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Barley Straw Granulated Tile

Barley Straw Granulated Roof Tiles » Barley Straw Granulated Tile

£8.29  Excludes VAT

These lightweight, eco-friendly roofing tiles are finished in a textured barley straw colour. You can use 3 tiles per square meter of your roof and they boast the following features: read more

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These lightweight, eco-friendly roofing tiles are finished in a textured barley straw colour. You can use 3 tiles per square meter of your roof and they boast the following features:

Lightweight tile dimensions

Overall Size : 1180mm x 360mm
Cover Size: 1090mm x 310mm
Coverage: 3 Tiles per m²
Profile Thickness: 2mm
Weight: 2.0 kg per tile/ 6 kg per m²

Lightweight tile features & benefits

  • Ultra lightweight - 6 kg per m²
  • Fast and easy to install
  • Able to be installed from an inclination of 10 degrees
  • Easy to saw and cut
  • Mountable from 8°c – 50°c
  • Fully weather resistant to -20°c
  • UV resistant and colour fast
  • Excellent sound absorption
  • Non corrosive
  • Good thermal insulation
  • Durable

LIGHTWEIGHT TILE COST PER METER 

The cost of our granulated tiles is £29.86 Inc Vat per m².

Lightweight tile composition

The base of our tiles is made from a mix of a recycled and virgin polypropylene, which is then treated, painted, and coated with a Natural Stone Granulate. Our tiles are handmade to the highest standard, and we pride ourselves on our attention to detail.

 

I had to increase the pitch as it was insufficient for water to run off of the tiles, I built a rise of additional 15 degrees onto the small pitch already on the triple walled roof. This was taking the front edge to rise to 200mm at the back, then flasbanded and bonded to the roof tile. The customer found that the conservatory wasn't useful to them before and this has made it into a additional room, with a bed settee as a guest room. The customer was absolutely thrilled with the transformation, and I was pleased with a trouble free installation.

- Mr Sharp , Morecambe

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