To find a tile that has similar aesthetics to other stone roofs in the area
Moray in Harvest Stone colour
Copeland Park, Tuffley, Gloucester
The Copeland Park scheme has now seen 1,000 one, two and three-bedroom houses built. Developers Bovis Homes needed a tile that would be sympathetic to the natural surrounds.
The Moray tiles when laid broken bonded gives the appearance of natural stone tiles while also providing the benefits of a concrete tile including consistency and longevity, minimising the life time costs of the roof once installed. Developers Bovis Homes chose the Natural Range tiles for their strength, sustainability and appearance closely reflects the local indigenous stone roofs used in the area
The Copeland Park project was the first development to feature Russell Roof Tile’s Moray Tiles in the new Harvest Stone colour