Specialists in Reproduction Conservation Roofing
 

The Grange, Seacroft, Leeds

Date : April 2013

Roofing Merchant: Burton Roofing Merchants, Leeds

Contractor: PDR Construction

Client: Springfield Healthcare Group

Greys Artstone are delighted to have helped in the restoration of Seacroft Grange, a major land mark in Seacroft, Leeds. Once under threat this 17th Century building is now getting a new lease of life.

seacroft grangeThis is a great example of our commitment to product development for use with historic buildings, listed buildings and areas of conservation such as National Parks.
 
Seacroft is home to a number of historical buildings, which includes Seacroft Grange, also known as Tottie Hall.
This elegant building was built for the Tottie family in the 1600s and plays an important part in the history of the village and its heritage.
 
It then became the property of John Wilson and known as Seacroft Grange. The Wilson coat of arms was displayed in stone over the east door of the main building. The primary school was located here from 1941-1974 then the building was used as an Adult Education Centre.
The building was then left derelict until being taken over by Springfield Healthcare Group who have transformed Seacroft Grange into the care village it is now.
 
Leeds City Council gave permission to use Greys Artstone reproduction roofing slates for use to develop the project, as the slate range manufactured by the company Greys Artstone are hand crafted to give an authentic roofscape detailed moulding, a choice of colours.

Product Standards

Our Standards speak for themselves

Tested to BS EN 492:2004 our roofing products conform to the following standards ensuring maximum performance in the toughest conditions.

  • Fixings - 35mm plastic or alloy pegs to BS 5534:2003 codes of practice for slating and tiling
  • Durability - To BS 7543: 1992, 'The durability of building and building elements, products and components'
  • Colour - Coloured through with pigments to BS 1014
  • Fire - None combustible to BS 476 P.T.4
  • Freeze / Thaw - Products comply to BS EN 492:2012
  • Strength - Better than BS EN 492:2012
  • Permeability - To BS EN 492:2012

Our test reports are compiled by industry leader CERAM and a full report is available. Click Here to start download (pdf 5.6MB)

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- Decleration of Performance

All our products meet full CE standards, full documentation can be downloaded below.

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Our products are guaranteed

Our products are durable and manufactured to the highest of standards so we give a 25 year manufacturer guarantee*.

*Applies to slates manufactured to British Standard BS EN 492:2012. Company Terms and Conditions Apply.

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Greys Artstone Limited

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The family run business, Greys Artstone Ltd is continuing to expand its range of reproduction stone and slate products, which are hand crafted to give an authentic roofscape. Founded over 20 years ago, Greys Artstone develops and manufactures its products at its purpose built factory in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. The Company run by Adam Senior and Lee Johnson, prides itself on its personal approach which has allowed Greys Artstone to develop a range of products that significantly reduce costs for projects without compromising on a quality finish.

Greys Artstone Factory - Holmfirth

All of our products have been designed in consultation with professional roofers and architects to achieve an easy to lay slating format, which will result in a coursed and diminishing stone slate roof.

Our stone ranges tend to be used mainly in Pennine areas for high quality builds, but the slate sells nationally through builders’ merchants, individuals renovating barns and farm houses. Our new Westmorland Green and Welsh Heather ranges of slate are proving particular popular in the Cumbria region as these slates suit this landscape.

As with our stone products, each individual slate is hand crafted using a mould taken from natural slate. The fine edge detail and textured surface combines with realistic colouration to create an attractive alternative to natural slate. The tensile strength that results from glass reinforced cement construction allows the slates to be cut easily, without cracking or breaking and offers a 33 per cent saving in weight compared with the natural equivalent.

Our slate is not only natural in appearance but also long lasting. “Because many of our competitors use traditional concrete, their slates aren’t protected from the elements, which will expose the aggregate. All the slates in our range have been successfully tested for durability, colour, strength, fire and freeze thaw.

Contact Details

Greys Artstone Limited
Burdwell Works
New Mill Road
Holmfirth
West Yorkshire
HD9 7AZ
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Telephone: +44(0)1484 666400
Fax: +44(0)1484 662709

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