Maxima Clay Double Roman tiles

Marley has applied innovative modern technology to tradtional manufacturing methods to create the stunning and incredibly versatile Maxima Clay Double Roman pitched roof tile.

  • Suitable for a minimum pitch of 17.5o
  • A flexible easy-to-lay open gauge
  • High coverage - 10.1 tiles per m² at maximum gauge
  • Classic profile for meeting planning requirements
  • Suitable for use with universal tile vents
  • Available with a range of fittings and accessories
  • Available in natural red and matt black

A distinctive range of 2 colours that add character and have a lasting beauty improving with each passing season.

Experiencing the vast variety of textures and colours that our roof tiles provide up close, can guide you in the decision making process when selecting roof coverings. Our efficient sample service can help you in this process.

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This interlocking tile can be used on pitches as low as 17.5°, making it an ideal choice for both refurbishments and new projects. As well as being easy to lay, it delivers a high coverage of 10.1 tiles per square metre making it great value for money. The availability of 2 distinctive colours also ensures your roofscape will have visual impact. Crucially, this clay pitch roof tile is compatible with a universal range of vents as well as Marley’s own fittings and accessories, thus making possible a durable and low-maintenance roofing solution. 

Advances in our clay tile technology mean beautiful clay pantiles are now more affordable than ever.

Technical specification

Size of Tile 403mm x 333mm
Minimum Pitch 17.5º 
Maximum Pitch 70º
Minimum Headlap 75mm (minimum) 
Cover Width 300mm (nominal)
Covering Capacity 10.1 tiles/m² at 75mm headlap (net)
Weight of Tiling 45.7kg/m² at 75mm headlap (approx)
Battens Required 3.05 lin.m/m² at 75mm headlap (net)
Batten Size Recommended 38 x 25mm for rafters/supports not exceeding 450mm centres
50 x 25mm for rafters/supports not exceeding 600mm centres 
Tile Nails 45mm x 3.35mm aluminium clout head