Monier Roof Tiles

Monier Roof Tiles

Features and Benefits Impervious to frost and ice Provides acoustic insulation Provides thermal insulation Will not rust, warp or corrode Salt safe Impervious to frost and ice Monier roof tiles are ideal for those living in colder climates. They are impervious to the effects of frost and ice and will never warp, no matter how cold it gets. Provides acoustic insulation Monier roof tiles assist in keeping unwanted noise out. Their advanced insulation properties mean that the only noise in your home will be the noise created by you and your family. Provides thermal insulation Monier roof tiles keep you comfortable in your home all year round, while helping save money and the environment through energy savings. Will not rust, warp or corrode Monier’s concrete roof tiles will not rust, warp or corrode, a problem with other roofing materials. Salt safe Monier roof tiles are ideal for coastal locations that endure the wind, spray and salt of the ocean. All Monier roof tiles are salt safe and will not corrode over time.
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Monier Roof Tiles

Impervious to frost and ice Provides acoustic insulation Provides thermal insulation Will not rust, warp or corrode Salt safe Impervious to frost and ice Monier roof tiles are ideal for those living in colder climates. They are impervious to the effects of frost and ice and will never warp, no matter how cold it gets. Provides acoustic insulation Monier roof tiles assist in keeping unwanted noise out. Their advanced insulation properties mean that the only noise in your home will be the noise created by you and your family. Provides thermal insulation Monier roof tiles keep you comfortable in your home all year round, while helping save money and the environment through energy savings. Will not rust, warp or corrode Monier’s concrete roof tiles will not rust, warp or corrode, a problem with other roofing materials. Salt safe Monier roof tiles are ideal for coastal locations that endure the wind, spray and salt of the ocean. All Monier roof tiles are salt safe and will not corrode over time.
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Monier Roof Tiles

Impervious to frost and ice Monier roof tiles are ideal for those living in colder climates. They are impervious to the effects of frost and ice and will never warp, no matter how cold it gets. Provides acoustic insulation Monier roof tiles assist in keeping unwanted noise out. Their advanced insulation properties mean that the only noise in your home will be the noise created by you and your family. Provides thermal insulation Monier roof tiles keep you comfortable in your home all year round, while helping save money and the environment through energy savings. Will not rust, warp or corrode Monier’s concrete roof tiles will not rust, warp or corrode, a problem with other roofing materials. Salt safe Monier roof tiles are ideal for coastal locations that endure the wind, spray and salt of the ocean. All Monier roof tiles are salt safe and will not corrode over time.
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About Monier Monier has a very rich and proud history, protecting families from the harsh Australian conditions for over 100 years. Monier has lead the roofing industry from the original Wunderlich terracotta tile to inventing the worlds first integrated SolarTile. Strong And Beautiful Watch Video Monier roofing is all about being strong and beautiful. Strong because roofs should protect the people we love and beautiful because our home is a direct reflection of who we are. Our homes need to feel beautiful inside and out, just like the people that live within it. Build a roof that is Strong & Beautiful with Monier ● ● ● ● ● ●
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Integrates with SolarTile SolarTile is Monier’s seamless high performance solar panel that integrates with your roof to avoid unsightly bolt on panels. No compromises on style Monier SOLARtiles integrate seamlessly into your flat profiled roof, minimising its visual impact. Being a tile based modular system, Monier SOLARtiles can be installed in any configuration including smaller sections of your roof to optimise energy production.
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Getting stronger over time Concrete Roof Tiles Concrete tiles are made from sand, water, cement and pigments, and are not fired like clay tiles, but cured at temperatures of approximately 60 degrees Celsius. The curing process makes them sturdy enough to be transported and laid within a few days of manufacture, and they get stronger over time. Some of the very first concrete tiles, produced back in 1844 at a cement factory in Staudach, Germany, are still on roofs today. The energy-efficient production process and long product life cycle mean that concrete tiles have a comparatively low environmental footprint. Braas Monier’s latest innovation is a concrete roof tile with Aerlox technology. It is just as durable as standard roof tiles but up to 40% lighter. Not only roofers benefit from this light weight tile in their daily work. Aerlox is also a great alternative for home owners with a weaker roof construction which is not able to carry the weight of standard concrete tiles. For more concrete roof tiles visit our business units’ websites.
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Braas Monier Building Group (Braas Monier) is a manufacturer of building materials for pitched roofs as well as roofing accessories in Europe, some Asian markets and South Africa. The Group’s product range includes concrete and clay roof tiles, roofing accessories for the different functional aspects of pitched roofs as well as ceramic and steel chimneys and energy systems. Braas Monier is headquartered in Luxembourg.
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Concrete tiles are made from sand, water, cement and pigments, and are not fired like clay tiles, but cured at temperatures of approximately 60 degrees Celsius. The curing process makes them sturdy enough to be transported and laid within a few days of manufacture, and they get stronger over time. Some of the very first concrete tiles, produced back in 1844 at a cement factory in Staudach, Germany, are still on roofs today. The energy-efficient production process and long product life cycle mean that concrete tiles have a comparatively low environmental footprint. Braas Monier’s latest innovation is a concrete roof tile with Aerlox technology. It is just as durable as standard roof tiles but up to 40% lighter. Not only roofers benefit from this light weight tile in their daily work. Aerlox is also a great alternative for home owners with a weaker roof construction which is not able to carry the weight of standard concrete tiles.
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The Frankfurter Pfanne, known as the Double Roman in the UK and the Double Romane in France, is a true classic among Braas Monier´s roof tiles. In Germany, the country where it was first produced, it has been widely used for over 60 years, and no other tile has proved as popular. The tiles are available in a wide range of colours and with a choice of several functional surfaces. As well as being aesthetically appealing, the Frankfurter Pfanne – among other Braas Monier roofing tiles – also helps home-owners to comply with regulations on the use of sustainable building materials.
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Low Profile TilesFrankfurter PfanneThe Frankfurter Pfanne, known as the Double Roman in the UK and the Double Romane in France, is a true classic among Braas Monier´s roof tiles. In Germany, the country where it was first produced, it has been widely used for over 60 years, and no other tile has proved as popular. The tiles are available in a wide range of colours and with a choice of several functional surfaces. As well as being aesthetically appealing, the Frankfurter Pfanne – among other Braas Monier roofing tiles – also helps home-owners to comply with regulations on the use of sustainable building materials.
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Frankfurter PfanneThe Frankfurter Pfanne, known as the Double Roman in the UK and the Double Romane in France, is a true classic among Braas Monier´s roof tiles. In Germany, the country where it was first produced, it has been widely used for over 60 years, and no other tile has proved as popular. The tiles are available in a wide range of colours and with a choice of several functional surfaces. As well as being aesthetically appealing, the Frankfurter Pfanne – among other Braas Monier roofing tiles – also helps home-owners to comply with regulations on the use of sustainable building materials.
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Pros & ConsPros Monier is beautiful, long lasting, and can be repaired indefinitely with periodic coating every 12 years or more. Doesn’t blow off in high winds. Increases the value of your home. Cons They can be hot because of their dark color.  You need to protect with NXT Cool Coat with it’s heat reflecting tints. New Monier roofs are expensive.  Old ones are expensive to tear off and haul to the dump if they are too far gone. Heavy termite guys and falling branches will crack tiles. The waterproofing felts underneath the roof will eventually dry out and crack over time if the heat gets to it.
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Pros Monier is beautiful, long lasting, and can be repaired indefinitely with periodic coating every 12 years or more. Doesn’t blow off in high winds. Increases the value of your home. Cons They can be hot because of their dark color.  You need to protect with NXT Cool Coat with it’s heat reflecting tints. New Monier roofs are expensive.  Old ones are expensive to tear off and haul to the dump if they are too far gone. Heavy termite guys and falling branches will crack tiles. The waterproofing felts underneath the roof will eventually dry out and crack over time if the heat gets to it.