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REVISED Obsolete Concrete Roof Tiles Formerly Produced in Florida
REVISED October 9, 2017 – In response to the vast amount of hurricane damage related inquiries from industry professionals, please note the following list of concrete roof tiles that have been produced in or shipped to Florida over the past several decades. See the list.
Letter to TRI Members re: Banding of roof loaded tiles during wind events.
September 6, 2017 – As the tile industry we are being asked to comment on the practice of banding of tiles on roofs during a wind event. The following information will help provide some guidance for the roofing contractor or local building official to consider.
#2016-001 “Recommendations of Flashings at Tile Penetrations” – June 2016
When existing concrete and clay tiles roof systems are altered for the installation of roof accessories, there is confusion in the solar community as to what flashings may be required with tile roofs. It is critical to the long-term performance of a tile roof system that all penetrations or disruptions to then field tiles receive the appropriate deck/underlayment flashing at the penetration, and tile flashings, to ensure uninterrupted water flow on the surface of the roof system, with the secondary protection at the deck/underlayment level in case the tile or tile flashing is breached. The attachment of any accessory directly to an individual tile or tiles is prohibited. Read more for recommendations.
#2015-01 Summary of Changes to the 5th Edition FRSA/TRI Florida High Wind Concrete and Clay Installation Manual
The effective date of the new 2012 Florida Building Code (FBC) will be June 30, 2015. Permits issued after this date will need to comply with the new requirements of the code and our FRSA/TRI 5th Edition Florida High Wind Concrete and Clay Installation Manual (Dated April 2012).
#2014-02 WALKABILITY ON CONCRETE AND CLAY ROOF TILES
(How to walk on a tile roof and avoid breaking tile.)
#2014-01 Efflorescence on Roofing Tiles
Efflorescence is a temporary surface discoloration common to all concrete based building materials including concrete roof tiles. It is superficial and in no way detrimental to the overall quality, structural integrity, or functional properties of the tile.
2012-100 – Uplift resistance values for foam adhesives – Coming Soon.