Gardenroof tiles are an innovative solution compared to traditional roofing techniques. They are made of recycled material and are available in modular and lightweight elements, they are also characterized by a low cost and a need for almost non-existent maintenance.
Gardenroof is the ideal solution for do-it-yourself and for the construction of small roofs, but can also be used for roofing homes and warehouses. Examples of applications are: houses, gazebos, canopies, wooden houses, pergolas, etc.
3,0 - 4,0
UNI EN 1849-2
Dimensional longitudinal stability (?L)
Dimensional transversal stability (?T)
UNI EN 1107-2
ASTM D 2240 - 05
Effort at break
3,2 ± 0,4
ASTM D 638 - IV
Elongation at break
54,5 ± 11
ASTM D 638 - IV
ASTM D 624 - 00
UNI EN 1928
Fixing of the Gardenroof tiles is done in the middle of the bottom of the wave, in correspondence of the transversal overlap by means of nails or screws of a length not less than 50 mm. In the middle of the sheet an additional fixing can be made on three other points of the wave. At the customer's request, decorative dowels (plugs) can be supplied to cover the head of the screw or nail.
Fixing of the tiles longitudinally takes place after their partial overlap by means of long nails or screws (70-90 mm). Fixing must also be carried out on the outside and in the corners.
Corner elements can be used for the joining of two sloping roofs to form a gutter
Fixing with a nail or screw already wraps the capsules (plugs) in contact with the roof surface: the material is resilient and provides a close connection with the fasteners.