Roofing: Pan tiles

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The Old House Web
These Victorian pan tiles are ideal for a home where a flat profile is too bland, but a barrel tile is too Mediterranean. Pan tiles have a gentler wave than a barrel tile, giving the roof a softer appearance. The tiles are suited to a steeper roof with a 6/12 or greater slope.

The tiles rely on deep double side and headlocks, which provide total weather protection. The double channels prevent wind driven rain from being forced between the tiles in even the most severe weather, says the manufacturer. This tile is available in natural red, weathered red and the picutred antique style, a random blend of colors that replicate the look of a weather and lichen stained roof.

The tiles are among the many styles and colors offered by this company. The company also offers a complete range of glazed pan tiles in all the traditional Dutch and Belgian colors.

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