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CURVED (MISSION BARREL) ROOF TILE - 8 Pages

Curved rooF bile mission borrel ^^^^^^^^^m installation dtails Check with local/state building code officiai for local requirement. Ridge Ridge tiles must be installe! lap faclng away from the prevalling wlnds, In order to assure water tightness. Fleld tiles at top course should be secured directly elther into the deck or top batten with stainless ring screw nails or similar. Ali ridges and hips shall be covered with self adhesive Alu-Roll (La Escandella Aluminum roll for hip and ridges) or similar approved breathable waterproof underlayment. Underlayment should be secured over the ridge nailer with non-corrosive roofing nails. Apply ridge tiles with a minimum overlapping of 5 cm (2") throughout the ridgeline facing away from the prevailing wind-driven rain. Hip Hip tiles must be install驩e! in the same way as in the ridge. Field tiles must be mitter eut parallel to the hip line and secured. Ail ridges and hips shall be covered with self adhesive Alu-Roll (La Escandella Aluminum roll for hip and ridges) or similar approved breathable waterproof underlayment. Air should be able to f low through the ridge and hip area. Be sure not to close thse off with mortar or similar. Closing them off could resuit in cracks, peeling off,.. in freezing and thawing cycles. Valley Both Valley and eave line channel are particularly vulnrable to water migration and leakage. Valleys should have a clear and unobstructed pathway for quick water drainage. Install valley battens on each side of the valley crease. Alu-roll Valley (or similar approved adhered waterproof valley underlayment) shall be laid vertically up ail valleys in addition to other required underlayment that should be fixed by using glue, resin or similar. be extended along the eaves to overhang the fascia board by 5cm (2") or over the gutter. Tiles should be laid parallel to the valley line, at same relative angle and should overhang the valley battens by at least 10 cm (4"). Tiles at each side of the valley crease should be laid to provide a minimum 15 cm (6") width gap (tiles should held back minimum 7.5 cm (3") from the center of the valley each way). Valley tiles must be secured. Proper Valley flashing installation is required to ensure water tighlness in order toavoid cracks, peeling off,... Where valley intersects with ridge line, apply Alu-roll Valley (or similar approved underlayment) which should be covered by the ridge tile. Valley should

CURVED (MISSION BARREL) ROOF TILE
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    A renovated classic Curved rooF tile mission borrel Traditionally, this 2 pice tile, also referred as Mission barrel, has been the most frequently used...
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    colour range Available in four diffrent sizes and a vast number of finishes in white and red base clay, this is the most suitable tile for new constructions...
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    I I characteristics Dimensions Pices /m2 /square Weight pice Pi訨ces /pallet Average weight /sq. T4 red clay a: 396 mm b: 182 mm c: 130 mm a: 75.6"...
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    Curved rooF bile mission borrel slopes / pitches ^^^^^^m The minimum piteh standard recommendations should always be followed (see values in the referral...
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    accessones Q02 Round ridge / hip 3800 g / 8.38 Ibs La Escandella offers a complte line of Curved / Misssion Barrel 2.5 pcs/mi (0.75 pcs/m) Roof...
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    I La Escandella www.laescandella.com Ctra. Novelda, km. 2,5 ■ 03698 AGOST (Alicante) SPAIN Tel. +34 965 691 788 ■ Fax +34 965 691 692 ■...
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