As of January 1, 2002, Boral Roofing has chosen to adopt the Concrete and Clay Roof Tile Installation Manuals for Moderateand Severe Climate Regions by the Tile Roofing Institute and Western States Roofing Contractors Association. The TRI /WSRCA Manuals contain guidelines for the installation of all tiles installed in areas not subject to hurricanes or heavy accumulation of ice and snow.> Visit the Tile Roofing Institute
Moderate Climates: Access the Tile Roofing Institutes Installation Manual for Moderate Climates guide with installation instructions and recommendations for roof tile installations in moderate climate regions. Download the guide here:
Cold and Snow Climates: For Concrete and Clay Tile Roof Design Criteria Manual for Cold and Snow Regions, click on this link:> TRI Cold and Snow Climate Tile Installation Guide
Hurricane Climates: Special installation techniques are required for hurricane prone climates. The FRSA Installation Guide is an approved guide jointly provided by the Florida Roofing, Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors Association (FRSA) and the Roof Tile Institute.
Our popular lightweight Cedarlite tile has been joined by an equally impressive mid-weight version, Madera 700. Both of these tiles provide you with a remarkable wood shake substitute. Also learn how to add rustic charecter to your installation by staggering your tile with the Staggered Installation Guide. Special considerations have been made for our Florida Region and can be found in the Florida Cedarlite-Madera Installation Guide.> Cedarlite and Madera Installation Guide> Cedarlite and Madera Staggered Installation Guide> Cedarlite and Madera Florida Installation Guide
The application of Boosted Barcelona provides you with the look of a mortar boosted clay tile at a fraction of the cost. Dowload the Boosted Barcelona Installation Guide below.> Boosted Barcelona Installation Guide
View weight guidelines, structural building span requirements and terms for reroofing with tile roofing products.> Reroof Span Charts
DISCLAIMER NOTICE PLEASE READ: The above referenced Installation Guides are being furnished as general information. Installation is the responsibility of the roofing contractor and should proceed in accordance with applicable building code requirements. It is the responsibility of those individuals who are referring to these specifications to independently research and determine which installation methods are appropriate for their particular code requirements.