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NorthernRyland

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Has anyone seen this roofing material before? This is as close as I could get but it looks like a plastic/wood composite, kind of like certain decking material. The panels appear thin and light to. Nearly certain it's not wood but some kind of artificial composite.

 

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Could simply go to DIY mega stores, and see what they offer.  Sure you'll see that stuff there, along with some others that might interest you more.

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3 hours ago, Fruit Trader said:

TPI Luxuria - concrete tile

 

Maybe...

 

 

that's a good guess. They look too thin to be concrete but you could be right. I need to get a closer view to be sure.

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3 hours ago, VocalNeal said:

Fibre cement roofing tiles

 

Looking at this link https://www.roofingsuperstore.co.uk/product/cedral-thrutone-fibre-cement-slate.html I think you're right. This is the same material as the wavy roof panels you see all over Thailand right? I guess the difference is they cut them into smaller tiles instead of the large panels.

 

Do you know the name/brand of the product? I'm curious if they have them at common building stores in Thailand.

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11 minutes ago, UWEB said:

Google for SCG Prestige Series, certain color available.

Thanks. I can't tell from the pictures but those look like full sized concrete tiles which are thicker. Maybe the picture I took doesn't capture the scale but those tiles are noticeably thinner than other tiles I've seen. I think they are strips instead of single tiles even.

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12 hours ago, NorthernRyland said:

Do you know the name/brand of the product? I'm curious if they have them at common building stores in Thailand.

 

Sorry no. They simply look like the artificial slates we used to manufacture.

 

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