A dry ridge system is a method of using screws or other mechanical fixings to attach ridge tiles to a roof. This eliminates the need to use mortar for bonding. Screws or other mechanical fixings attach clamps between the joints of each and every roof tile, which then clamp the tiles to the roof. Underneath the screws lie waterproof unions which catch and disperse rainfall that falls on them.
These are the areas at the edge of your roof (above the bargeboards), which traditionally have a cement infill to hold your tiles in place and prevent water.
Dry Verge installations provide the only permanent maintenance-free solution to the problem of tiled edges on roofs. Our roofline experts fit the latest uPVC Dry Verge systems, suitable for weather-proofing almost all types of tiled and slated roof edges. Our quality uPVC products provide additional fixings for ultimate protection, ensuring a permanent and completely secure edge to your roof.
The dry roof offers specifiers, designers and fixers the following benefits over mortar bedding:Click here to get in touch
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