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The classic contoured design The elegant double Roman tile is a truly classic design, now available with all of the benefits that only Metrotile Lightweight Steel Roofing systems can offer. The beautiful contoured design of each Metrotile Roman tile will compliment any roofing project perfectly, offering an aesthetic that manages to be simultaneously classical and contemporary in style, while offering all of the quality and protection our many of worldwide customers have come to expect. Metrotile Roman delivers the perfect balance of traditional aesthetics and contemporary performance, while requiring virtually zero maintenance and offering unsurpassed protection from vandalism and the elements. Pressed from high quality Drawing Grade 3 Aluzinc® coated steel as all of our profiles, backed by a full selection of matching accessories and able to be fixed to a pitch as low as 10°, Metrotile Roman is a stand-out choice for any building project. For further information, or a free no-obligation quotation, fill in our Online Contact Form Alternatively, call us from 9am to 5pm Mon-Fri on 01249 658 514

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Terracotta Terracotta
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Green Green
Charcoal Charcoal
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Technical Information

  • Metrotile Roman Installation GuideDownload PDF
  • Metrotile Roman BBA CertificateDownload PDF
  • PitchMinimum: 10° / Maximum: 90°
  • DimensionsOverall Size: 1280mm x 370mm
  • Cover Size: 1210mm x 370mmGauge: .450mmLinear Cover Width: 1210mm
  • Coverage: 0.44m² / 2.21 per m²
  • Weight:Weight per m²: 6.3KgWeight per tile: 2.7Kg
  • Tile Fixing: 50 x 2.5mm Coated Nail. Hand nailing or power tool
  • Fixings per tile: 4Battens Required:5 linear metres per m² (plus wastage)
  • Batten Sizing:Rafter Centres / Batten Size(max) (Recommended)450mm / 25 x 50mm600mm / 25 x 50mm900mm / 50 x 50mm1200mm / 50 x 50mm1500mm / 50 x 65mmLaying (recommended)
  • All roof shapes: broken bond

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