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Marley Eternit materials are craft units' crowning glory

Marley Eternit

Fibre cement roofing and cladding materials from Marley Eternit were specified by Smiths Gore architects for a Crown Estates' business/craft unit complex for a trio of reasons - their durability, low-maintenance and ability to blend into the landscape.
The Farmscape roofing and Weatherboard cladding have been used on the three units which occupy a half-hectare site that used to be a livestock auction, on the Crown Estates' Glenlivet Estate at Tomintoul, Morayshire, Scotland, which is managed by Smiths Gore.

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