Stone Appearance

Russell Roof tiles as part of the development of the Natural Range have introduced its new selection of Stone Colours.

  • Autumn Stone
  • Country Stone
  • Harvest Stone

These concrete tiles give a stone appearance when laid and have been used already on developments when the planning requirement had been for a stone product originally.

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Galloway

The Russell Galloway Tile is a thin leading edge flat tile which gives the appearance of stone when laid broken bonded in one of the new stone colours. This tile is being used on new housing developments where planning required a stone type product and the galloway gave both a stone appearance and the commercial benefits of a concrete tile.

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Lothian

The Russell Lothian Tile is a thin leading edge flat tile with a dummy joint down the middle of the face of the tile. This when laid at quarter bond gives the appearance of small stone tiles when laid in one of the new stone colours, but also gives the commercial benefits of a concrete tile.

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Moray

The Russell Moray Tile is a thin leading edge flat tile with a riven finish on the face of the tile. This when laid broken bonded gives the appearance of natural stone tiles when using one of the new stone colours, but also gives the commercial benefits of a concrete tile.

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Polden

The Russell Polden Tile is a thin leading edge flat tile with a riven finish on the face of the tile it also has a dummy joint down the middle of the tile. This when laid broken bonded gives the appearance of smaller natural stone tiles when using one of the new stone colours, but also gives the commercial benefits of a concrete tile.

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Bute

The Russell Bute Tile is a thin leading edge flat tile  which has a dummy joint down the middle of the face of the tile. This when laid broken bonded and at a headlap of either 145mm or 165mm gives the appearance of smaller natural stone tiles when using one of the new stone colours, but also gives the commercial benefits of a concrete tile.

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