The Chinese slate used by Nulok is extracted from a large deposit at the foot of the Lushan Mountains, where the unique geographical location and atmospheric pressure in the area makes the slate finely grained. All slates are produced under strict quality control, including BS EN 12326 and ASTM C 406, they are compliant with all requirements and are A1-S1-T1 rated.
The life span of Chinese slate from this area is at least 75 years.
The pale grey roofing slates found here possess a good surface texture and excellent edge detail, they are 100% handcrafted.
The Chinese slate from Jiujiang can be found in many shades of grey, from pale to dark and no two pieces are the same. Which makes it a versatile natural roof cover for residential, commercial and heritage roofs where a natural appearance is required.
Chinese slate from Jiujiang has been used with the Nulok roof installation system in many properties including many sites listed as heritage.
Chinese slate is less expensive than that available from other sources making it a very cost effective alternative.
You can download an 8 page Nulok Product Brochure that contains all of the features of the Nulok Roof Installation System along with photographic examples of the installation technique as well as examples of finished roofs. The brochure is updated continuously to reflect new work completed.
Should you be experiencing difficulty finding an architect to assist you in the design or choice of roof, you can go to this page where there are a number of architects who have agreed to be listed. These architects are well versed in the Nulok roofing system should you choose to use our product for your home.
The Nulok Roofing System offers a straightforward, efficient method of installing Natural Slate, Nulok Solar Inserts and Ceramic Tiles. This incredibly robust system incorporates Zincalume Battens spaced at 307mm.
IMPORTANT: Please be sure and check your local building codes before installing a Nulok roof as each area may have different requirements.
Nulok Roofing System will not be held responsible if the mandatory requirements are not followed.