Suppliers of: Fibre Cement roofing slates Cembrit natural roofing Slates Cembrit bitumen roofing shingles fibre cement external cladding cedar roofing shingles fibre cement building boards corrugated sheeting fibre cement corrugated sheets
With a network of regional depots Cembrit Ltd are organised to provide and are renowned for our exceptional local service.
Cembrit Ltd supply fibre cement slates, natural slates from Canada, natural roofing slates, cedar shingles and bitumen shingles for pitched roofing systems. Our extensive range also includes corrugated roofing sheets, external and internal cladding and building boards.
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Our Main Product Ranges:
Our natural slates are sourced from Canada; Glendyne natural roofing slates have quality within.
A large range of Fibre Cement Roofing slates available in a variety of finishes. Our fibre cement roofing slate range provides flexible roofing solutions to any project.
Cembrit stock a wide range of Eastern White cedar shingles and bitumen shingles. All roofing shingles are available in a variety of sizes and colours.
Cembrit also supply a wide range of roofing accessories which include roof vents and roof ventilators, ridge tiles available in concrete, clay, GRC and fibre cement; and a wide range of roofing undercloaks and roofing underlays.
Cembrit offer a wide range of fibre cement cladding panels and boards. All external claddings can be manufacturered according to your exact specifications. External cladding panels and boards can be used for rainscreens as well as traditional applications and can be coated in a wide selection of RAL colours and protective coatings.
Cembrit offer a wide range of Special Performance Building Boards and Multi Purpose Building Boards. All our building boards are manufactured from fibre cement and provide sturdy construction panels for all types of build.
- Cembrit PB: Render Backer board suitable for EWI, Brick Slips, Stone Cladding and as a Tile Backer Board
Cembrit agricultural & industrial products include fibre cement Corrugated Sheets, Building Boards & Lining Boards. Our range provides excellent value for money.
For further information on all our products, please visit our web site or download our brochures from BPi.
Cembrit Introduces New Facade Board with 3D Effect
Cembrit Introduces New Facade Board with 3D Effect
Cembrit New Facade Board
Cembrit introduces a brand-new facade board with 3D effect inspired by nature’s unique features. With the new Patina Inline facade board, Cembrit meets the rising demand from architects and builders across the world for facades that add character and depth to any building’s expression with the ability to fit the surrounding environment.
Facades with depth and character are gaining ground in the construction industry. Today, architects and builders across Europe ask for building materials that fit the surrounding environment and leave a natural and vibrant expression with the ability to patinate as seasons change and time passes.
To meet the increasing demand, Cembrit, one of Europe’s leading distributors and manufacturers of fibre cement products, launched the Cembrit Patina design line and now adds a brand-new product to the facade board range with a design inspired by the natural lines of a landscape.
“Today, architects strive to design vibrant building facades inspired by nature’s constant change and with the ability to shift expression through time. Cembrit Patina Inline is a brand-new facade board that, like the other facade boards in the Cembrit Patina design line, has a natural and sleek design. The new Patina Inline facade board offers the opportunity to add even more depth and character to any construction, and the board’s milled lines create a unique 3D effect as daylight moves across the building”, says Stinne Damsbo Sander, Head of Product Management at Cembrit.
Combined with other facade boards in the Cembrit Patina design line, the new facade product offers even more design options in terms of angles, patterns and colours enhancing the lines of the building’s design.
Robust materials and maintenance-free
The Cembrit Patina Inline facade board is made of fibre cement and characterised by its high strength and durability and limited need for maintenance. Made of the same robust materials as the rest of the Cembrit Patina design line, the new facade board is classified in accordance with the European fire standard EN 13501-1, classification A2, s1-d0.
“Built of strong and durable materials, Cembrit Patina Inline can resist rough weather conditions and wear for decades. The new board is virtually maintenance-free which is recommended for most constructions today. Cembrit Patina Inline can also be used for low-energy buildings and do not require special tools when installed”, explains Stinne Damsbo Sander, Head of Product Management at Cembrit.
Cembrit Patina Inline is a part of the Cembrit Patina design line - a universe of natural Cembrit facade boards that all share the same authentic expression.
Besides Cembrit Patina Inline, the authentic design line also includes Cembrit Patina Rough and the original Cembrit Patina that is already a well-known board in some markets. Cembrit Patina Inline is available in three different, timeless colours. The board is through-coloured ensuring a homogeneous colour when cut to size.
Cembrit Moorland Slates Rise To The Challenge
MOORLAND SLATES RISE TO THE CHALLENGE
A recent David Wilson Homes’ development highlights how flexible and accommodating Cembrit fibre cement slates are, as the high-quality Moorland slates have overcome a challenging roofing system to provide a wind-tight and aesthetically pleasing finish.
Located just one mile outside of Abergavenny town centre in the picturesque countryside, Mountain View features 85 properties, ranging from one bedroom apartments to five bedroom houses. With David Wilson Homes having previously used Cembrit Moorland slates, the housebuilder decided to specify this product range once again, and turned to main contractor, Avonside Roofing to install the slates on what was a challenging roof. The roofing design, which featured pitches ranging from 35° to 57°, also consisted of dormer windows, vents, verges, hips, abutments, and valleys.
“Using a combination of single and double fibre cement slates, we were able to provide a high-quality finish that complements the complex roof design,” says Chris Hawkes, Commercial Manager at Avonside Roofing. “We cut the double slates down to a slate and a half at the verges, as well as for the valleys, hips, loft windows, dormers, and abutments. This process provides wind uplift resistance, which helps in creating a long-lasting roof covering. We also installed Cembrit low profile roof slope vents for adequate ventilation. The Cembrit slates were extremely easy to cut and fix, and we are extremely pleased with the end result.”
Moorland fibre cement slates are manufactured using Portland cement together with a non-asbestos formulation of blended synthetic and cellulose fibres. Each slate is pigmented during production and fully compressed. The edges are dressed and then the slates are finished with a high quality, semi-matt acrylic coloured coating to the top face and edges, and a clear binder to the back face.
Cembrit Moorland Slates are manufactured in accordance to BS EN ISO 9001: 2015 and BS EN 492: 2012 product specification for fibre cement slates and their fittings.
For further information visit www.cembrit.co.uk, email email@example.com or tel: 020 3372 2300.