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Heritage Slate Roofing

Slate Products Used By Combined Roofing

Penryhn Welsh slate has been used commonly as a roofing material in Australia since settlement and is a traditional material most often used on heritage roofing projects.

Glendyne is a grey Canadian slate which can be used for roofing and has only recently been available in Australia. The regularity of this slate and charcoal colour means it can be seen on many contemporary designs and is being incorporated into more modern roof designs.

Over the past ten years we have worked on many major slate roofing projects both in Sydney and interstate. Our Heritage team of tradesmen and supervisors ensure that every slate roofing project exceeds your expectations.

Slate Roofing

Over the past ten years we have worked on many major projects both in Sydney and interstate. Our Heritage team of tradesmen and supervisors ensure that every roofing project exceeds your expectations.

Slate Roofing
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With a permanently employed team of specialist heritage tradesmen and supervisors we can guarantee the right results on every project, every time. Our experience in liaising between architect, client and often builder, assist in even the most challenging projects.
Our reputation in the heritage roofing market has meant that we have been involved in heritage restoration projects throughout NSW and as far afield as Tasmania. Our Clients include government departments, church trusts, specialist heritage builders and architects and private property owners.
Many buildings of historical value in Australia have slate roofing. Traditionally this was Welsh slate and often this is required for restoration or replacement. There are now many alternatives available; however there is a wide variation in quality. We are happy to advise you of the suitability of product for any roofing project, whether it be heritage or contemporary.
References and lists of projects completed by Combined Roofing Australia are available upon request.