No gimmicks, no cons …. just tiles direct off the kiln and two heavyweight volunteers.
Thanks to Petr and Clive for the demonstration.
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From 1 July 2013, the CE Marking of all products used in property building covered by harmonised BS EN Standards is legally required. – It is a manufacturer’s confirmation that a product meets all BS EN legislation and is fit for purpose.
Announcing – Ridge Pack â€“ Tudorâ€™s mechanical ridge fixing and ventilation system
Manufactured for Tudor Roof Tiles by award winning roofing accessories producer Wa-Bis,Â Ridge Pack combines the latest research & experience to give an individual solution superior to existing products.
Ridge Pack is a completely universal ridge fixing system, with each pack containing:
~ Â 6 metre roll of 300 mm wide precision grade corrugated aluminum that allows the roof to ventilate whilst avoiding water ingress.
~ Â 20 screws, washers and clamp plates for securing all types of ridges, including 300mm long ridges typical of handmade tiles.
~ Â 20 unions to ensure complete weatherproofing between each ridge, with each union being flexible to ensure a perfect fit no matter the ridge shape.
~ Â 10 batten support brackets.
Ask your local stockist merchant for more details, or call us direct on 01797 320 202 for further details.
A blog is a series of content (called “posts”) that are usually organized by date with the most recent post showing first. Many blogs also have the posts organized by category for convenient browsing.
They have comment forms at the end of every post that allow the readers to give the author feedback and interact with other readers.
Blogs (taken from the phrase “web logs”) were originally created for personal journaling. Now people use them in place of a website, or in some cases, they own both.
Tudor has for the past few years used it’s website to publish articles of news in an attempt to keep it’s followers aware of what was happening within the business.
TRTBlog is the next step in increasing the visibility of Tudor’s news, and allows its followers an ability to comment or indeed have their own news items published.
Going live on March 1st 2016, the site will evolve over the coming months as we all become more familiar with making the site informative and interesting.