Scottish Slate In general, Scottish slate is coarser-grained and more irregular than other slates. This distinctive appearance has resulted in random sized slates of differing thicknesses laid in diminishing courses. This means that the largest slates are laid at the base of the roof with the smaller slates laid nearer the ridge. The slates were fixed in place using a single nail in the centre of the slate head which gives Scottish roofs their distinctive and cherished look. Liquorice Parfait

Scottish Slate

In general, Scottish slate is coarser-grained and more irregular than other slates. This distinctive appearance has resulted in random sized slates of differing thicknesses laid in diminishing courses.
This means that the largest slates are laid at the base of the roof with the smaller slates laid nearer the ridge. The slates were fixed in place using a single nail in the centre of the slate head which gives Scottish roofs their distinctive and cherished look.


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Sean Kelly

Sean Kelly

Head Chef 6th April 2020

Scottish Slate In general, Scottish slate is coarser-grained and more irregular than other slates. This distinctive appearance has resulted in random sized slates of differing thicknesses laid in diminishing courses. This means that the largest slates are laid at the base of the roof with the smaller slates laid nearer the ridge. The slates were fixed in place using a single nail in the centre of the slate head which gives Scottish roofs their distinctive and cherished look. Liquorice Parfait