Pantiles are designed comparatively light weight. A direct benefit of this is that the consumer saves up to 25% on timber. This is because the supporting roof requires fewer trusses and no brandering what so ever. The unique shape of the Pantile means that when the tiles are laid they form a double skin roof that traps air between the tiles. This results in effective insulation making Pantile roof ideal option in hot climatic conditions.
Cost is an important factor today, when deciding on which roofing material to use. It is normally always a balancing act between cost and aesthetic qualities of the final product. Turnall, through its Pantile range of roofing tiles has endeavored to ensure the customer is not faced with a tradeoff between quality and cost.