Clay fittings

  • Marley Clay plain eaves top tile

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    Function and compatibility

    • Traditional eaves and top course fitting
    • Suitable for roof pitches between 35 and 60 degrees
    • Available in a range of colours

     

     

    £0.40 plus vat Manufacturer:
  • Marley Clay plain tile and a half

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    Function and compatibility

    • Traditional plain tile fitting
    • Required to achieve a broken bond laying pattern
    • Suitable for roof pitches between 35 and 60 degrees
    • Available in a range of colours

     

    £0.80 plus vat Manufacturer:
  • Spicer Tiles Clay Peg Eaves Tile – Medium Antique

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    A very attractive tile for use on barn conversions or to mix in with second hand Spicer peg tiles. With its unique pitted surface, the Medium Antique is ideal where the benefits of a new clay tile is required, but weathers quickly to give a mellow aged look. They should be laid in accordance with BS:5534 and drawn from a minimum of 3 pallets to ensure the best effect.

    The lowest row of tiles at the fascia board is made up of Eave Tiles to provide the double lap for the first row of full ones, the lower edges of these Eave Tiles and the first row of full tiles should be the same.

    The top row of tiles at the ridge is also made up of Eave Tiles to give the next row down a double lap. The top edge of the second row down must be at a level where it will be covered by the ridge tile.

    £0.85 plus vat Manufacturer:
  • Spicer Tile Peg Eaves Tile – Dark Antique

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    Another good choice when mixing with second hand Spicer peg tiles & fittings. The pitted surface speeds up the weathering process and along with its dark autumnal tone, the Dark Antique is a great choice for restoration works. They should be laid in accordance with BS:5534 and drawn from a minimum of 3 pallets to ensure the best effect.

    The lowest row of tiles at the fascia board is made up of Eave Tiles to provide the double lap for the first row of full ones, the lower edges of these Eave Tiles and the first row of full tiles should be the same.

    The top row of tiles at the ridge is also made up of Eave Tiles to give the next row down a double lap. The top edge of the second row down must be at a level where it will be covered by the ridge tile.

    £0.85 plus vat Manufacturer:
  • Spicer Tiles Roof Peg Tile & Half – Medium Antique

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    A very attractive tile for use on barn conversions or to mix in with second hand Spicer peg tiles. With its unique pitted surface, the Medium Antique is ideal where the benefits of a new clay tile is required, but weathers quickly to give a mellow aged look. They should be laid in accordance with BS:5534 and drawn from a minimum of 3 pallets to ensure the best effect.

    The tiles fitted to the verge (end of a gable) should alternately be 1½  wide (i.e. Plain Tile & Half), this ensures that the pattern is maintained without having to cut down and use half width tiles at the verges.

    £1.70 plus vat
  • Spicer Tile Roof Peg Tile & Half – Dark Antique

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    Another good choice when mixing with second hand Spicer peg tiles & fittings. The pitted surface speeds up the weathering process and along with its dark autumnal tone, the Dark Antique is a great choice for restoration works. They should be laid in accordance with BS:5534 and drawn from a minimum of 3 pallets to ensure the best effect.

    The tiles fitted to the verge (end of a gable) should alternately be 1½  wide (i.e. Plain Tile & Half), this ensures that the pattern is maintained without having to cut down and use half width tiles at the verges.

    £1.70 plus vat Manufacturer:
  • Spicer Tiles Half Round Ridge – Medium Antique

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    Half round ridge tiles in Medium Antique from the Spicer range offer an attractive profile that’s mortar-bedded onto the ridge. Butt joints are to be solid bedded with the end ridge filled with tile slips. A very attractive tile for use on barn conversions or to mix in with second hand Spicer peg tiles. With its unique pitted surface, the Medium Antique is ideal where the benefits of a new clay tile is required, but weathers quickly to give a mellow aged look.

    £4.00 plus vat
  • Spicer Tiles Handmade Clay Hip Tile – Dark Antique

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    Bonnet hip tiles in Dark Antique from the Spicer range must be fixed with 65mm x 2.65mm alloy nails and bedded at the face whilst third round hips need 6mm galvanised hip iron screws to the foot of each rafter. A very attractive tile for use on barn conversions or to mix in with second hand Spicer peg tiles. With its unique pitted surface, the Medium Antique is ideal where the benefits of a new clay tile is required, but weathers quickly to give a mellow aged look.

    £4.00 plus vat Manufacturer:
  • Spicer Tiles Hog Back Ridge – Medium Antique

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    Hog back ridge tiles in Medium Antique from the Spicer range offer an attractive profile that’s mortar-bedded onto the ridge. Butt joints are to be solid bedded with the end ridge filled with tile slips. A very attractive tile for use on barn conversions or to mix in with second hand Spicer peg tiles. With its unique pitted surface, the Medium Antique is ideal where the benefits of a new clay tile is required, but weathers quickly to give a mellow aged look. They should be laid in accordance with BS:5534.

    Length of Ridge: 305mm

    £4.00 plus vat Manufacturer:
  • Spicer Tiles Valley Tile – Dark Antique

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    Valley tiles in Dark Antique from the Spicer range are to be formed with plain tile valleys, where the roof pitch is of equal degrees between 35° and 55°. Another good choice when mixing with second hand Spicer peg tiles & fittings. The pitted surface speeds up the weathering process and along with its dark autumnal tone, the Dark Antique is a great choice for restoration works.

    £4.00 plus vat Manufacturer:
  • Spicer Tiles Third Round Ridge – Medium Antique

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    Third round hips in Medium Antique should be edge bedded on the tiles with a solid bed at butt joint. A very attractive tile for use on barn conversions or to mix in with second hand Spicer peg tiles. With its unique pitted surface, the Medium Antique is ideal where the benefits of a new clay tile is required, but weathers quickly to give a mellow aged look.

    £4.00 plus vat Manufacturer:
  • Spicer Tiles Handmade Clay Hip Tile – Medium Antique

    0 out of 5

    Bonnet hip tiles in Medium Antique from the Spicer range must be fixed with 65mm x 2.65mm alloy nails and bedded at the face whilst third round hips need 6mm galvanised hip iron screws to the foot of each rafter. A very attractive tile for use on barn conversions or to mix in with second hand Spicer peg tiles. With its unique pitted surface, the Medium Antique is ideal where the benefits of a new clay tile is required, but weathers quickly to give a mellow aged look.

    £4.00 plus vat Manufacturer: