Lot 34, Wellington Rd, Lysterfield, 3156

(03) 9752 8877

Tudor

Defined, geometric lines make the Tudor roof tile the perfect choice for both traditional and modern home designs. Available in 4 colours and developed to accommodate a variety of roof pitches, the Tudor profile will not only deliver a roof line that looks great, but is guaranteed to perform.

    Impervious to frost and ice Monier roof tiles are ideal for those living in colder climates. They are impervious to the effects of frost and ice, and will never crack or warp, no matter how cold it gets.
    Provides thermal insulation Monier roof tiles keep you comfortable in your home all year round, while helping save money and the environment through energy savings.
    Salt Safe Monier roof tiles are ideal for coastal locations that endure the wind, spray and salt of the ocean. All Monier roof tiles are salt safe and will not corrode over time.
    Provides acoustic insulation Monier roof tiles assist in keeping unwanted noise out. Their advanced insulation properties mean that the only noise in your home will be the noise created by you and your family.
    Will not rust, warp or corrode Monier's concrete roof tiles will not rust, warp or corrode, a problem with other roofing materials.
    Coverage: Approx. 10.6 tiles/sqm.
    Dimensions: 329mmW x 420mmL
    Mass: 4.5kg
    Lap adjustment: Minimum head lap should be 75mm. This may increase according to set out, however head lap should not exceed 110mm.
    Bond: Straight Bond or Cross Bond
    Roof Pitch: 15 degrees to 20 degrees: sarking required. Greater than 20 degrees: sarking optional. Always check rafter to pitch ratio, exposure of site and Local Government requirements.

    Monier's superior Colour Application Technology is a water based system that layers colour on the surface of the tile. The result is a deeper, richer, more consistent and longer-lasting colour.


    Tudor Aniseed

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    Tudor Barramundi

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    Tudor Saffron

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    Tudor Sambuca

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