Protracted delays within the construction market are being created with the increasing demand and limited availability of many popular concrete roof tiles.
Therefore, a major issue has been created, especially for house builders who are unable to afford to miss planned site completion dates.
For over 25 years, Imerys Roof Tiles have supplied quality natural clay roof tiles throughout the UK and are in a strong position to provide alternative ex-stock solutions from the 12 production sites.
Economical large format interlocking clay tiles are included in Imerys portfolio, with variable 9.5-10m2 gauges, available ex-stock in a variety of colours and textures.
The HP10 and Double HP20 tiles have a tapered thin leading edge which can be installed at roof pitches as low as 17.5°. The double HP20 meanwhile, with its dummy bond visually combines a small format appearance with large format economics.
The double Panne S provides house builders with the opportunity of using the UK’s most economical clay pan tile with the traditional appearance of yesteryear, completing the large format range.
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