Redland Mini Stonewold stands up to high winds

The BMI Redland Mini Stonewold Slate in grey has been used on the roof of a new facility for elderly and vulnerable members of the community in the Orkney Islands, where winds regularly top 130mph. Hamnavoe House is a single-storey property, to reduce its profile against high winds; the combination of flat and pitched roofs was designed to minimise gable heights and match local vernacular styles as well as the ability to withstand extreme weather conditions.

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The Mini Stonewold range has interlocking edges to simplify installation and can be laid at pitches as low as 17.5° in both new build and refurbishment projects. The tile’s robust performance reflects the company’s extensive testing regime which includes a wind tunnel that uses different combinations of high wind and driving rain to determine the tile performance in terms of wind loading and weather tightness.

Seven colours are available: Black, Breckland brown, Charcoal grey, Farmhouse Red, Slate grey, Terracotta and Tudor brown. As with all of BMI Redland’s slate range, the Mini Stonewold is fully compatible with a range of dry-fix fittings.

 

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About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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