Versus mid-class ceramic roofing tiles
The properties of composite roofing tiles differ from all other roofing tiles and roofing products on the market. They may appear just like all other ceramic roofing tiles, but that’s where the similarity ends:
Replace roofing without rebuilding the existing rafter framing. It’s possible to erect light roof structures in newly-built buildings/structures.
Composite roofing tiles do not corrode or degrade in contact with ammonia and other aggressive chemicals found in animal droppings or in farming chemicals.
Resistant to the growth of fungi, mould and moss, fully frost-proof.
Highly resistant to UV radiation.
The absence of vapour condensation on the inner side of the roof is due to the good insulation properties of composite roofing tiles, an alternative to anti-condensation coated roofing tiles.
Not susceptible to mechanical damage, weather resistant, wind load resistant; break resistant, they do not crack under the impact of hail or under a load of snow.
You may cut them with any angle grinder or make holes (including for ventilation) at any location without the risk of breaking or cracking. All accessories, such as lighting arresters, aerial masts, solar cells, are bolt-mounted.
Considering all of the above advantages, construction of a roof using composite roofing tiles is cheaper when compared to using mid-class ceramic roofing tiles. This is mainly due to very low prices of roofing accessories and other savings, such as transport, installation of materials and lifecycle maintenance of roofs.
Rich colour palette available – composite mass for roofing tiles can be dyed to any colour, ensuring a uniform colour of roofing tiles throughout the entire profile.
Environmentally friendly – no waste is produced at any stage during construction of roof using composite roofing tiles, which improves the environmental performance of roofs. Less wood is required for rafter framing to be covered with composite roofing tiles.