It looks like a Marley Bold Roll tile....
Once it is on it will let light through. (I use it often)
You might find it cheaper elsewhere.
Use shiplap cladding instead, it's made for that purpose.
You could put wood over the existing roof if you wanted to. I've had to do this up in Stirling recently because they didn't want to strip the old...
Do you have a picture of how the walls actually look? or is it not built yet?
The Wessex tile is a good option and can go down to 15 degrees
I done a very low pitch...
I'm assuming you are in England if you are setting them out in a specific way.
I'm in Scotland and we just load the slates onto the planks we...
Send the photos to both the window manufacturer and Marley asking if they would guarantee the job, then send the response to the house builder.
If it is done properly there should be no tiles lifted due to the flashing
You don't get tile and a halve for Marley moderns. You need to cut your havles.
I wouldn't use that stuff. Try a liquid rubber, will be more cost effective for the time it lasts.
Thought that myself, sure it was something to do with the cement
You get old Celotex boards that look like this, they were used often in Scotland.
Have you tried contacting Marley?
They will not.
Have you used cloak verge? If it is marked out correctly you should't need a half tile.
You can replace it with a newer membrane.
You could cut the new felt so that you only replace the area that is damaged, just make sure to allow...
What's on your roof? Slates or tiles? You could install vents near the bottom of the roof and if you make sure that the ridge is vented you should...
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