactured around the world are surface treated. This protects the tile during the early, critical stages of the product’s life. All concrete tiles are coloured to give them the appropriate appearance and unlike clay tiles, this colour will eventually fade over time. However, manufacturers can take measures to ensure that their concrete tiles are colour-fast, such adding colour throughout body of the tile as well as its surface, then adding an acrylic coating. This treatment of concrete tiles has a host of benefits such as enhancing the intensity of the tile colours, prolonging the life of the pigment rich tile surface and protecting it from rain water erosion. By adding colour to these products, manufacturers can ensure that the colour is consistent between product batches of tiles and fittings.

Protective coatings for concrete roof tiles also minimise dust, dirt, lichen/ moss contamination, the risk of efflorescence and the effect of scuffing during handling and

Clay Tiles

The beauty of natural clay tiles lies in the way which they retain the natural colour of the clay material before maturing to a darker, richer shade. The degree to which this occurs and the rapidity with which any changes takes place depends upon two factors. The first is the nature of the tile itself, and the second is the environment in which it is laid. Machine made tiles are extremely dense and durable. Accumulations of extraneous material are slow to take hold and the appearance of the tile is slow to change. The colour of the tile will not fade under any circumstances and the slow change that does take place will be a steady darkening of colour. Due to the nature of the clay tile production process, slight colour variations are to be expected and actually in many cases enhance the look of the finished roof. We advise not to mix tiles from different batches on the roof and to achieve the best effect tiles should be taken from several pallets and mixed at random. Some clay tile colours are achieved by applying an “engobe” to the surface of the tile prior to firing in the kiln. An engobe is a ceramic slip coating consisting of 45-90% clay, 10-40% Frits (glass) and 1-15% manganese oxides. The glass content produces a strong, vitrified scratch-resistant surface, whilst the manganese oxides give the required colour. The clay content means that when the tile is fired, the engobe and the tile 'fuse' together and become one, meaning that the coloured coating is as durable as the tile.