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Tractile’s leading-edge solar PV and thermal integrated roof helped Team UOW’s Desert Rose House place second in the prestigious Solar Decathlon Middle East 2018. The Solar Decathlon is an international competition that challenges collegiate teams to design, construct and operate solar powered houses that are sustainable,...

When designing and building stand-out, luxury residences, using quality materials and industry- leading suppliers is a must. And there’s nowhere better to source the best of the best than The Sydney Home Show. From Friday 5 October - Sunday 7 October, Tractile is joining the show’s boiling pot...

Another excellent project underway in Perth has seen a 9kWp Tractile system installed across two skillion roofs overlooking the beautiful Swan River in Dalkeith. With a 26˚ pitch oriented to the west, these roofs are still within the maximum solar generating efficiency. When designing a solar roof...

Innovation focussed Gold Coast architects had the chance to learn first-hand from Jason Caruana, our National Sales Manager, with our ‘Designing Solar Roofs’ CPD presentation at Bond University Adbedian School of Architecture. These architects and designers had the chance to learn: Pitch & Orientation Roof styles suitable...

Tractile was proud to be a part of the prestigious Houses Awards, presenting the award in the Garden or Landscape category to Neeson Murcutt Architects with 360 Degrees Landscape Architects for their Coastal Garden house. Tractile CEO, Jason Perkins, presented the award to Rachel Neeson, in front...

See the Tractile Eclipse Solar Roof up close on the Team UOW's entry in the Solar Decathlon Middle East 2018.   You are invited to experience the Tractile Roof at the Desert Rose House reveal at the University of Wollongong on Saturday 21 July between 9am and...

Thank you to everyone who visited our booth at DesignBUILD Expo at Melbourne Convention Centre. DesignBUILD is the largest design and construction trade exhibition in Australia, spanning the whole build process, with three dedicated zones showcasing products and materials across; Construction & Building Materials, Interior Fixtures...

Renowned global entrepreneur Elon Musk’s latest product offering, solar roof tiles, are being left in the shade by similar products manufactured by an emerging Australian company. Mr Musk, who helped pioneer PayPal and Tesla become international giants, this week launched sales of its latest product offering,...

Building-integrated photovoltaics – or BIPV – combines the next generation of smart materials with the latest in PV tech, and it’s coming to a building near you. "History is littered with technologies that were touted as the next big thing, but ended up being little more...

Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) are modern materials that replace conventional materials as part of a building’s structure and also incorporate photovoltaic (PV) components, which are used to generate electricity or heat. In recent years BIPV materials have been commonly used in parts of the building envelope...

Our Tractile products are extremely strong. They do not corrode, dent or break, unlike concrete, metal and steel roofing. They also score exceptionally well on strength testing and environmental specifications. The innovative Tractile roofing products are made from composite materials with superior performance attributes. Its interlocking...

Australian company Trac Group Holdings has created a range of roofing products that have the potential to transform the world’s roofing industry. The Queensland company has spent $3 million over the past eight years researching, developing, patenting and testing its range of range of innovative roofing...

Builder Ash Seaton, who is a project manager at a growing commercial construction company, knows his building products. The Sydney-based builder works with Nexbuild completing construction projects for the likes of major retailers including Woolworths, Big W, Master’s Home Improvement and Spotlight. But it was a luxury...

CEO Jason Perkins recently visited Melbourne for the Australian Solar Council's Solar 2015 Exhibition & Conference. The conference attracted over 3,500 registered delegates from all around the world over the two days. There were 40 exhibitors and 3 different conference streams ongoing throughout the exhibition. Read more...