Bardoline is versatile reinforced bituminous
roofing material in shingle form. It is produced in strips
of four shingles and has a single layer core of tough
fibreglass which provides essential support for the
bituminous aggregate. This is then coated with a granular
Bardoline is a flexible, robust,
lightweight and water-proof, high grade material used in
many countries, including those with extreme climatic
Support Decks - Bardoline strip shingles require
roof decking laid to present a smooth unbroken surface.
standard galvanised clouts or staples, nailing through
adhesive points to the roof deck and through the shingle
- self-adhesive bands automatically ensure the correct
sealing. Extra adhesive is necessary at exposed eaves and
ridges and under certain climatic conditions.
obtained by using cut shingles, each strip making 4 ridge
pieces each 350mm x 250mm. Each ridge piece is curved
suitably and fixed by nailing and adhesive with 175mm
overlap (nailing under the overlap).
Valleys - are
formed by cutting and overlapping shingles.
virtually no maintenance should be necessary.
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