Roman roof tile MAXIMA

Roman roof tile
Roman roof tile
Roman roof tile
Roman roof tile
Roman roof tile
Roman roof tile
Roman roof tile
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red, black
colored, terracotta look

333 mm (13 in)


403 mm (16 in)


Marley has applied innovative modern technology to tradtional manufacturing methods to create the stunning and incredibly versatile Maxima Clay Double Roman pitched roof tile. Suitable for a minimum pitch of 17.5o A flexible easy-to-lay open gauge High coverage - 10.1 tiles per m² at maximum gauge Classic profile for meeting planning requirements Suitable for use with universal tile vents Available with a range of fittings and accessories Available in natural red and matt black Compatibility, functionality and beautiful aesthetics for the perfect finish across every roof style Our roof fittings and accessories work with all elements of our Marley full roof system, both clay and concrete, ensuring product specification is quicker and easier, and the finished roof delivers outstanding quality and craftsmanship. Our extensive range of fitting and accessories includes fixings, dry fix and ventilation and all products to complete a full roof system with a 15-year guarantee. To learn more, see our full range of roof fittings and accessories. A distinctive range of 2 colours that add character and have a lasting beauty improving with each passing season. Experiencing the vast variety of textures and colours that our roof tiles provide up close, can guide you in the decision making process when selecting roof coverings. Our efficient sample service can help you in this process. This interlocking tile can be used on pitches as low as 17.5°, making it an ideal choice for both refurbishments and new projects. As well as being easy to lay, it delivers a high coverage of 10.1 tiles per square metre making it great value for money.
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