Dublin Dry verge installers
Affordable Dry verge installations in Dublin
Dry verge roofing makes use of interlocking caps that fit over the edge of your roof tiles, and offers an effective and, more importantly, durable alternative to wet verges. ... It goes without saying that dry verge roofing offers all the roofline protection required just as, if not more, effectively than wet verges
- Roofpro Dry Verge system is designed to provide a mortar- free and secure method of fixing concrete interlocking verge tiles.
- Its neat interlocking design provides a consistent appearance that requires no maintenance.
- Mortar Free
- All weather fixing
- Secure mechanical fixing avoids wind uplift problems
- Generally fitted in the same day
- Suitable for refurbishment or new build
No more cracking concrete
Protection from birds
What is a dry verge system?
Dry verge is a way of covering the joint between roof tiles and brickwork on your roof, without using traditional mortar. By using a dry verge system in place of mortar joints, you benefit from giving your roof verge more protection, avoiding damage due to wet weather and steering clear of costly maintenance work in the future.
What’s the average price for dry verge?
To install a dry verge system on a standard detached house, you’ll normally need to budget between €550 & €1000.
Typically, homeowners will wait until their mortar is coming away and then decide whether to repoint with mortar or whether to make the switch to dry verge. Although repointing will normally be cheaper, a dry verge system is longer-lasting and will save you money in the long run.
Dry verge installation cost factors
Dry verge system prices will vary based on a number of factors, including:
- The size of your roof (and therefore how many caps are needed).
- Your location.
- How easy your home and your roof are to access.
Prices will also depend on whether you decide to install dry verge and dry ridge systems together, or just the dry verge system. Although both systems can be installed on their own, installing both will give you the best level of protection.