SSQ Domiz slate is carved from the Cabrera mountains in north-west Spain, and hand split specially for SSQ.
If you are looking for a slightly greyer finish to your roof, Domiz is the perfect choice. Its rich blue-grey overtones, coupled with a deep, bold texture, give you a stunning finish every time.
See Domiz’s unique characteristics in detail – download the full brochure now
Popular in Europe, Perfect in Wales
As well as being chosen in its own right throughout the UK and Europe, Domiz is also conveniently similar in appearance to the now defunct Ffestiniogg quarry in Wales, so it is increasingly being chosen by specifiers as a robust alternative to this Welsh slate quarry.
If you are interested in an alternative to blue-grey Welsh slate, request a free sample here.
Domiz achieves excellent results when tested to the BS EN 12326 achieving the all-important “W1-T1-S1” classification. It has also tested to the rigorous Belgium Standard STS 34.03.6.
SSQ Domiz also complies with the arduous Norm Francais (NF 228), which has the strictest slate testing criteria and procedures in the world
Domiz slate has been in use in the UK and Ireland since 1996 so it has a long track record of proven quality and lasting aesthetic beauty. You can see some of the case studies where Domiz has been used to stunning effect here.
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The Domiz Guarantee
You should never have to bear any risk when you’re choosing what to put on your roof. If you can’t rely on the roof over your head, what can you rely on?
That’s why we take on all the risk and guarantee your Domiz roof for up to 75 years. So you can sit back, relax and enjoy the stunning sight of your roof.
Choose SSQ Domiz if you are looking for a looking for a slightly greyer finish to your project. Its rich blue-grey overtones, coupled with its deep bold texture, provides a stunning finish to any building.
As well as being chosen in its own right throughout the UK and Europe, it is also conveniently similar in appearance to the now defunct Ffestiniogg Welsh quarry, increasingly being chosen by specifiers as a robust alternative to this material.
If you are interested in an alternative to blue-grey Welsh slate, click here for a free sample.