Upgrade from traditional clay tiles to synthetic resin tiles, giving rural homes a new lease on life!

With the rapid development of our country’s economy, the nationwide “flat to slope” project and the construction of new rural areas have been vigorously promoted. In this trend, new types of roofing materials have begun to be developed, among which synthetic resin tiles are a favored option.

Compared to traditional tiles, synthetic resin tiles have numerous advantages. They are rich in color, durable, have a long lifespan, are not easily corroded, have outstanding thermal insulation properties, and excellent resistance to aging, UV rays, and fire.

Synthetic resin tiles are roofing materials that use high-weather-resistant engineering resin ASA and high-quality PVC wear-resistant resin as materials. These tiles are produced through advanced double-layer co-extrusion technology and high-temperature pressing, resulting in high durability and longevity. Additionally, the thermal insulation properties of the tiles are crucial in the summer. If the roof tiles do not provide good insulation, the interior of the house can become very hot and stuffy, affecting comfort and quality of life.


In addition to durability and thermal insulation properties, synthetic resin tiles also offer excellent value for money. For many rural residents, practicality and cost-effectiveness are the most important factors. They need tiles that are practical and offer good value for money, without the need for frequent repairs or replacements.


Furthermore, high-quality synthetic resin tiles have a lifespan of over 30 years, far exceeding traditional tiles. Unlike old tiles that could not withstand strong winds and heavy rain, easily blown over by the wind, leading to tile loss. After being hit by a storm, it is time-consuming and laborious to clean up the fallen tiles.

After reading this article, if you are considering building a house, I believe synthetic resin tiles are definitely a roofing material you cannot afford to miss!

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