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InVerg is in demand

by Jennie Ward

Hambleside Danelaw’s InVerg interlocking dry verge system for plain tiles has been given the seal of approval from Xaver Roofing, who “will use InVerg wherever possible going forward.”

“I’ll be using it on all plain tile projects going forward.” That’s the opinion of one of the first contractors to try a ‘game changing’ solution for finishing the verge on plain tile roofs.

Award-winning Staffordshire-based Xaver Roofing had just won the contract to roof a large private build when Hambleside Danelaw launched InVerg, the unique interlocking dry verge system for plain tiles.

As a committed Danelaw customer, Managing Director Andrew Mohr proposed the InVerg system to the client, who was happy to try it. 

“The client and I are really impressed” explained Andrew Mohr. “It looks great! A lot of contractors are trying to move away from mortar altogether but there’s been nothing on the market that looks good for a plain tile dry verge – until now”.

“InVerg is so simple to use, and it eliminates all the usual issues that come with conventional wet bedding, which are amplified when you’re trying to neaten the edges of a plain tile roof where there is so little space. I will use InVerg wherever possible going forward.”

InVerg provides a fully BS8612 compliant, cost-effective and aesthetically pleasing solution to finishing the verge and eliminating the risk of water ingress at the roof edge and minimising any staining of the gable end. 

Suitable to use for most machine-made single and double cambered plain tiles, InVerg is quick and easy to mechanically fix in place. Its unique design enables two courses to be finished at once, without the need for any tile undercloak, and is suitable for batten gauges from 88mm to 104mm while removing the need for time-consuming and weather dependent mortar application.

Manufactured from polypropylene with a 15 year service life guarantee, and available in a range of colours, InVerg gives roofing contractors and builders the assurance of long-term improved kerb appeal, and the building owners the assurance of minimal or no maintenance.


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