Boral roof tile – Wind pressure is a common cause of failure for roof tiles. As the wind moves on the roof generate upward force causing the tile to the toy or removed completely. Contrary to common belief, the tile is not “explode” roof. Wind creates an upward force as it travels through the roof, causing the tiles to be sucked up.
In this article we will provide information about Boral roof tile. It is important to understand these subtle differences to build a roof system safer. Securing tile against upward lift is the key to keeping the tiles on the roof. As the wind sent through the roof area, it causes the air pressure on the roof downward. At the same time increase the pressure under the roof. Increased pressure inside the attic space results in a positive pressure on the tile.
Negative pressure above causes the tiles to be sucked up, lift the tail of the tile. The lower the roof pitch, the higher the strength of will. If the tiles are being sucked up rather than blown, old tile repair methods may not be the best. Traditionally Boral roof tile nailed or pegged on the head or on the tiles. This secures the tiles against the force of gravity but has little effect on lift a tile up. In fact the only thing securing the bottom of the tiles are tiles have weight.