As is well known, the southern region receives abundant rainfall, so the choice of roof tiles cannot be ignored. With the rapid development of the economy, there are increasingly more types of roof tiles available, no longer limited to cement tiles and asphalt tiles. There are also exquisite glazed tiles, resin tiles, and color steel tiles, among others. Previously, the most common type was small green tiles. Later on, people started using concrete for flat roofs. However, flat roofs have a drawback – they tend to crack and allow water seepage over time. Therefore, the “slope conversion” project was later implemented, and synthetic resin tiles were designated as the specialized tiles for this project in our country.
Is synthetic resin tile suitable for buildings in the southern region?
Firstly, synthetic resin tile is developed using high weather-resistant engineering resin ASA material. It has long-lasting color stability (even when exposed to harsh conditions for a long time), a long lifespan, lightweight, good load-bearing capacity, good sound insulation, excellent corrosion resistance, and can withstand the corrosion of various chemicals such as acids, alkalis, and salts for a long time. It also has strong impact resistance, is environmentally friendly, insulating, fireproof, and easy to install.
However, in the southern regions, most roofs are sloped roofs. Synthetic resin tiles are generally designed to be curved, making them suitable for use on sloped roofs. Using resin tiles on roofs will not cause water accumulation or be affected by rain, unlike flat roofs which can lead to water accumulation and result in roof cracking and leakage. Therefore, resin tiles can also be used in areas with heavy rainfall in the southern regions!