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Envirotile Dry Verge 3m is used up the diagonal side of a roof, Traditionally this was made up of cement as it was deemed to hold the tiles down stronger and provide a barrier against the weather and insects. A long lasting solution. But in recent years ventilation and speed and ease of installation has come to the forefront and the dry verge system has become very popular. – This piece is 3m in length and neatly finishes the edge of the tiles which slip in sideways to the top lip. The bottom lip of the trim is fixed sideways into either the ends of the roof batons or to a piece of timber which has been fixed up the verge of the roof, which itself is attached to the batons. Colour coded to the roof tiles.
Constructed from materials destined for the landfill these tiles have excellent green credentials which stay with them through their life as they are fully recyclable should you need to change them.
Precision made these tiles interlock and are fixed in multiple locations to create an extremely safe and windproof roof.
Weighing just 610g per tile they are upto 80% lighter than a traditional roof tile.
Each tile measures 365mm in length, 325mm in width and when interlocked sideways cover 300mm. They are 11mm in thickness.
Suitable for pitches from 90degrees all the way down to 12.5degress. Different pitches will have different overlaps on the head of the tile, These are marked out on the tiles to allow speedy installation.
85mm headlap – 11.9 tiles/m2
100mm headlap – 12.58 tiles/m2
115mm headlap – 13.33 tiles/m2
Fit them as you would a standard tile, using battens suitable spaced for the pitch, and fix with either 30mm stainless steel nails or screws.
Guaranteed for 25 years.
Suitable for for all types of projects, from new builds to garden projects, and with them being sold in packs of 10 you will only need to order exactly what you need.
A full range of finishing trims are available in matching colours to complete any job.