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If you need to upgrade your roofing Ridges and Verges.
Mortar-less ridge tiles & verges
Our Dry Fix System ventilates your roof
Neat, attractive appearance
No more cracked cement or fall out
Prevents entry of birds or large insects.
Helps to stop water ingress
Complies fully with relevant British Standard BS5534
Used in conjunction with your existing ridge verge tiles
Any House or Bungalow fitted and upgraded with Dry Fix products.
The ridge capping on your roof is one of the most important features of your home, and can require re-pointing regularly costing you 100s of pounds.
We are experts in fitting Dry Ridge systems and can guarantee your roof and home will be vastly improved with reduced maintenance costs as a result of getting us to fit a Dry Ridge System for your roof.
The ridge of a roof is especially vulnerable to damage by wind driven rain and will often suffer considerable mortar damage over time, resulting in ridge tiles becoming displaced.
We are experts in fitting Dry Verge Systems to your home and can guarantee your roof and home will be vastly improved with reduced maintenance costs as a result of getting us to fit a Dry Verge System for your roof.
The number of storms battering the UK is on the increase and there is a growing realisation of the unreliability of using mortar to secure areas of the roof such as the gable ends.
The Dry Verge Tile System has been designed to be a cost effective alternative that avoids all of the long term maintenance problems of mortar bedding while looking great and adding style to your home.
it prevents water entering the box fascia soffit and roof cavity and in turn causing water damage in your ceiling.
This maintenance free low cost solution is easily installed on almost any roof-line.
Traditionally, the ridge, and gable perimeters of your tiled or slated roof will have mortar beds onto which your verge tiles, (the very outer tiles / slates) are layer up to the ridge point. This is to stop any ingress of water or damp making it's way into your property and causing damage.
This has been the standard method for hundreds of years, but that's not to say it doesn't come with any problems.
The mortar often cracks with age due to expansion and contraction in differing weather, it requires maintenance as moss and discolouration take hold, it can be unsightly if persistently frozen and thawed which causes 'blowing' of the cement.
A dry system eliminates all of these issues, and is less expensive than you might think