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Grey Granulated Tile

Grey Granulated Roof Tiles » Grey Granulated Tile

£8.29  Excludes VAT

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

We aim to dispatch this product within 28 days (depending on availability).

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


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


  • 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


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


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 been looking for a few years for a new roof for my conservatory as it was too hot in summer and too cold in winter to use. I had had quotes over £11,000 for a new complete roof, removing the glass, which I thought was pointless. The glass acts as insulation and would be a huge waste of money because it would of been just thrown in the bin.

Being a Mechanical Engineer, I worked out that if I could find something lightweight and looked like the roof fitted to my house, it would be a great idea for the new roof. The weight loading for the conservatory was worked out to withstand the extra load of a few feet of snow, turned to ice, so I knew the extra weight of a lightweight roofing system would be fine.

I found Light Weight Tiles, http://www.lightweighttiles.co.uk/ by chance, on searching the net. When I saw that the tiles weighed in at 6 kg per square metre, I knew they were not a problem for my conservatory and with the choice of different finishes, I was able (having purchased the sample pack) to choose a tiles that matched my house roof.

I could of fitted the tiles myself but felt it was a better idea to use one of their recommended fitters.

After striking a great deal with the fitters, they came and did the job. It only took 6 hours to do my 28 square metre conservatory and it looked fantastic. I did have the inside done at the same time with simple white panelled pvc covering, which helped with deflect ting the light and finished the job off perfect.

I am so pleased with the finished roof and it has made our conservatory useable all year round.

I would highly recommend Light Weight Tiles to anyone wanting a simple, cheap and beautiful way to turn their conservatory into a useable room.

And the added bonus is, the tiles are made from recycled materials.

- P Fryer , Weston Super Mare

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