LightWeight Tiles Foam Eaves Fillers

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£5.42  Excludes VAT

Our LightWeight Tiles Foam Eaves Fillers come in one strip and is profiled to the exact shape of the tile. The strip comprises of 2 separate pieces, one to fit perfectly on the top of the tile where the ridge is fixed, and the other to fix along the eaves guards, this will fill the gap and hide the batten.... read more

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Our LightWeight Tiles Foam Eaves Fillers  come in one strip and is profiled to the exact shape of the tile. The strip comprises of 2 separate pieces, one to fit perfectly on the top of the tile where the ridge is fixed, and the other to fix along the eaves guards, this will fill the gap and hide the batten. 

The foam eaves filler forms a very effective seal.

This strip is also fixed by self-adhesive method.

Dimensions of the strips are 118 cm long, and each strip is 20 cm high, and 23 cm wide.

The foam strip will compress if needed by 50%, giving versatility according to various pitches.

The top strip will fix under the lower lip of the ridge tile (and is fixed by self-adhesive tape) the ridge can then be screwed down. This forms a very easy gap filler.

The bottom part of the strip will sit on the underside of the tile closest to the gutter. Thus hiding the batten and forming a very water tight seal.

We have already had a few customers purchase our foam eaves fillers for their projects, these can be found in our blog.

We wanted a covered patio area and discovered the website. The tiles are light and were put up in just a few hours compared with a couple of days for concrete tiles. The infrastructure is a lot lighter and the whole project was completed far quicker than if we had used conventional tiles.

Result, very noticeable reduction in solar heating on sunny days, retains heat better when heated on cool days, and is much quieter, rain and road noise greatly reduced. Had a bit of a struggle with the Ubiflex, found it to be ‘floppier’ than traditional lead, more difficult to feed a long length into slot cut in mortar. Once in place, Ubiflex sealants worked well, and it was easy to mould the flashing to fit the tiles.

- Richard Pitman , Worcester

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