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- Product Code: GSP-2105-1001
- Manufacturer Code: ENV3MDVAG
- Package Type: Parcel XL
- Shopping Category: Hardware > Building Materials > Roofing > Roofing Shingles & Tiles
Envirotile Synthetic Slate Dry Verge
(3m in Anthracite Grey, Brown and Terracotta)
Neat secure closure to roof verge!
Lightweight and durable plastic continuous dry verge for Envirolay tiles, and other synthetic and natural roof slates. Protects against wind uplift and unlike mortar verges, it won't crack as a result of weathering and movement.
Features & Benefits
- Natural or synthetic tiles - use with most natural and synthetic slates
- No weathering - does not crack due to movement or weathering like bedded mortar
- Neat finish - attractive continuous edge to the roof
- Windproofs - prevents wind from getting behind the tiles and lifting them off the roof
- Quick and easy fitting - loved by slaters, once they have used the product, for many of the above benefits
- Kind to environment - made from recyclable plastic and dolomite limestone
- BBA & BS Certified - complies with BS476 part 3 - an AA fire rating is achieved for insulation on boarded roofs
Part of the Envirotile system
Envirotile tiles interlock with adjacent and under tiles to form a more secure integrated roof covering, and uses a reduced lap that can require just 12 tiles per square metre; so reduces weight, material cost and work. Reduced weight means cheaper transportation, reduced CO² transport emissions and less structural roof requirement. Being easy to work with and approximately 50% the weight of other synthetic tiles, makes Envirotile the perfect choice for creating an authentic looking conservatory roof conversion.
Designed and manufactured in the UK, Envirotile synthetic slate is easier to work with than traditional slate and is a complete dry fix system that requires no cement. Part of a complete solution that includes ridge, verge and eaves products.
Did you know? The Envirotile is also available as a Half Tile and Double Tile. Half Tiles can be used to initiate a weatherproof broken bond, finishing the verge, and for detailing around abutments or flashings. Double Tile can be used as a discreet filler tile for long sections, and are recommended on the ends of each course; this is especially important on hipped faces to ensure that first and last tiles have adequate fixing points.
Envirotile is weather tested to 147mph winds and fully guaranteed to perform under sever wind load throughout the UK, and is part of a complete suite, which includes membrane and tape, ridge and hip solution, eaves and ventilation.
|Size (l x w x t)
|3m x 86mm x 98mm. Dry Verge Joint Clips are available for connecting over long verges.
|1.483Kg per length (approx. 500g/m)
|Anthracite Grey, Brown or Terracotta.
Fitting Envirotile 8Fix Synthetic Plastic Roofing Tile
Fit the first Envirotile roof tile onto the Eaves Bar at the gable end, and position the end of the continuous dry verge directly in line and flush with the bottom edge of the overhanging roof tile. Place the inner sleeve directly onto the exposed batten ends that have been cut flush with the gable roof edge. Fix with 30mm stainless steel screws downwards into the top of the battens making sure the dry verge unit is perfectly in line with the verge. Fix a Dry Verge Joint Clip with screw fixings, if required to join lengths of continuous dry verge, when rafters are longer than 3m. Mitre cut the continuous dry verge so that the ends abut at the apex.
Lay using the 3-step layout procedure. Extremely simple to fix, with slide locks for quick alignment and security. Can be cut equally well with hand saw or power saw, without releasing harmful dust during cutting. Half tiles, double tiles and unique eaves bar reduces material cost and work, with no need for an eaves course. The manufacturer has produced a detailed fitting guide to cover residential and commercial property, and we will be creating a dedicated Conservatory Roof Conversion Tiling Guide to support it.