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Boral Roofing offers new concrete tile solution

The new design features high wind resistance and labor cost savings.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Boral Roofing has introduced a new design of its popular Boral Saxony 900 concrete tile in Florida.

The new tile design addresses climate conditions in the region with improved installation techniques for enhanced durability and resiliency. Boral Saxony 900 tiles may be fastened with less of ICP Group’s Polyset AH-160 Foam Adhesive than similar competing flat tile options, reducing installation costs and offering better protection from the elements.

The advanced design of the concrete tile features a lower profile and thicker mid-body. With the design enhancements, the tile may now be installed utilizing up to 25% less Polyset AH-160 Adhesive than competing tile options, resulting in a more efficient installation process to save in both labor and material costs.

在线精品国产在线视频“This new Florida tile roofing solution is a direct result of Boral Roofing’s unyielding drive to envision and produce the highest performing roofing systems for customers,” said Rick Hackett, product marketing manager for Boral Roofing. “The enhanced Boral Saxony 900 tile offers improvements for installation and weather resiliency in a region that is notorious for severe rain, sun and wind.”

在线精品国产在线视频During professional installation, contractors use Polyset AH-160 Adhesive paddies to fasten Boral Saxony 900 concrete tiles to an approved roofing underlayment, such as Boral TileSeal.  For medium sized paddies, ICP Group recommends 10 to 12 square inches of adhesive contact to the underside of the tile. Boral Saxony 900 tile’s unique design allows for the adhesive to disperse more evenly across the tile.

在线精品国产在线视频Boral offers Saxony 900 concrete tile in numerous color options, many of which are readily available and some made-to-order to complement any Floridian architectural theme and home color palette.

Boral Roofing is a subsidiary of Boral USA.

 

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