Updated: May 23
The essential broken bond laying technique complements the sleek, single-lap style of Marley's modern concrete interlocking roof tile, giving it the look of slate.
The Modern concrete tile is a more cost-effective alternative to slate due to its high covering capacity.
If you want to save money on your heating and cooling bills and assist the environment, consider installing Marley roofing tiles, which have an A+ rating in the Green Guide to Specification published by the Building Research Establishment.
With a lifespan of up to 60 years, Marley roof tiles are a sound investment, and our roofing systems are backed by a 15-year guarantee for your peace of mind.
All single-lap tiles and slates must have two mechanical fixes (nail and clip) along the roof's perimeter, and all other tiles and slates must be mechanically secured at least once, either with a nail, a clip, or both.