The adaptors have been carefully matched with Redland’s interlocking concrete tiles in order to avoid disrupting the appearance of the roof after installation.
The new range includes: a cable adaptor which can secure up to eight cables; a solar adaptor for larger cables and solar thermal piping; the antenna adaptor for attaching TV aerials and satellite dishes; and the soil adaptor to provide high-flow ventilation to bathroom soil pipes.
These adaptors provide the perfect solution for roofers looking to maintain the weather-tightness of a property during a time when an increasing number of products are being installed on roofs.
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