The roof is one of the most important structures of the building, and often one of the most costly elements of the renovation or construction. A variety of different roofing materials is available, and one has to choose carefully when deciding on the type of roof and materials to use for that particular building.
4 Factors to Consider Before you Buy Roof Tiles
If you are currently busy with a building project and need tiles for your roof, there are certain things that you have to keep in mind before you choose and buy roof tiles. Building is expensive and requires a significant financial investment, time and expertise. Building a home is usually one of the greatest financial commitments that people make during their lives, so it is important to choose wisely in order to get the best results.
Choosing the Most Suitable Roof Tile Supplier for Your Roofing Needs
If you are currently busy with a building project, renovating your property or replacing your roof, you will have to give careful consideration to the roof tile supplier that you choose. Not everyone is able to provide you with quality products and great service delivery. It is therefore essential that you do some work to find the most suitable roof tile supplier for your project. There are a lot of roof tile manufacturers and suppliers in South Africa, and you have to ensure that the one you choose will be able to provide you with products that are suited to the African climate, and that their products are of high quality, functional, easy to maintain and durable.
Marley Building Systems is pleased to announce the acquisition of the South African Gypsum business of Lafarge. This acquisition is complementary to our business; being of equal size, we will team up to create a unique and competitive offer that capitalises on today’s Southern African building trends. This acquisition is in line with Etex’s vision of strengthening our position by investing in Southern Africa.
Dear Valued Customer
Discontinuation of the marley Mendip Profile
In line with market trends, Marley Building Systems will be discontinuing the Mendip asymmetrical roof tile with effect from 1 August 2015. Our market research has indicated that this tile is not as popular as it once was and that the preference for a more popular profile is being determined by the market.
“Positioned as a market leader in building systems we are constantly engaging with our target audience through various platforms prompting our anticipated presence at this year’s Africa Construction Expo to launch the brand new MBS construction portfolio featuring the latest fibre cement and lightweight construction solutions”, explains Sean Singh, Commercial Manager.