- Product Description
- Suitable for roof pitches as low as 15 degrees (Smooth finish only)
- Enduringly popular design
Redland Grovebury Concrete Interlocking Roof Tiles
Redland Grovebury Roof Tiles have a double pantile shape which is quicker and easier to lay than a single pantile design. However, Grovebury concrete interlocking tiles still retain the traditional, gentle flowing lines of a classic pantile to blend easily and harmoniously into any environment.
With a low pitch, a wide variety of colours, and two different surface textures, the Redland Grovebury is an economical, ever popular choice for both new build and renovation projects.
- Tiles per Pallet: 216
- Supplied in bands of 36
- Laid Weight: 51 kg/m2 at 318mm gauge / 48 kg/m2 at 343 mm gauge
- Weight per 1000 Tiles: 4.7 tonnes approx
- Weight per Pallet: 1.07 tonnes approx
- Weight per Tile: 4.7 kg approx
Minimum Roof Pitch & Headlap
- Minimum Pitch & Headlap: Smooth: 17.5 degrees at 100mm headlap / 22.5 degrees at 75mm headlap
- Granular: 22.5 degrees at 100mm headlap / 30 degrees at 75mm headlap
- Max Pitch: 90 degrees subject to fixing spec
- Max Headlap: 125 mm
- Covering Capacity: 10.5 tiles/m2 at 318mm gauge / 9.7 tiles/m2 at 343 mm gauge
- Hanging Length: 394 mm approx
- Linear Cover of 1 Tile: 300 mm
- Battens Required: 3.15 linear m/m2 at 318 mm gauge / 2.92 m/m2 at 343mm gauge
- Batten Size: 38 mm x 25 mm: rafter centres up to 450 mm / 50 mm x 25mm: rafter centres up to 600 mm
- Nail Size: 70mm x 3.35mm
- Size: 418 mm x 332 mm
- Minimum Gauge: 293 mm
- Maximum Gauge: Smooth: 318mm below 17.5 degrees / 343mm at 17.5 degrees or above
- Granular: 318mm below 30 degrees / 343mm at 30 degrees or above
- Redland Grovebury Roof Tiles have been rigorously tested in a wind tunnel where combinations of high wind and driving rain are used to determine the tile performance with respect to wind loading and weathertightness.
- Redland Grovebury Roof Tiles meet all the requirements of BS 5534: 2014 Code of practice for slating & tiling (providing Redland fixing recommendations are complied with) & BS EN 490: 2011 Concrete roofing tiles and fittings for roof covering & wall clad
- Redland roof tiles must be laid and fixed to comply with BS 5534: the British Standard Code of practice for slating and tiling, and BS 8000: Part 6: the British Standard Code of practice for workmanship on building sites.
- Redland Grovebury Roof Tiles must be laid straight bonded, normally from right to left.
- Reform Eaves Filler Units must be used at all eaves situations.
- At left-hand verges, use Standard Tiles with interlocks removed.
- At right-hand verges, use Standard Tiles.
- Half Tiles must not be used at verges.
- Dentil slips must be used for mortar bedded ridges and hips.
- Half Tiles should be used to avoid the use of small pieces of tiles.