The ridge of a roof is especially vulnerable to damage by wind-driven rain and will often suffer considerable mortar damage over time, resulting in ridge tiles becoming displaced.
As a result, roofers have had to re-think the way in which roofs are constructed. In recent years dry, mortar-less roofing systems have become the preferred method.
The dry ridge tile system requires no wet trade and can be quickly and easily installed by one person, rain or shine. The interlocking system makes the tiles very easy to fit and, when completed, ensures an extremely secure finish.