Marley Duo Edgemere Smooth Grey MA36628S
Marley Duo Edgemere Smooth Grey (Smooth) MA36628
If you are looking for an affordable roofing option that offers a slate-like appearance, look no further than Marley Duo Edgemere MA366. As interlocking concrete slates, this stylish and easy to lay roofing option is incredibly popular among developers and is typically seen in modern residential housing estates.
Marley Duo Edgemere tiles replicate the appearance of natural materials, such as slate, but they are far easier to install and more cost-effective to purchase. The tile also has outstanding durability and is incredibly versatile. Purchasers never feel as though they have compromised on the appearance or quality of their roof when they choose Marley concrete tiles over slate.
Marley Duo Edgemere tiles are identified and chosen for their ‘mock bond’, which is situated down the centre. The bond creates the illusion of two small format slates, rather than one big slate. With that the case, the Marley Duo Edgemere takes away the need to purchase smaller tiles, which could increase costs and timescales.
The specifications of the tile include an 18mm edge, which is 40% thinner than standard flat interlocking tiles. Once laid, they sit flush against the roof, giving properties a sleek and stylish appearance. Their versatility means they are the perfect option for properties with a minimum roof pitch of 17.5 degrees.
They are fully compatible with a range of accessories, so developers can design a roof that meets unique or demanding specifications. They are also available in a large format, so coverage can be achieved on a far quicker timescale, contributing to their cost-effectiveness.
With a lifespan of more than 60 years, Marley Duo Edgemere tiles are low maintenance and constructed to last, making them the perfect choice for new builds and roof renovation projects.
In addition to highly attractive specifications, the tiles have achieved an A+ rating, which means they have the lowest environmental impact according to the Building Research Establishment's Green Guide to Specification. Furthermore, they are accredited to BES 6001 standard for responsible sourcing and can be crushed and recycled into other building materials, offering impressive environmental credentials.