Whether you’re working on new commercial developments, transforming your home with a beautiful solid roof for your conservatory or even constructing a new home, your choice of roofing tile is absolutely essential.
It’s a decision that might seem obvious on the face of it – after all, what’s wrong with a classic clay or slate tile? – but the reality of the situation is often very different. Your choice of tile effects everything from thermal efficiency to water resistance and even the structural integrity of your development.
Increasingly people are turning away from classic tile materials like slate and clay, looking instead towards alternatives like Metrotile.
But what is Metrotile, and what are its benefits? Join us as we answer any questions you might have.
What is Metrotile?
Metrotile is today the leading alternative to traditional roof tiles. But what makes them ‘alternative’?
Well, Metrotile roof tiles are, unlike traditional roofing materials, a composite product. At their core is high-quality steel sheets, cut and pressed to match the shape of traditional roofing materials. This ensures not only great strength but also lightweight.
The steel is then coated in a layer of Aluzinc alloy to prevent rusting, and which is then finished with a mineral-filled acrylic coating, following by real stone particles for a hardwearing, classic finish to the tiles, which can be modified to mimic the appearance of virtually any traditional roof covering.
What are the Benefits of Metrotile Roofing?
So Metrotile tiles are lightweight and hardwearing, but what benefits do they bring to your project? Here are just a few of the biggest benefits they can bring.
Of course, those are just the beginning on the advantages which have seen Metrotile become the leading alternative to traditional roof tiles. Looking to transform your conservatory? Get in touch with us today.
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