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0043 How Clay Tiles are Secured - Roofing - Clay
 
0043 How Clay Tiles are Secured - Roofing - Clay -

Image Text: Wire ties: wire > sheathing > deck anchor > twisted wire secured to roof sheathing > Tile locks: wire > nail > tile lock > close-up of tile lock > sheathing > Mortar: mortar can be used to provide additional bonding between tiles (particularly with wire secured roof systems) > Battens: batten > gap for draining water > Nailing: nails > sheathing > wood nailing strip

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