Identify Gerard Quality/original Stone Coated Roofing Tiles In Nigeria
Genuine Gerard® roof tiles have the Gerard® logo printed on the back of the tile so that you can easilyidentify the real thing. Check for this when buying, and also when the tiles are delivered to your site.
Genuine Gerard® roof tiles are made to a certain standard in New Zealand by the very company that invented stone coated metal roofing tiles. Having over 60 years of heritage and experience has resulted in the optimum quality : cost ratio, and no other roof tile manufacturer can get anywhere close to that special formula. Instead, they produce roof tiles with cheaper and inferior raw materials that might look like Gerard® when new, but simply won’t last or perform like Gerard®. Unfortunately, by the time you are aware of this, it’s too late. The only remedy is to repair the roof with more tiles or replace it completely. Either way, the cost of doing this is more than choosing the right product for the job first time around!
There are a couple of phrases that you might know of…. “things are cheap for a reason” or “cheap is expensive” and “if something is too good to be true, it usually is,” and this last one in particular is important. With Genuine Gerard®, you have a product you can TRUST. You know where it comes from, and on our website you can see exactly how a Genuine Gerard® roof tile is made . We don’t hide anything because we believe in giving our customers all the information they need to make the right decision for them.
But how do you know what is Genuine Gerard® and what is fake? There are people who will tell you their tiles are Gerard® and there are two ways of knowing for sure. All Genuine Gerard® Roof tiles have the Gerard® logo printed on the back of the tile:
If that logo isn’t there, it’s not Genuine Gerard®. Secondly, in Nigeria Genuine Gerard® is only available through our exclusive Distributor
A stone coated metal roof is a roof made from steel or some other metal; the metal is then coated with stone chips and attached to the steel with an acrylic film. The goal is a more durable roof that still retains the aesthetic advantages of a more traditional.
1. Check the back of the roof tile to confirm whether the manufacturer's name, distributor's name and ISO number is fully inscribed at the back of the stone coated roofing tiles.If you can't find these information, it is an indication that the stone coated roofing tile is "fake/inferior" and it will surely fade off.
2. Ask the distributor to provide the manufacturer's contact.Failure to provide the manufacturer's contact, please don't patronize such company, it is an indication that they are selling "fake/inferior" stone coated roofing tiles.
3. The thickness must be 0.55mm
Who own Gerald Roofing : owned by the Koschitzky family
Galvanized Steel Sheet
Polyester Painted Sheets
2. Sheet Metal