RT 804 Højslev S-formet

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Red pantile

The S-shaped roof tile is particularly widely used in Norway and Sweden. The tile's short undulations make for a high tensile strength and can, therefore, resist the considerable pressure of snow masses.
The consumption per sq.m. is only 10.5 (- the price on the roof with S-shaped tiles is, therefore, less than that of concrete roof tiles and steel plate imitation tiles.

Højslev is a classic roof tile designed for Scandinavia's harsh climate. The roof tiles are produced at our tile works at Højslev. The tiles are based on a unique clay mixture with shale and fired in cassettes at 1,050°C - a higher temperature than many other roof tile on the market. The result is a beautiful and indestructible roof tile in characteristic colours and shapes.

Please note: Reference images are indicative and variations in color play may occur depending on the brick's firing and surface treatment. Product photos are studio shots of dry bricks. Finished masonry that is exposed to wind and weather will naturally change expression. We therefore always recommend seeing real reference buildings. Order free samples
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Texture / revit

Find the right texture in the masonry or the building by combining bricks, bonding patterns and joint colours fra our assortment. Choose one or several textures and download the collection med a variety of the wished texture wich can be used in programs like REVIT and AutoCad.

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Texture / revit.

Visual tool

Create your dream house with our online visual tool. You have the opportunity to choose between seven different houses with all type of bricks and roof tiles in our assortment. And when you are closer to finding the dream house, you can se, save and print all the combinations.

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Visual tool.
Wall bricks

Brick-built dwellings

The modern single-family home is brick-built. Buildings in brick are robust and are ideal for the Scandinavian climate because brick has properties unlike any other building materials. Brick-built dwellings have a healthy indoor climate, are energy-efficient and last for generations.

See why well-being is something you build
Brick-built 
dwellings
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