Horizon Roofing have secured two sites for National construction company Galliford Try Partnership, the first is for 24 affordable house at Trevassick Lane, Hayle and the second is for 22 affordable houses at Breca Close, Breage. Both sites are ready for roofing in late October and offer a mix of Forticrete Mini-Slate, Redland Mini Stonewolds and Redland Richmond 10, both sites total up to a value of over £90k.
Contracts Manager for Horizon Stuart Osborn said “its nice to secure this work from Galliford Try at this time of the year, hopefully this will be the start of a good working relationship with Galliford Try and will lead on to further works with them in the future”. Steve Smiley who is the Senior QS for Galliford Try said “having worked with Horizon at previous companies i had no issues with awarding them these two sites as i know they will give us the expertise and Quality that we expect from all our sub-contractors”.
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The duo tile soaker is really quick and simple to install, making roof abutment details much easier. This product can be used with interlocking duo tiles such as Forticrete Gemini and Minislate types and can be finished with a traditional lead flashing or alternative flashing. A great alternative to a continuous abutment soaker.
Construction starts on 25 new affordable homes in Lanner
Work to build 25 new affordable homes for Coastline Housing has started on site this week at the Tresavean Estate in Lanner. The project had originally been scheduled to start in the autumn of 2011 however was subject to a judicial review.
The go ahead was given in late February following a favourable outcome for Coastline in the judicial review. The new homes will be built to the Code for Sustainable Homes Level 3 and will be available for affordable rent and shared ownership early in 2014.
Redland is introducing a new, darker grey colour to its popular Mini Stonewold product range.
The existing Slate Grey colour presents a pleasing mid-grey finish that comes from the through coloured construction of the product. However, in order to provide a solution for customers looking for a darker grey Redland is introducing Mini Stonewold in the new Charcoal Grey colour.
The dark grey colour is achieved through the application of a dark grey coating over the the top surface and edges of the slate grey tile body to give a satisfying rich hue.
Mini Stonewold is one of our most flexible and economical concrete slate products, featuring interlocking edges for simple construction. Mini Stonewold is a flat concrete slate that can be laid at pitches as low as 17.5o in both new build or re-roofing projects.
The new Mini Stonewold Charcoal Grey is offered with a matching Half Slate Pair together with an 8.8k ThruVent, complementary Universal Angle fittings for ridges and hips as well as a RedLine Vent Tile. All the dimensions, pitch parameters and headlaps are the same as existing Mini Stonewold colours.