As part of their initiative to ‘raise the standards of roofing’ in Ireland, Tegral have been at the forefront of the industry in terms of product innovations, technical solutions, sustainable building and education. Continuously improving their process, earlier this year Tegral announced news of an €18million investment into their factory based in Athy, Co. Kildare.
The new factory upgrade also brings positive news to the roofing and building industry as the Tegral slate range, including Thrutone Endurance and Rivendale, will now be better than ever with new technology and production processes improving the quality of the slates.
“Our slates have long been the strongest on the market with the highest quality paint and finish, giving a product that outperforms any other. The new production process is resulting in an even better slate, one that is truly superior than any other out there. With changing weather patterns in Ireland, harsher winters, more storms and higher temperatures in summer months, the improved product is geared up to take on these challenges. Ireland is sitting on the edge of Europe, a windbreaker from the Atlantic, so it vital our slates are made stronger and more resilient than the European standard dictates”. “ says Claire Kelly, Tegral’s Marketing Manager.
In line with all of the positive news, Tegral have launched a ‘Slate of the Nation’ campaign to support product and brand awareness, identify the product benefits and clearly differentiate them from the rest.
Building for generations past and generations to come, it is an exciting time for Tegral