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Do you have weight issues with your roof can LightWeight Tiles help

Do you have a weight issue with your roof How can LightWeight Tiles help

Do you have weight issues with your roof can LightWeight Tiles help

Do you have a weight issue with your roofing tiles? 

If your roof bows from the strain of your existing roof tiles, why not convert it using our LightWeight Tiles. 

Our Tiles only weigh 6kg per meter square for our granulated finished tile and only around 4kgs for our smooth finished tiles. Our tiles are plastic made from recycled polymer, to the highest standard, and we pride ourselves on our attention to detail.

Using our tiles will give you the chance to use your room all year round. Keeping it cooler in Summer and warmer in Winter. 

There is no need to remove your existing roof as with our tiles being only 6kgs per meter square you can place them over the top of the existing roof without causing any further weight issues. This can be seen in our blog "How our tiles can be placed over the top of your existing roof". 

With the availability of five different granulated colour tiles and two smooth colour tiles we can keep the tile colour as close to the original roof tile colour as possible please see our products. 

Why not contact us today to see if we can help you with your roofing weight issue. 

 

Do you have weight issues with your roof can LightWeight Tiles help

 

More and more people are coming to LightWeight Tiles for their roofing system as it is suitable for the old timber framed conservatory roofs. The existing roof can be too heavy and then it starts to bow. LightWeight Tiles will stop this from happening. 

 

 

I had to increase the pitch as it was insufficient for water to run off of the tiles, I built a rise of additional 15 degrees onto the small pitch already on the triple walled roof. This was taking the front edge to rise to 200mm at the back, then flasbanded and bonded to the roof tile. The customer found that the conservatory wasn't useful to them before and this has made it into a additional room, with a bed settee as a guest room. The customer was absolutely thrilled with the transformation, and I was pleased with a trouble free installation.

- Mr Sharp , Morecambe

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