Type Verges
Tile material Concrete
Roof suitability Pitched roofs
Product accreditation BS 5534:2014
Maximum pitch (deg.) 55
 
 
 

Marley cloak verges provides a strong, weathertight and maintenance-free verge that meets the requirements of BS 5534. These purpose-made and colour-matched verge tiles are fast and simple to install, offering a traditional stepped appearance but with the benefit of mechanically fixing the tiles.

Key features / benefits

  • For use with clay and concrete plain tiles, Melodie, Maxima, Mendip, Modern and Double Roman interlocking tiles
  • Meets BS 5534 requirements and NHBC guidelines
  • Strong and durable
  • Weathertight and maintenance free
  • Suitable for use with or without bargeboard
  • Creates continuous, clean verges
  • Suitable for a range of laps
  • Maximum pitch 55° if the top tile is mitred
  • Colour matched to main tiles

Additional information

  • Not suitable for raking verges
  • Suitable for gauges between 305 and 345mm (75-115mm head lap)
  • Shunt and half tiles should be used to reduce the verge overhang
  • For roof pitches over 30 degrees, where there is no fixing for the end of tiling battens, use a double course of battens, secured across two rafters (at a minimum)


Marley cloak verges provides a strong, weathertight and maintenance-free verge that meets the requirements of BS 5534. These purpose-made and colour-matched verge tiles are fast and simple to install, offering a traditional stepped appearance but with the benefit of mechanically fixing the tiles.

Key features / benefits

  • For use with clay and concrete plain tiles, Melodie, Maxima, Mendip, Modern and Double Roman interlocking tiles
  • Meets BS 5534 requirements and NHBC guidelines
  • Strong and durable
  • Weathertight and maintenance free
  • Suitable for use with or without bargeboard
  • Creates continuous, clean verges
  • Suitable for a range of laps
  • Maximum pitch 55° if the top tile is mitred
  • Colour matched to main tiles

Additional information

  • Not suitable for raking verges
  • Suitable for gauges between 305 and 345mm (75-115mm head lap)
  • Shunt and half tiles should be used to reduce the verge overhang
  • For roof pitches over 30 degrees, where there is no fixing for the end of tiling battens, use a double course of battens, secured across two rafters (at a minimum)


 
 
 
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  • Roofing Accessories Brochure
    Roofing Accessories Brochure
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  • Cloak verge fixing guide
    Cloak verge fixing guide
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Marley Ltd
Lichfield Road
Branston
Burton-on-Trent
DE14 3HD
Tel: 01283 722588
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