Roof Tiles

Roof tiles available in a wide range of colours and styles including concrete, clay and slate.  

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  • 90 Degree Angle Grey Smooth Left Hand 90 Degree Angle Grey Smooth Left Hand

    90 Degree Angle Grey Smooth Left Hand

    The Marley Angle Ext is a left hand external angle tile that is made from concrete and is suitable for vertical tiling.
  • Roof Tile Elite Ridge Grey Roof Tile Elite Ridge Grey

    Roof Tile Elite Ridge Grey

    Grey Elite Ridge Tiles from Lagan Cement is a thin tile that is used along a roofs ridge, and is compatible with profile and flat tiles or slates. Other colours are also available.
  • Roof Tile Elite Ridge Brown

    Roof Tile Elite Ridge Brown

    Lagans' Brown Elite Ridge Tile is a flat roofing tile that is placed along the ridges of your roofing. It can be used alongside roofing slates and tiles that are either flat or profiled.
  • Roof Tile Elite Ridge Antique Red

    Roof Tile Elite Ridge Antique Red

    The Antique Red Elite Ridge Tile can be used with profile as well as flat roof tiles and slates, and are suitable for pitches between 22.5 degrees and 90 degrees. Other colours of Ridge Tile are also available.
  • Roof Tile Half Round Ridge Grey Roof Tile Half Round Ridge Grey

    Roof Tile Half Round Ridge Grey

    The Grey Half Round Ridge Tile is usually placed on the top ridge of a roof, alongside profiled tiles. They are also a practical tile for enhancing the overall appearance of your home and its roofing. Several other colours are available in this Half...
  • Roof Tile Half Round Ridge Brown Roof Tile Half Round Ridge Brown

    Roof Tile Half Round Ridge Brown

    Lagan Cement's Brown Half Round Ridge Tile is designed to protect the ridge of the roofing from the elements, whilst helping it to look more attractive. The Half Round Ridge Tile is available in various colours.
  • Roof Tile Half Round Ridge Tile Red Roof Tile Half Round Ridge Tile Red

    Roof Tile Half Round Ridge Tile Red

    The Red Half round Ridge Tile is ordinarily used alongside profiled roof tiles and are fitted to the ridge of a roof, to protect the area from the weather, whilst enhancing the overall appearance of the building. Other colours of Half Round Ridge Tile...
  • Roof Tile Third Round Hip Grey Roof Tile Third Round Hip Grey

    Roof Tile Third Round Hip Grey

    The Lagan Cement Grey Third Round Hip Tile fits over the hip of a Hip Roof, to protect the area from the elements, as well as other entities that may try to enter your home via the roof, such as birds.
  • Roof Tile Third Round Hip Tile Red Roof Tile Third Round Hip Tile Red

    Roof Tile Third Round Hip Tile Red

    The Red Third Round Hip Tile is suitable for use on Hip Roofing, which is the most commonly used type of roof for bungalows, as well as cottages. The Third Round Hip Tile covers the join between roofing tiles or slates, preventing the ingress of water,...
  • Roof Tile Universal Angle Ridge Grey Roof Tile Universal Angle Ridge Grey

    Roof Tile Universal Angle Ridge Grey

    Lagan Cement's Grey Universal Angle Ridge Tile is suitable for use on roof ridges, protecting the area that is not covered by tiles or slates from water, birds, wind etc. It is not suitable for use of steep roof pitches. Various other colours are...
  • Roof Tile Universal Angle Ridge Brown Roof Tile Universal Angle Ridge Brown

    Roof Tile Universal Angle Ridge Brown

    Brown Universal Angle Ridge Tiles from Lagan Cement are designed to protect the area of roof that you get where two tiles meet on a ridge from dirt, as well as wind, rain and animals. Please note that the Angle Ridge is not suitable for steep roof...
  • Roof Tile Universal Angle Ridge Red Roof Tile Universal Angle Ridge Red

    Roof Tile Universal Angle Ridge Red

    The Red Universal Angle Ridge Tile is used on roof ridges to protect the area between roofing tiles or slates from various elements, including wind and rain. They are not suitable for use on roof pitches that are steep. Available in various colours to...
  • Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Double Roman Smooth Brown 420 x 330mm Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Double Roman Smooth Brown 420 x 330mm

    Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Double Roman Smooth Brown 420 x 330mm

    The Smooth Brown Marley Double Roman Roof Tiles offers a traditional style of roofing with a modern twist to it. The roll profile is ideal for the modern technology for interlocking tiles together. The tiles are functional and offer great coverage.
  • Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Double Roman Smooth Grey 420 x 330mm Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Double Roman Smooth Grey 420 x 330mm

    Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Double Roman Smooth Grey 420 x 330mm

    The Marley Double Roman Smooth Grey Roof Tile is a modern take of the roll-style roofing that has long been a popular choice in Europe. The roll profile allows the tiles to interlock together. The concrete tile has little impact on the environment under...
  • Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Ludlow Major Smooth Brown 420 x 330mm

    Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Ludlow Major Smooth Brown 420 x 330mm

    Available in a warm brown colour, the Marley Ludlow Major is a smooth roof tile that is designed to easily interlock with other tiles both vertically and horizontally. The tiles offer great roof coverage with strong lines that create definition.
  • Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Ludlow Major Smooth Grey 420 x 330mm

    Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Ludlow Major Smooth Grey 420 x 330mm

    Made from concrete, Marley Ludlow Smooth Grey Roof Tiles are general purpose tiles that utilise single-lap interlocking to allow them to be easily connected to one another. The tile is designed to offer a simple appearance with strong lines creating...
  • Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Old English Dark Red Modern 420 x 330mm

    Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Old English Dark Red Modern 420 x 330mm

    The Old English Dark Red Roof Tile offers a vibrant red tile that is designed to single-lap interlock with other tiles creating a smooth and flat roofing system that resembles the appearance of slates. The tiles have an A+ rating meaning that they have...
  • Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Modern Smooth Brown 420 x 330mm

    Roof Tile Concrete Interlocking Modern Smooth Brown 420 x 330mm

    Smooth Brown Roof Tiles offer a modern design allowing them to easily interlock into each other creating a line of tiles that run smoothly. Made from concrete, the tiles have an A+ rating, which is the lowest environmental impact rating.
  • Roof Tile Concrete Ridge Tile Segmental Greystone 457 x 248mm

    Roof Tile Concrete Ridge Tile Segmental Greystone 457 x 248mm

    The Marley Segmental Greystone Ridge Tile is a traditional fitting made from concrete and designed for mortar fixing. Compatible for use with dry ridges and hip systems from Marley Eternit, the tile can be used with roofing pitches that are between 15...
  • Roof Tile Double Roll Grey 420mm x 330mm

    Roof Tile Double Roll Grey 420mm x 330mm

    The Grey Double Rolls Roof Tile is a concrete tile that is designed to easily interlock in this timeless profile that is incredibly popular.
  • Roof Tile Double Roll Roof Red 420mm x 330mm

    Roof Tile Double Roll Roof Red 420mm x 330mm

    The Red Double Roll Roof Tile from Lagan Cement is so-called due to the ridges in the tile that allow them to be pieced together easily around all four edges, creating a strong and solid roofing for your property.
  • Roof Tile Double Roll Antique Red 420mm x 330mm

    Roof Tile Double Roll Antique Red 420mm x 330mm

    The Antique Red Double Roll Roof Tile not only offers an attractive colour for your roofing, but also a tile that offers classic style and ease of use thanks to its interlocking design.
  • Roof Tile Double Roll Brown 420mm x 330mm

    Roof Tile Double Roll Brown 420mm x 330mm

    The Brown Double Roll Roof Tile is a popular choice for replacing existing old and worn tiles, as well as on new-build modern homes. The tiles are designed to interlock with each other top-to-bottom as well as side-by-side so that they fit securely.

Roof Tiles

What are roof tiles?

Tiles are the most popular form of roofing and have been used by many homeowners over the years. It is a vital part of a property, and with so many types of roofing tile available, it can be overwhelming to decide which one would be best for your property.

How do roof tiles work?

Roof tiles work by using their ability to cover the roofing and encourage water to run down them, with no areas for pooling. This makes them appealing to customers, as there’s then no risk of water damage or leakages.

What types of roof tiles are there? Originally, most roofing tiles were made from terracotta, however nowadays stone-based materials like clay, concrete and slate are more common. This is because stone is harder than terracotta - making it more durable. As well as terracotta, there are a wide range of different roof tile materials within the marketplace.

Such as:

  • Concrete - one of the most used tiles for roofing and is a man-made material so it creates a strong alternative to natural tiles. They are widely popular because they are well-known for being durable and long-lasting. Concrete tiles also contain water locks which prevent water infiltration and are resistant to hard types of weather like hail and wind. They also last for a very long time, with a life expectancy of around fifty years.
  • Clay - Clay is a popular choice because it not only looks good due to its unique look, but clay tiles offer a high-performance. The orange colour of clay is vibrant and ages well, so it doesn’t fade. Like concrete, they are also good in bad weather.
  • Slate - Unlike clay and concrete, slate is on the higher end of cost, but they are a valuable investment and as a result last a lot longer and require very little maintenance during their life span. They also provide excellent fire protection, as well as being both storm and wind resistant. They also absorb a miniscule amount of water. Slate also tends to vary widely in colour pigmentation, but most slate tiles are often grey, as well as green or purple.

For further expert advice and guidance on which material of tile would be the best for your property, please contact your friendly local Howarth branch.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many roof tiles per m2?
The number of roof tiles needed per square metre varies and can range from less than 10 to more than 60.
How much are roof tiles?
The average cost for a roof tile (per unit) is £2 per m2.
Can you paint roof tiles?
Yes, you can.
How long do tile roofs last?
Typically, roof tiles are expected to last for around 60 years.
How many roof tiles do I need?
To know how many roof tiles you need, take the roof width and multiply by the slope height. This calculation will give you half the roof area, so then simply multiply by 2 to give you the area of both sides. You now have the area of your roof in square metres.
What are roof tiles made of?
Traditionally, roof tiles are made from clay. But slate and metal can also be used.