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Marley’s Ashdowne developments

by Jennie Ward

The evolution of the Ashdowne tile “enables contractors to achieve a unique, hand-made look, with all the benefits and cost effectiveness of a machine-made clay tile” according to Marley.

Marley has launched an enhanced Ashdowne clay handcrafted range, following manufacturing innovations. 

Thanks to advancements in processing technology, Marley says the new Ashdowne tiles feature subtle, distressed edges and irregularities, replicating a hand-made tile aesthetic, and the evolution of this popular tile enables contractors to achieve a unique, hand-made look, with all the benefits and cost effectiveness of a machine-made clay tile.

In addition, the Ashdowne range is fully compatible with the Marley full roof system, complemented by a range of fittings and accessories, and covered by a 15-year guarantee.

Marley says the Ashdowne handcrafted tiles have variegations and distressed edges, giving each one a unique character.

Available in two colour options – Ashurst and Aylesham Mix – the tiles can create the warmth and character of a traditional hand-made roof.

For more information, or to request a sample, visit: www.marley.co.uk

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