Bristile Roofing supplies and installs roof tiles at Sanctuary Springs, a 63-lot development just four kilometres from the town centre of Port Macquarie, which is located on New South Wales’ mid-north coast.
Sanctuary Spring’s developer, Jim Newton of J Newton Constructions master-planned the entire estate to ensure all the infrastructure and roads were in place down to the turfing and landscaping, before he entered into an arrangement with McCarthy Builders to act as sole builders for the entire project.
According to Paul Hughes, the estate’s marketing manager, McCarthy Building is a small specialist builder, typically constructing about 30 homes per year. Sanctuary Springs offers a choice of six designs that can be modified to suit the specific lot and the customer’s requirements.
A colour consultant was engaged to coordinate roof tiles, fascia and gutters with wall colours. While there are no identical homes on the estate, the buildings follow a common design theme consisting of rendered brick walling, tiled roofs and extensive landscaping.
Bristile supplies and installs all roof tiles on the estate selected from the Designer series (rounded profile) and Classic series (flat profile) in a range of pastel colours. The bricks are supplied by Bristile’s sister company, Austral Bricks.
The close proximity of Sanctuary Springs to the Pacific Ocean does not damage the roofs as all Bristile concrete tiles are certified Exposure Grade and therefore suitable for even severe marine environments.
Paul Hughes appreciates the support provided by Bristile for over 20 years including great service, superior products, on-time delivery and good pricing.