The Postel clay tile originates from the Courtrai tile, which was imported into the UK from Belgium between the world wars due to a lack of indigenous supply at the time.
It was particularly popular in the South-East of England. Thousands of housing estates were covered with these tiles and many are now in need of re-roofing. In many cases a like-for-like replacement is required and the Postel tile is the perfect solution.
A tile particularly popular in the south-east for domestic reroofing, it replicates the ‘Courtrai’ tile with guaranteed weathertightness down to 20º.
Min. Pitch 20° Min. Weight 41kg/m2 Min. Cover 20.4 tiles/m2