While the golf course would repair her roof each time, it was often not until it rained that Elaine knew she even had a problem. By then, it is too late as the water had yet again penetrated another corner of her home.
That’s when Elaine discovered Tractile.
Elaine was seeking an alternative material to her brittle concrete tiles, however metal roofing didn’t match the brick aesthetic of her home. Elaine also has a low-pitch roof and wanted something that would stand up to the 2-3 golf balls hitting her roof each week.
Tractile ticked all the boxes. Made from fibreglass resin, Tractile Eclipse Roof Tiles are lightweight, extremely durable and non-corrosive. This means it can easily withstand 300kph golf balls and is also hail proof. It is designed to be used on low-pitched roofs (down to 5 degrees) and has a sleek yet solid look of slate shingles.
While Elaine didn’t want to invest in the Tractile solar integrated tiles just yet, she only needs to order them in should she wish to harness solar energy in the future. The Tractile Eclipse solar tiles integrate seamlessly into the rest of the Tractile roofing system.
After sizing her system, Tractile’s roofing local roof installer, Combined Roofing, removed Elaine roof and installed the Tractile roof in a matter of days.