Indian Stone Roof Slates

Our Indian stone roof slates are cut from new sandstone and can be left natural or they can be weathered to blend in with surrounding buildings or match as closely as possible existing roof slates.

Replica stone ridge tiles are available to complete your project and which can also be aged to match the roof slates.

Expert Advice

We also offer a free expert design service and on-site technical assistance. We advise Architects, Builders and Roofing contractors from conception through to completion of any project large or small. Please fill out our contact form or call us during offices hours on 01484 663766 to discuss your requirements and to provide you with a quotation.

Both Trade and Public are welcome.
We are based in Holmfirth near to Huddersfield in West Yorkshire why not pay us a visit or give us a call. Nationwide delivery service available.

Indian Stone Roof Slates Specifications

Indian Stone Roof Slates Specifications

We supply 4 standard lengths of Indian stone roof slate (to the peg); 770mm, 710mm, 660mm and 460mm. We also supply 4 other lengths; 920mm, 870mm, 810mm and 610mm. Sizes quoted are to the peg. Each size is available in 3 different widths; 600mm, 450mm and 300mm.

Each stone roof slate comes pre-drilled and fully machine calibrated to 22mm ensuring that they lie flat on the roof. They can be used with or without a water table finish to the edges of the roof and when laid in diminishing courses they have the appearance of traditional Yorkshire Stone roof slates. 

We also supply Reclaimed Yorkshire Stone roof slates call or email us to enquire about up to date stock availablity.

Weathered and Natural Indain Stone Roof Slates

Indian Stone Roof Slates Natural
Natural Indian Stone Roof Slates

With subtle variations in colour, these roof tiles left in their natural state, offer a great looking finish to any new build.

Indian Stone Roof Slate Weathered
Weathered Indian Stone Roof Slate

When the need arises these roof tiles can easily be dyed to provide that weathered look and compliment existing buildings in the surrounding area.