Remove & Replace
Cut the cost of replacing your Stone or Slate roof
Greys `Remove and Replace Service' is the easiest and most cost effective way to replace your roof. Save money by trading in your old stone and Westmorland Green slate or Welsh Slate and replace them with Greys Reproduction Stone, Natural Stone, Diminishing Reproduction Westmorland Green Slate or Welsh Slate.
And because our slates are up to half the weight (75kgm2) of traditional stone (140kgm2) we can also reduce costs further by reducing the amount of timber in the roof structure. For more details on our slates please visit our Slate range below.
Advantages of Remove & Replace
- Erect Scaffold
- Strip existing stone or Westmorland Green slates
- Organise collection of existing stone slates from site
- Remove all existing felt and lath
- Level existing timbers
- Supply and fit eves guard
- Supply and re felt existing with Proctors Breathable felt
- Supply and re lath with 2x1 tantalised lath
- Lay Greys Artstone Reproduction Stone, Natural Stone or Rperoduction Slate
- Remove all waste from site
- FREE estimate and site survey
- FREE Slate Samples
- Manufactured to BSi Standards
If you would like more information on our Remove & Replace Service contact our Sales Team on: 01484 666400 we're always happy to help.
Greys Roofing Products
Reproduction Welsh Random Diminishing Slate
Our Green Credentials:
Greys Roofing Products are manufactured using CEM 2 Cement that contains 30% Fly Ash (Fly Ash is the correct term as appears in European and British Standards and has replaced “pfa”) Pulverised Fly Ash (pfa) is a waste product of pulverised fuel (typically coal) from fired power stations.
Our Products are Guaranteed
We’re confident our product is durable enough and manufactured to the highest of standards that we give a 25 year manufacturer guarantee.
Colour and Efflorescence COLOUR: Stone and Slate colours on this website are subject to the limitations of monitor quality and are for guidance only. EFFLORESCENCE: The phenomenon of efflorescence has been a problem to the construction industry for decades. The cause lies in the basis chemistry of all Portland cements. Efflorescence in Greys Artstone products is a temporary phenomena and will disappear over time.