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Shaped Terracotta Roof Tiles: Differentiating French and Swiss Terracotta Roof Tiles

April 7, 2020

If you are a homeowner and you are opting for a shaped terracotta roof tiles, then knowing the necessary information is highly essential. There are two types of shaped terracotta roof tiles namely French and Swiss. Indicated below are the differences between the two. Read more

The Thermal and Acoustic Performance of Boral Roof Tiles

March 27, 2020

It is highly important that Boral roof tiles must perform in accordance with good trade practice. One of the reasons for such, is the fact that Boral roof tiles are considered one of the most common roof tiling products in Australia. Read more

Performance Characteristics of Boral Roof Tiles

March 13, 2020

It is common to examine performance characteristics before purchasing and installing certain products into your home. This is to ensure that you are getting the product that is suited to your needs and preferences, while getting your money’s worth. Same applies to roof tiles. You need to know the performance characteristics before purchasing one. Luckily, below are performance characteristics of Boral Roof Tiles. Read more

The Importance of Flexible Pointing for Boral Roof Tiles

February 28, 2020

Pointing, as applied to roof tiles, is a thin layer of oxide coloured sand or cement. The ‘cement’ pointing was put together relying on the skill of the roofer and the thin layer had a good chance of sticking onto the bedding without cracking. Not long after, flexible pointing was introduced. Read more

Swiss Boral Terracotta Roof Tiles: Aesthetic Style that Suit Both Modern and Mediterranean Style Homes

February 14, 2020

Not known to many, Mediterranean-style homes originated in the 1920s. During this period—the Roaring Twenties—people were consumed with wealth and leisure, that enabled the rise of Spanish and Italian architecture. The exterior of Mediterranean homes typically features a red-tiled roof, as well as brick or stucco that’s often painted white. Stone details, carved doors, and raw iron and metalwork on windows, over balconies, and front doors are other common features. Read more

Properties of Terracotta Roof Tiles That Make them Suitable for Your Next Roofing Project

January 24, 2020

Terracota roof tiles which literally means 'baked earth' in Italian is a type of clay-based ceramic which is used to create roof tiles. They are a very commonly used roofing material in Australia and around the world, and they've been widely used on roofs for a very long time. Read more

New Year, New Roof Tiles: Choose Boral Roofing Tile Products

January 14, 2020

Oftentimes, the New Year calls for some sort of change. May it be a simple home renovation or a total replacement – you name it. This gives people the chance to embark on a brand new start, and what other time to do so than the beginning of a new calendar year. One particular aspect of the house that is recommended to turn over a new leaf is the roof tiles. Read more




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