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Ambi-Dry II Verge Systems

Ambi-Dry Verge II is the latest iteration of Redland’s best-selling Ambi-Dry Verge series. Designed to work specifically with Cambrian Slate or DuoPlain, Ambi-Dry Verge II has been updated to comply fully with BS 8612.

Manufactured from PVC, Ambi-Dry Verge provides a neat, maintenance-free verge with very high resistance to storm damage and, with no mortar required, removes concerns about mortar failure.

Description

  • Secure fixing system provides high resistance to wind uplift for both verge tiles and dry verge system
  • Quick to install and can be laid at variable gauges to suit the minimum and maximum headlaps of the tiles
  • Adapted on site to fit either the left or right-hand verge
  • Eliminates the need for an undercloak
  • Tried and tested and complies with BS 5534:2014 requirements for mechanical fixing

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