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Al fresco living not only epitomizes the Australian dream – it is also the key to a healthier lifestyle and a simple way to reconnect with nature.  Whether for mental, physical or even spiritual health, homeowners increasingly want more from their outdoor, indoor living space – for example; a quiet place for thought and meditation.

Geostone™ honed decorative concrete is the key to a perfect outdoor entertaining area too. A wide range of colours and finishes makes connecting the inside to the outdoors easy, and will give a dramatic lift to outdoor entertaining areas including patios, verandas and pool surrounds.

Geostone™ honed decorative concrete offers more than just natural flair and style – it adds comfort and durability to outdoor entertaining areas from patio to poolside. The honing process ensures a smoother, more comfortable and lower maintenance finish designed to amplify the natural beauty of the stone. Application of a sealer once installed creates a durable non-slip surface, perfect for creating your personal poolside oasis.


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Sourced from the great outdoors and designed for great outsides, the uniqueness of Australian stone is fused with reinforced concrete to create Geostone™ exposed aggregate decorative concrete. The stone used is extracted from the earth and carefully selected for its colour, size and shape to maintain its natural variation. Then, it’s put through a process that ensures a tough, versatile and visually stunning product suitable for driveways, pathways and landscaping.

Best of all, exposed aggregates like Geostone™ add value. According to research by Holcim in December 2016, an exposed aggregate driveway can add up to 15% to the market value of a home, well ahead of traditional alternatives such as pavers and plain concrete.

So, imagine. You’re arriving home after a long day. You pause for a fleeting moment to take in your stunning, flowing, Geostone™ driveway. In an instant calmness descends as the natural textures and colours seem to whisper; ‘welcome home’.

A roof made from COLORBOND® steel makes perfect sense

Strong, secure and energy smart, COLORBOND® steel is tried and tested in Australian conditions to look great and deliver outstanding, long life performance. With 22 colours in the range, you can choose a roof colour that sets the theme for your whole home, or complements your other building material choices. In particular, you can ‘mix and match’ colours with your gutter, fascia and downpipes made from COLORBOND® steel. Furthermore, the range of thermally efficient light colours can help to keep your home cooler on hot, sunny days.

Adapting to the demands of the building market, COLORBOND® steel has changed a great deal since its introduction in Australia in 1966. Not only has the colour range evolved, so too has the technology involved in COLORBOND® steel’s production. The most recent innovation, ACTIVATE® technology was introduced in 2013 and BlueScope holds numerous patents on the technology, both in Australia and around the world. No wonder we’re now seeing COLORBOND® steel being used on roofs for anything from homes all around Australia, to large commercial buildings like the Adelaide Velodrome and the Margaret Court Arena.

Introducing our new wood-look flooring that combines functional performance with modern design to create spaces that really work for the people that use them. Take your pick between our two safety flooring ranges – 2mm Altro Wood Safety and 2.85 Altro Wood Safety Comfort.

Both give the functional performance you’d expect from an Altro safety floor and provide sustained slip resistance for the lifetime of the flooring (PTV ≥ 36). The thicker option provides comfort underfoot and 14dB sound reduction.

We’ve enhanced the number of choices on offer – keeping many of the old favourites and introducing some exciting new colours. In addition, we have included a bamboo-look fine line design and wide plank classic and rustic designs.

Whether you want to create warm and homely aesthetics or transform a space into a cool contemporary feature area, our new ranges can help you make your design vision a reality.

Quarry of origin: Del Carmen, Spain

Spain is the largest producer of natural roof slate in the world, producing between 80-90% of the worlds roofing slate.

This is an exclusive slate from the Del Carmen quarry in the Cabrera Mountains of North-West Spain, an area that contains uninterrupted seams of high-quality slate. Del Carmen slate is consistently handpicked by architects around the world for its unrivalled beauty and exceptionally high quality. The unique colour is totally natural and will not fade, even in the strongest sunlight. Del Carmen roofing slate has been tested in accordance with ASTM American Standard C406 and has achieved the highest grade S1. European Standard EN 12326-1 grade T1 and A1. Del Carmen also surpasses the rigorous Norm Francais (NF 228), which is the world’s highest standard for natural slate roofing, which is why Premier Slate are pleased to be able to supply this slate here in Australia.

Premier Slate are suppliers of a breathable membrane known as Permo air. It is the most breathable air open low resistance underlay on the market. Permo air is the ideal solution in areas where there is a high risk of condensation forming in the roofspace, especially useful for humid conditions.

Product features & benefits:

  • Air open & vapour permeable
  • Over 13% more breathable than any other ‘air open’ underlay on the market
  • Lowest vapour resistance of all breathable membranes
  • Being both air open & vapour permeable further minimises the risk of condensation forming
  • No ventilation required
  • Strong 3 layer material
  • Superior nail tear strength

Koramic are the largest producers of clay roof tiles in Europe.

Advanced manufacturing techniques ensure that all Koramic clay roof tiles offer maximum durability and optimum colour consistency. These clay tiles have received a lowest environmental impact rating in the UK and comply with the BS EN 1304 requirement and BS 5534.

Their distinctive clean contemporary look is desirable for both heritage buildings or the modern home.

Quarry of origin: Cwt-y-Bugail, Ffestiniog, Wales, UK

The Cwt-y-Bugail slates are extracted from the best Welsh slate vein from the Ffestiniog region in North Wales. Cwt Y Bugail is one of the largest producers of Natural Welsh slate. These Welsh slates are a beautiful dark blue-grey colour with an attractive slightly textured surface. Cwt-y-Bugail have invested time and money into making sure the complete production process from extraction to delivery is rigorously maintained. This precise production results in a slate that is recognized for its aesthetic qualities, low maintenance and durability.

Any roof surface, from a large continuous expanse to the smallest of areas, can be enhanced by the natural beauty and quality of Cwt Y Bugails.

Premier Slate offers a 100-year quarry warranty on Welsh slates, when bought from Premier slate and fixed to Australian standards.

Premier Slate are the main suppliers in Australia and New Zealand for Welsh Slate.

Quarry of origin: Penrhyn, Bethesda, Wales, UK

The Penrhyn Heather Blue slate, also known as Bangor Blue, is one of the most widely used slates. The Penrhyn quarry has been producing roofing slate since the 13th century, and is regarded as being the best in the world. Welsh slate is extracted from some of the world’s finest deposits, formed up to 590 million years ago. Of that extracted only less than 10% is used. They are renowned for the consistency of their colour and texture.

After 100 years of use, the quality of Welsh slate is such that typically 50% of it is re-used. There is no other roofing material which has demonstrated this exceptional durability.

In recent decades new sources of roofing slate have come into production from all over the world, but none have come even close to matching the appearance and performance of welsh slate. In deed Welsh slate have been exporting to the known world since shipping began. Penrhyn Welsh slate has been exported to Australia since the very early days of Australia’s settlement. In the early days of the colony, roofs were generally made of bark and sometimes timber shingles. However these were not good waterproofing materials. Slate was initially used as ballast on trading vessels being sent to Australia to collect timber. When the slate arrived into Australia it was then used as a roofing material on many civic buildings and churches. The first records of Welsh Penrhyn slate being used was in the Rocks, Sydney in 1820.

Premier Slate offers a 100-year quarry warranty on Welsh slates, when bought from Premier slate and fixed to Australian standards.

Premier Slate are the main suppliers in Australia and New Zealand of Welsh State

norament® tiles are the best choice wherever floors have to cope with the toughest conditions requiring utmost durability and wear resistance, for example in airport terminals or production halls. Due to their wide variety of surface structures – from the classic round pastille and hammerblow surfaces through to relief structure surfaces – rubber tiles are also popular with customers who want an especially exclusive appearance. Representative office buildings, museums, showrooms and sports arenas are just some of the places where norament floor coverings are frequently encountered.
norament® floorings are practically indestructible, displaying scarcely any signs of wear even after years of intensive use. Other benefits are acoustic control, ergonomic comfort, excellent hygienic properties as well as stain and slip resistance. norament® is manufactured in metre-square tiles, usually offered in a thickness of 3.5 or 4 millimetres. Nine-millimetre thick norament tiles are also available for buildings where extreme floor conditions prevail such as ice rinks, golf club premises or horse stables.

nora offers the following models of norament®:

  • norament 926
  • norament 825
  • norament 926 crossline
  • norament 926 satura
  • norament 926 grano
  • norament 926 arago

noraplan® covering collection is available in rolls or tiles and offers unlimited design options thanks to the varied patterns with smooth surface and harmonised colour range. Its functional properties make noraplan® floorings suitable for a wide range of needs. Furthermore, nora inlays allow the integration of corporate design elements such as logos and colours, or they can also be used to represent orientation systems with navigation routes and meeting points.

noraplan® floorings are practically indestructible, displaying scarcely any signs of wear even after years of intensive use. Other benefits are acoustic control, ergonomic comfort, excellent hygienic properties, stain and slip resistance as well as oil and grease resistance.

Standard sizes:

  • Sheets: 1.22 m x 15.00 m
  • Tiles: 0.61 m x 0.61 m

Tredsafe offer two types of entrance matting systems, modular and roll form. Suitable for heavy traffic flows, indoors and outdoors.

For more information visit the brochure section.

Tredsafe glow range provides the ultimate solution in reduced light conditions. Utilizing phosphorescent pigments the inserts are charged by natural or artificial light and activate instantly in the absence of light for a period of approximately 12 hours. Available for all profiles in various styles compliant with NCC requirements.

For more information visit the brochure section.

Tredsafe utilize the latest in LED technology to manufacture illuminated nosings to help navigate stairs in dark areas, or to install as a feature. Available in a variety of single colour options, or multicolour LED so you can change colours at the touch of a button. Illuminated profile inserts provide a slip-resistant surface, and can be chosen from a range of colours to comply with contrasting luminance requirements, giving you the ultimate in stairway safety. Compliant with NCC requirements.

For more information visit the brochure section.

Tredsafe has an extensive range of aluminium stairnosing profiles designed for ceramic stairs, including profiles that comply with the NCC requirements. Profile inserts provide a slip-resistant surface, and can be chosen from a range of colours to comply with contrasting luminance requirements, giving you the ultimate in stairway safety.

For more information visit the brochure section.

Hit the right note with Altro Cantata™. Maximum impact, minimum downtime.

Altro Cantata is a decorative, adhesive-free floor that uses the same installation method as the award-winning Altro XpressLay.

Altro Cantata is a compact 2.2mm floor which boasts a smooth finish. Available in 16 shades ranging from subtle natural tones to vivid colours, it has been designed to set the tone for a whole range of environments. This includes corridors in hospitals and residential care homes, plus corridors and general circulation areas in education buildings. The attractive, soft-look shades also make Altro Cantata an ideal choice for patient rooms within hospitals.

As well as creating stunning surroundings, Altro Cantata is installed without using an adhesive, making installation time, and the disruption that goes with it, minimal. In fact, using Altro Cantata can halve the time of a traditional installation! Not only this but there are no adhesive odours, plus it’s easy to clean, helping maintain both hygiene and looks.

As you may know, an Altro adhesive-free floor is easy to remove, is 100% recyclable and can be re-used in other installations. Waste is minimal as only one product is used and any leftover floor can be used elsewhere, returned to us, or a Recofloor collection point, for recycling.

Why choose an Altro adhesive-free floor?

  • It saves the environment
  • It saves you time and money
  • It saves you and your customers hassle
  • It has all the guarantees you expect from Altro

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