Jarvis and Womack have a rich history in slating and in depth knowledge of all varieties of slate; Natural Slate, Artificial Slate, Reclaimed Slate and Random Slate. Slate is incredibly durable and can last several hundred years, so combined with our specialist slate operatives it makes a premium choice for a roof.
Bedded hip on a fibre cement roof
Fibre Cement Roof
Lead Valley on fibre cement roof
We use a variety of suppliers depending on the roofing specification, below are just some of the tiles that we use for different aesthetic and environmental requirements.
A fibre cement slate with a semi-matt finish, particularly suited to retail, office and other developments where complex roof geometry is required.
Rivendale slates offer the latest in outstanding aesthetics. The finely detailed textured surface and dressed edge closely resemble natural slate and will add the appeal of a natural slate look to any roof. This combined with the lightweight strength and durability of Rivendale slates make them a perfect choice for all projects.
A concrete interlocking slate designed to look like and blend with smaller format slates found in many regions, whilst retaining the precise look of Edgemere.
The Melbourn reconstituted slate has been developed to provide a lightweight product that closely resembles natural slate in composition and appearance, but is easier and simpler to install. The Melbourn interlocking slate roofing system has one of the fastest slate fixing methods, which makes for economical installation costs.
A fibre cement slate with a smooth finish and square cut edges offer the low profile slate look at a truly economical price.
These slates come in a wide variety of colours and finishes. The various finishes are known as fine grained, riven, flamed and fine rubbed. It is exeptionally durable, unaffected by normal extremes of temperature and is highly resistant to acids, alkalis and other chemicals.