At JJ Roofing supplies we provide the most useful and best quality verge options in the roofing sector. Verges are made when the roof meets the gable end. They can be secured using two methods, Dryfix or Mortar bed. Mortar bed verge are the more traditional method, commonly used in conjunction with plain tile roofs. To create a mortar bed verge the 150mm undercloak should be lapped under the overhanging batten edge by around 50mm, the rest of the 100mm base will hold up mortar mix. The tiles are then laid on top, crunching and holding the mortar mix in place. Done properly it will create an effective and neat finish. Dryfix systems are vast becoming the more popular option. Continuous Dry Verge and Individual Dry Verge eliminate the use of mortar, cutting the time of installation dramatically. Tip! Before purchasing the Dry Verge make sure you have measured gap size you are covering comparing it with the specifications of the verge type you want. Once arrived simply follow the instructions, fixing into the marked-out spots.