popularized flexible shingles, year after year, has not lost its relevance, as the easy installation and aesthetic appearance of the roofing material.
- flexible shingles Shinglas
- $ bitumen roof shingles: the price
- Shingles Katepal
- $ Shingles Katepal: price
- Shingles Tegola
- $ Italian shingles Tegola: price
- Shingles Tilercat
- $ Shingles Tilercat: price
addition to all the advantages of this type of roof is resistant to aggressive media and corrosion.It can last for decades, decorating the roof.Flexible shingles successfully rests on the roof of any configuration and is truly the most flexible type of roofing.
absolute leaders of sales are Katepal, Shinglas, Tegola, Tilercat and others.
flexible shingles Shinglas
line drawings kinds stamping Russian producer Shinglas (Shinglas) is not as extensive as may represent other manufacturers, but it has one distinct advantage:
- frost-resistant adhesive layer, whereby the installation can be performed during the cold season.
The vendor provides all three types of embossing patterns, but with a wide choice of colors cover:
Numerous reviews of bitumen roof shingles say that it is considered refractory.The manufacturer, which is a certificate of fire safety materials, guarantees non-flammability of their products.
the minuses allocated one - expensive labor input, because under this type of roof requires continuous crate, but it increases the load bearing capacity of the installation and design of the roof gets soundly for many years.
- non-waste production;
- durability for the most complex roof structures (photo 4).
soft and supple texture of the tiles is stored for a long time.Roofers responsible for the installation of this type of roofing, celebrate long life, because of the texture, its resistance to sunlight and temperature changes.
$ bitumen roof shingles: the price
Despite the fact that this material is considered to be expensive, it pays for itself over the years and this roof, the principle of "do and forget".Prices vary material:
- 70 hryvnia to 290 hryvnia per square meter in Ukraine;
- from 180 rubles to 600 rubles per square meter in Russia.
Shingles Shingles Katepal
Katepal (katepal) produced in Finland and does not lose its properties for over 25 years, which ensures strong in the properties of the roof covered with tiles.
So in the line producer Katepal are just a few types of roofing pattern:
$ Shingles Katepal: price
Katepal - Finnish manufacturer of shingles, which guarantees the highest European quality.
Therefore the price for this type of roof, a little higher than those presented in this review, branded manufacturers of soft shingles.
price of shingles is Katepal:
- 300 hryvnia per square meter in Ukraine;
- from 1000 rubles per square meter in Russia.
Abandoned online reviews say Tegola (Tegola) gained popularity, primarily due to the reasonable prices range "premium" and "super", a term manufacturer's warranty up to 25 years and a variety of models.
geometric rigor petals Tegola has drawings:
$ Italian shingles Tegola: price
average price of Italian tiles Tegola
- 180 hryvnia per square meter in Ukraine;
- from 400 rubles per square meter in Russia.
increasing popularity in the Ukrainian and Russian markets gets shingles Tilercat (tilerkat).
This tile can not be ignited by an open flame and fire, as well as the Russian manufacturer offers a 20 years warranty on its products.
make installation of the tiles should be on the basic rules of installation of all types of shingles.The basis of a strong crate, where the base can be applied waterproof plywood or OSB-plate.
about the durability of the new material is relatively reviews say those people who have already used this material for the roof of the roof.The consumer says tilerkat has all the advantages of shingles, and no significant difference between manufacturers can not see.
Three compositions stamping tilerkat:
$ Shingles Tilercat, price
Prices for this type of tiles do not differ much from the price of other types of bituminous material and the cost of its average:
- 90 hryvnia per square meter in Ukraine;
- from 250 rubles per square meter in Russia.