Permavent Launch New Easy VergeTrim to Low Carbon System

Permavent Launch New Easy VergeTrim to Low Carbon System

Following the success of the Queen’s award winning Easy Verge, Permavent are proud to announce the launch of the recently developed Easy VergeTrim. This latest addition to the Easy Roof System has been specially designed to meet the requirements of the Scottish and refurbishment markets.

The Easy Verge family from Permavent not only provide the only dry verges available that don’t leak, but the sleek design faithfully replicates a traditional cement pointed verge. The products incorporate Permavent’s unique and patented super seals that whilst offering the best looking slate dry verges available, they also protect the verge by permanently sealing the underside of the slates. Easy Verge is the only system that prevents the water from running back under the slates, and it is this water that frequently damages the roofing battens and causes premature roof failure.

The new addition of Easy VergeTrim to the system has been specially designed to be suitable for all types of preformed verge details such as fully boarded (Scottish practice; sarking), close cut gables and barge boards, as well as many other remedial applications. Using the Easy Roof System these natural products can now not only outperform interlocking tiles, they have a much lower carbon footprint and maintain their appearance and performance for the full life of the building.

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