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Trapac Tile & Snow Guard protects against falling roof tiles

  • 9 Nov 2016

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Klober has developed a solution for exposed locations that are susceptible to roofing materials being dislodged in the form of its Trapac Tile & Snow Guard.

A Freedom of Information request to Aviva has revealed that there is a growing risk of heavy wind and sub-zero temperatures causing storm damage to homes and commercial buildings.

On steep pitched roofs, débris are more likely to fall after becoming detached during storms, creating a serious hazard for people below – with one Aviva claimant receiving as much as £13,500 for injury from a falling roof tile.

To protect against wind and snow-related damage, Klober’s Trapac Tile & Snow Guard has been designed to catch tile and mortar fragments, whilst allowing water to pass through its grid as snow melts.

The Tile & Snow Guard comes complete with support brackets suitable for flat or profiled concrete interlocking tiles that are lightweight and easy to install, with no additional support battens needed.

Klober
Unit 6F
East Midlands Distribution Centre
Short Lane
Castle Donington
Derbyshire
DE74 2HA
UK

01332 813050

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