Low-pitch roofing options

Discussion in 'Roofing and Guttering' started by EzioSuffolk, 29 Oct 2020.

  1. EzioSuffolk

    EzioSuffolk

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    For a patio-area single storey extension, my architect has suggested a choice of either:

    - Marley Mendip low-pitch interlocking concrete roof tiles
    OR
    - slates with the Permavent 'Easy-Slate' side strips.

    We also expect to use low-pitch 'Fakro' roof lights.



    Please can anyone advise of the pros and cons of these options, especially their relative costs (is one much easier/quicker to install than the other?)
    And, especially, will the Fakro roof lights fit much better within the Marley-Mendip type roofing, or Slate with Permavent strips?


    Thanks for your thoughts
     
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