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The interlocking Domino and Symphony ranges boast a natural clay look

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Marley Eternit has launched Domino and Symphony, its new ranges of clay interlocking tiles. The ranges combine the natural clay look with the benefits of an interlocking tile.

Symphony is an interlocking pantile available in Natural Red, to provide the warm, traditional look associated with natural clay. It is manufactured in a larger format to give a covering capacity of 11.5 tiles per m2 at maximum gauge and is also suitable for pitches as low as 12.5º. The large size and open gauge design of Symphony enables it to be fixed without the associated higher costs of natural materials.

The second new tile is Domino, a flat interlocking clay tile suitable for commercial and residential projects. Domino has a simple, smooth and strong shape, with a minimum pitch of 25º, and is available in Grey and Natural Red. Both tiles have hidden interlocks which are quick and easy to fix, saving contractors time and costs.

Sarah Hanlon from Marley Eternit said: ‘Marley Eternit already produces the UK’s largest range of clay plain tiles when it comes to colour and finishes, in the Ashdowne, Hawkins and Acme ranges.

‘The new Symphony and Domino ranges mean we can now offer the broadest possible choice of natural clay roof tiles for the widest number of applications.’

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