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SUSSEX Cutting AND SOLDIER COURSE

vertical tiling juntion with roof verge sussex 1

vERTICAL TILING JUNCTION WITH ROOF VERGE - SUSSEX CUTTING

Fix an additional batten onto the face of the vertical tiling battens and parallel to the verge to allow fixing of cut tiles.
Form raking cuts using tile-and-a-half tiles as necessary.
Fix the edge tile close to the undercloak/soffit, securing by spot bedding and double nailing into the raking batten.

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vertical tiling juntion with roof verge sussex

soldier courseSoldier Course

Vertical tiling beneath verges less than 35° roof pitch can be weathered by nailing a soldier course of eaves tiles to a raking batten fixed close to the undercloak/soffit. The raking batten should be positioned to allow the tiles to hang properly on their nibs.Spot bedding is recommended to prevent wind  damage.
A cover flashing can be used to provide extra weathering over the soldier course tiles’ nailholes and to the apex.

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soldier course doubleDouble Soldier course

Vertical tiling beneath verges less than 35° roof pitch can be weathered by nailing a double soldier course of tiles/eaves tiles to raking battens fixed close to the undercloak/soffit. The raking battens should be positioned to allow the tiles to hang properly on their nibs.
Spot bedding is recommended to prevent wind damage.
A cover flashing can be used to cover the soldier course tiles’ nailholes and to the apex.

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