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The use of Ultratile on high risk buildings

The use of Ultratile on high risk buildings

Britmet's Ultratile is ideal for areas of high vandalism such as schools, community building, prisons, MOD properties and pavilions. It also works on areas of high foot traffic on domestic properties such as porches, lean to’s, and conservatories.

Ultratile has been used on all these types of roofs using a high quality Aluzinc steel in a 0.9mm thickness for unsurpassed security. All Britmet Lightweight Roofing products are available in this thickness to give our clients a huge range of profiles to choose from to suit their demands, these profiles are Slate 2000, Profile 49, Plaintile, Ultratile , Villatile and our eave to ridge tile profile Pantile 2000.

The Ultratile is fire rated and maintenance free and allows for low pitch roofs down to 10 degrees Is only 7kg/m2 in the 0.45mm thickness and Only 11kg/m2 for the 0.9mm thickness. Britmet Ultratile is available in 6 beautiful colours and has been BBA approved since 2002.

With only 2.18 slates per metre squared the Britmet Ultrtile is the fastest pantile profile on the market to fix, some 5 times faster than traditional. The Ultratile is one of Britmet Tileforms most popular products. The Ultratile is British manufacture where we hold large stocks in all colours. The Ultratile is tough and durable granulated finish gives great weather resistance and sound reduction.

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