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SECTION 07 32 16
CONCRETE ROOF TILES
 
 
Copyright 2015 - 2016 ARCAT, Inc. - All rights reserved
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Crown Roof Tile; concrete roof tiles.
.
This section is based on the products of Crown Roof Tile, which is located at:
6018 S. W. Hwy. 72
Arcadia, FL 34266
Tel: 863-993-4004
Fax: 863-993-4008
Email: request info (bdyble@crownrooftiles.com)
Web: www.crownrooftiles.com
[ Click Here ] for additional information.
Concrete Roof Tiles are similar to terracotta, slate, and wood shake shingle roof tiles but with lower cost and durability up to 50 years, with insulating and acoustical properties, resistant to the elements, non-toxic, fire resistant, and low maintenance with numerous colors, profiles and textures available.
Crown Roof Tiles is an international construction-materials company offering high-quality, competitively priced roofing solutions. Our goal is to deliver innovative roofing products, superior customer service, and complete customer satisfaction. Global reach with trustworthy superior service.
Crown Roof Tiles - with locations in the United States, Great Britain and Mexico - has expanded in recent years through growth and acquisitions. The company acquired Russell Roof Tiles in November 2011. Russell Roof Tiles has a proven portfolio of innovative technology and products, founded in Great Britain in 1892 and started manufacturing concrete roof tiles and fittings for commercial and residential buildings in 1965. Crown Roof Tiles and its affiliates operate state-of-the-art manufacturing plants in Mansfield Texas and Arcadia Florida.
We are committed to continually developing innovative products and services that meet the changing needs of our customers around the world.
 
PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Concrete roof tiles and accessories.
1.2
RELATED SECTIONS
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any sections below not relevant to this project; add others as required.
 
A.
Section 06 10 00 - Rough Carpentry.
B.
Section 07 22 16 - Roof Board Insulation.
C.
Section 07 60 00 - Flashing and Sheet Metal.
D.
Section 07 71 23 - Manufactured Gutters and Downspouts.
E.
Section 07 72 63 - Waste Containment Assemblies.
F.
Section 08 60 00 - Roof Windows and Skylights.
G.
Division 15 - Mechanical.
H.
Division 16 - Electrical.
1.3
REFERENCES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section.
 
A.
American Wood Protection Association (AWPA):
1.
AWPA-U1 - Use Category System: User Specification for Treated Wood.
B.
ASTM International (ASTM):
1.
ASTM A641 - Standard Specification for Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) Carbon Steel Wire.
2.
ASTM A653 - Standard Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process.
3.
ASTM C67 - Standard Test Methods for Sampling and Testing Brick and Structural Clay Tile, Freeze / Thaw Test.
4.
ASTM C1167 - Standard Specification for Clay Roof Tiles.
5.
ASTM C1492 - Standard Specification for Concrete Roof Tile.
6.
ASTM D226 - Standard Specification for Asphalt-Saturated Organic Felt Used in Roofing and Waterproofing.
7.
ASTM D2626 - Standard Specification for Asphalt Saturated and Coated Organic Felt Base Sheet Used in Roofing.
8.
ASTM D6380 - Standard Specification for Asphalt Roll Roofing (Organic Felt).
9.
ASTM E108 - Standard Test Methods of Fire Tests of Roof Coverings.
10.
ASTM E330 - Standard Test Method for Structural Performance of Exterior Windows, Doors, Skylights and Curtain Walls by Uniform Static Air Pressure Difference.
C.
Canadian National Standards Association (CAN/CSA):
1.
CAN/CSA-A220.1 Series 06 - Concrete Roof Tiles.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** FM 4473 applies to products from Texas plant only. Iberia, Mediterranean, Thin Leading Edge, Tuscany and Windsor pass and exceed Class 3 rating. Delete if not required.
 
D.
Factory Mutual (FM):
1.
FM4473 - Specification Test Standard for Impact Resistant Testing of Rigid Roofing Materials by Impacting with Freezer Ice Balls.
E.
Tile Roofing Institute (TRI):
1.
Tile Roofing Institute / Western States Roofing Contractors Association (TRI-WSRCA) Concrete and Clay Tile Installation Manual for Moderate Climate Regions.
2.
Tile Roofing Institute / Western States Roofing Contractors Association (TRI-WSRCA) Standard Installation Guides for Concrete and Clay Roof Tile in Cold Weather Applications, and Concrete and Clay Tile Design Criteria for Cold and Snow Regions.
3.
Florida Roofing, Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractors Association, Inc. / Tile Roofing Institute (FRSA/TRI) Florida High Wind Tile Installation Manual.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Miami-Dade County and Florida Building Code Approvals only apply to projects and jurisdictions that require these approvals for hurricane zones, wind speeds, impact resistance or similar which may be located outside of Florida. Roof assembly design and materials must exactly match the tested assemblies. Confirm with the project architect. Delete if not required.
 
a.
Miami-Dade County Approvals:
1)
Miami-Dade NOA Numbers: 14-0102.04, 12-1006.02, 12-1006.03.
2)
Florida Building Code Approval Numbers: FL16729, FL17330.1, FL17330.1, FL18601
1.4
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit in accordance with Division 01 Section "Submittal Procedures".
B.
Product Data: Submit manufacturers data sheets on each product to be used, including:
1.
Preparation instructions and recommendations.
2.
Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
3.
Installation methods.
C.
Certificates:
1.
Manufacturer and independent testing agency test certifications.
D.
Shop Drawings:
1.
Dimensioned scale drawings and details indicating tile layout, location of cut outs, penetrations and roof mounted equipment, special shapes and trims, with all thicknesses and interface between materials and adjacent construction.
2.
Size and location of flashing, fasteners, joint locations, installation details, tile layouts, wind pressures and thermal movements.
3.
Installation details including flashing, roof edges, roof slope limitations, penetrations, and drainage paths.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete selection samples if colors have already been selected. Specify colors at the end of Part 2.
 
E.
Selection and Range Samples: Three to five full size units to demonstrate manufacturers full range of colors and textures available.
F.
Verification Samples: Three to five full size units indicating full range of color and texture to be expected in the final installation.
G.
Qualifications: For installer and manufacturer.
H.
Close Out Submittals: Maintenance data, warranty.
1.5
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Concrete roofing tile shall meet or exceed the following standards:
1.
ASTM C67, Freeze / Thaw Test.
2.
ASTM C1167.
3.
ASTM C1492.
4.
ASTM E108.
5.
ASTM E330.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following tests and certifications are for products from the Texas plant, include only where required by project conditions such as wind speed. When required, edit for profiles used. Delete if not required.
 
6.
FM 4473 Impact Test with Class 3 Rating (Iberia, Mediterranean, Thin Leading Edge, Tuscany and Windsor Profiles).
B.
Concrete roofing tile materials and installation shall conform to local building code requirements.
C.
Source Limitations: Obtain components for roofing system from or approved by roofing system manufacturer.
D.
Manufacturer Qualifications:
1.
Minimum 10 years of experience producing roofing systems of the size and complexity of this project
2.
With the production facilities capable of meeting the project schedule.
3.
Member of the Tile Roofing Institute (TRI).
E.
Installer Qualifications:
1.
Minimum 5 years documented experience installing products specified in this section.
2.
Supervision shall be performed by manufacturer's authorized installation representative.
F.
Pre-Installation Meeting: Convene on the Project site minimum two weeks before beginning work to:
1.
Verify project requirements and site logistics.
2.
Coordinate between trades.
3.
Review manufacturer installation instructions and warranty requirements.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include a mock-up if the project size and/or quality warrant taking such a precaution. The following is one example of how a mock-up on a large project might be specified. When deciding on the extent of the mock-up, consider all the major different types of work on the project.
 
G.
Mock-Up:
1.
Provide mock-up of each type of assembly including associated components, accessories, and methods of adjoining construction.
2.
Minimum size: 9 x 9 feet (3 x 3 meters).
3.
Accepted mock-up may remain as part of the completed work.
1.6
DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
A.
Deliver and store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging identified with the manufacturer and brand name until ready for installation. Coordinate delivery schedule with the project schedule to minimize on site storage.
B.
Do not exceed structural loading of the roof with workers or installation materials.
1.
Distribute stacks of tile uniformly on roof at not greater than 12 inches (305 mm) in height.
C.
Store materials in a dry area, protected from freezing, staining, contamination or damage. Maintain dry storage until installation.
D.
Protect underlayment during placement of tile on roof.
1.7
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Weather Limitations: Proceed with installation only when existing and forecasted weather conditions permit roofing system to be installed according to manufacturer's written instructions and warranty requirements.
B.
Do not proceed with installation of sealants outside of sealant manufacturer's requirements including temperature conditions that would cause joint openings to be minimum or maximum widths, or if heavy wind loads are forecast.
C.
Install underlayment and tiles on dry surfaces.
D.
Protect tiles from other trades.
E.
Repair punctures or tears in the underlayment.
1.8
WARRANTY
A.
Product Warranty: Manufacturers standard limited lifetime, fully transferrable, non-prorated product warranty against defects in roof tile for the life of the structure.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
 
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: Crown Roof Tile, which is located at: 6018 S. W. Hwy. 72; Arcadia, FL 34266 ; Tel: 863-993-4004 ; Fax: 863-993-4008; Email: request info (bdyble@crownrooftiles.com); Web: www.crownrooftiles.com
1.
Texas, Dallas Plant: 2155 FM 1187, Mansfield TX 76063. Tel: (817) 255-6112, Fax: (817) 225-6118.
2.
Florida, Arcadia Plant: 6018 SW Hwy. 72, Arcadia FL 34266. Tel: (863) 993-4004. Fax: (863) 993-4008.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs; coordinate with requirements of Division 1 section on product options and substitutions.
 
B.
Substitutions: Not permitted.
C.
Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01 60 00 - Product Requirements.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Texas plant tiles. Delete profiles not required.
 
2.2
STANDARD WEIGHT CONCRETE ROOF TILES - TEXAS / MIDWEST REGION
A.
Tile: Mediterranean profile.
1.
Description: High barrel with traditional elegance, ideal for large projects.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's trim, hip starter.
3.
Size: 17 inches (432 mm) by 11-3/4 inches (298 mm).
B.
Tile: Iberia profile.
1.
Description: Medium height barrel with extended curves reminiscent of Spanish Colony architectural styles.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's trim, hip starter.
3.
Size: 17 inches (438 mm) by 13 inches (330 mm).
C.
Tile: Tuscany profile.
1.
Description: Soft curves representing classic European style, adaptable to contemporary or traditional architecture.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's trim, hip starter.
3.
Size: 17-1/4 inches (438 mm) by 13 inches (330 mm).
D.
Tile: Windsor Slate profile.
1.
Description: Flat roof tiles with smooth texture, beveled at each end, traditionally used in ancient European castles.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's 90 degree rake, 3-sided ridge, 3-sided hip starter.
3.
Size: 17-1/4 inches (438 mm) by 13 inches (330 mm).
E.
Tile: Windsor Shake profile.
1.
Description: Flat roof tile with rough texture, simulating wooden shingles for rustic appearance.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's 90 degree rake, 3-sided ridge, 3-sided hipstarter.
3.
Size: 17-1/4 inches (438 mm) by 13 inches (330 mm).
F.
Tile: Windsor Split Shake profile.
1.
Description: Flat roof tile with division in the middle to simulate small individual tiles with smooth surface on one side and rough surface on the other side for a country feel with a European touch.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's 90 degree rake, 3-sided ridge, 3-sided hipstarter.
3.
Size: 17-1/4 inches (438 mm) by 13 inches (330 mm).
G.
Thin Leading Edge (TLE) Tile: Galloway TLE.
1.
Description: Smooth surface, integrally colored with cloaked interlock provides a slate appearance.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's trim, hip starter.
3.
Size: 17 inches (432 mm) x 13 inches (330 mm) (14 inches (355 mm) x 12 inches (305 mm) exposed). Variable headlap allowed to a maximum of 8 inches (203 mm).
H.
Thin Leading Edge (TLE) Tile: Lothian TLE.
1.
Description: Smooth surface, integrally colored with cloaked interlock and longitudinal score line creates the appearance of narrower slate tiles.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's trim, hip starter.
3.
Size: 17 inches (432 mm) x 13 inches (330 mm) (14 inches (355 mm) x 12 inches (305 mm) exposed). Variable headlap allowed to a maximum of 8 inches (203 mm).
I.
Thin Leading Edge (TLE) Tile: Moray TLE.
1.
Description: Smooth surface, integrally colored with cloaked interlock with a randomized surface texture that simulates the texture of real slate or stone roofing.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's trim, hip starter.
3.
Size: 17 inches (432 mm) x 13 inches (330 mm) (14 inches (355 mm) x 12 inches (305 mm) exposed). Variable headlap allowed to a maximum of 8 inches (203 mm).
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Florida plant tiles. Delete profiles not required.
 
2.3
STANDARD WEIGHT CONCRETE ROOF TILES - FLORIDA / SOUTHEAST REGION
A.
Tile: Sanibel profile, NOA No. 14-0102.04.
1.
Description: High barrel with traditional elegance, interlocking, one-piece, "S" shaped concrete roof tile equipped with two nail holes, ideal for large projects.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's trim.
3.
Size: 17 inches (432 mm) by 13-1/4 inches (336 mm).
B.
Tile: Tuscany profile, NOA No. 14-1006.02.
1.
Description: Low profile, interlocking, concrete tile equipped with two nail holes. Soft curves representing classic European style, adaptable to contemporary or traditional architecture.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's trim.
3.
Size: 17-1/4 inches (438 mm) by 13 inches (330 mm).
C.
Tile: Windsor Slate profile, NOA No. 14-1006.03.
1.
Description: Flat, interlocking concrete tile equipped with two nail holes. Smooth texture, beveled at each end, traditionally used in ancient European castles.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's 90 degree rake, 2-sided ' V' ridge.
3.
Size: 17-1/4 inches (438 mm) by 13 inches (330 mm).
D.
Tile: Windsor Shake profile, NOA No. 14-1006.03.
1.
Description: Flat, interlocking concrete tile equipped with two nail holes. Rough texture simulates wooden shingles for rustic appearance.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's 90 degree rake, 2-sided ' V' ridge.
3.
Size: 17-1/4 inches (438 mm) by 13 inches (330 mm).
E.
Tile: Windsor Split Shake profile, NOA No. 14-1006.03.
1.
Description: Flat, interlocking concrete tile equipped with two nail holes. Division in the middle to simulate small individual tiles with smooth surface on one side and rough surface on the other side for a country feel with a European touch.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's 90 degree rake, 2-sided ' V' ridge.
3.
Size: 17-1/4 inches (438 mm) by 13 inches (330 mm).
F.
Tile: Mediterranean profile, NOA No. 15-1222.04.
1.
Description: High barrel with traditional elegance, ideal for large projects.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's trim.
3.
Size: 17 inches (432 mm) by 11-3/4 inches (298 mm).
G.
Thin Leading Edge (TLE) Tile: Galloway TLE profile, NOA No. 15-1222.05.
1.
Description: Smooth surface, integrally colored with cloaked interlock provides a slate appearance.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's trim, hip starter.
3.
Size: 17 inches (432 mm) x 13 inches (330 mm) (14 inches (355 mm) x 12 inches (305 mm) exposed). Variable headlap allowed to a maximum of 8 inches (203 mm).
H.
Thin Leading Edge (TLE) Tile: Lothian TLE profile, NOA No. 15-1222.05.
1.
Description: Smooth surface, integrally colored with cloaked interlock and longitudinal score line creates the appearance of narrower slate tiles.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's trim, hip starter.
3.
Size: 17 inches (432 mm) x 13 inches (330 mm) (14 inches (355 mm) x 12 inches (305 mm) exposed). Variable headlap allowed to a maximum of 8 inches (203 mm).
I.
Thin Leading Edge (TLE Tile: Moray TLE profile, NOA No. 15-1222.05.
1.
Description: Smooth surface, integrally colored with cloaked interlock with a randomized surface texture that simulates the texture of real slate or stone roofing.
2.
Accessory Tile: Provide manufacturer's trim, hip starter.
3.
Size: 17 inches (432 mm) x 13 inches (330 mm) (14 inches (355 mm) x 12 inches (305 mm) exposed). Variable headlap allowed to a maximum of 8 inches (203 mm).
2.4
ACCESSORlES
A.
Mortar: Provide manufacturer's Unibond mortar developed from Portland cement, premium oxides, aggregates, polypropylene fibers and chemical additives. Provides a perfect color match with roof tile with excellent adhesive strength and workability with high degree of elasticity and water repellent properties to ensure bond between pieces.
B.
Adhesive: Asphalt plastic roof cement, Type II, non-asbestos, non-running, heavy body material composed of asphalt and other mineral ingredients, formulated for use with concrete roof tile.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select underlayment based on manufacturers recommendations. Delete underlayments not required.
 
C.
Underlayment: Type No. 30, complying with ASTM D226.
D.
Underlayment: Type No. 40 base sheet, complying with ASTM D2626.
E.
Underlayment: Type No. 90, complying with ASTM D6380.
F.
Underlayment: Modified bitumen single ply membrane, minimum 40 mils (1.02 mm) thick.
G.
Underlayment: Self adhere membrane, minimum 40 mils (1.02 mm) thick.
H.
Underlayment: Granular surface SBS modified bitumen membrane, minimum 40 mils (1.02 mm) thick at selvage edge.
I.
Underlayment: Synthetic material must have building code listing showing suitability for use with concrete roof tile.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select nails, screws and adhesives based on manufacturers recommendations. Delete types not required.
 
J.
Fasteners and Adhesives:
1.
Nails: Penetrate deck minimum 3/4 inch (19 mm) or through thickness of deck or batten.
a.
Type: ASTM A641, Class 1.
b.
Type: Aluminum.
c.
Type: Copper or stainless steel.
d.
Type: Hot dipped galvanized.
2.
Screw Fasteners: Penetrate deck minimum 3/4 inch (19 mm) or through thickness of deck or batten.
a.
Type: Corrosion resistant fasteners formed from aluminum.
b.
Type: Corrosion resistant fasteners formed from coated or plated steel.
c.
Type: Corrosion resistant fasteners formed from copper.
d.
Type: Corrosion resistant fasteners formed from silicone bronze brass.
e.
Type: Corrosion resistant fasteners formed from stainless steel.
3.
Foam Adhesives: Code approved adhesive suitable for bonding to concrete tile. Comply with manufacturer's instructions for installation.
a.
Type: Two-component bond by expansion adhesion.
b.
Type: One-component bond by compression.
K.
Storm Clips: Newport Fasteners / Tyle-Tye, ICC ESR 1411.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select flashings based on manufacturers recommendations. Delete flashing not required.
 
L.
Flashings:
1.
Material, Unless Otherwise Indicated. Steel sheet galvanized to G90/Z275 complying with ASTM A653; 26 gage, 0.018 inch (0.457 mm) minimum thickness.
2.
Material, Unless Otherwise Indicated: Sheet copper, 16 oz/square foot 4882 grams per square meter) minimum thickness.
3.
Material, Unless Otherwise Indicated: Sheet lead, 2.5 pounds per square foot (12 kg/sq m) minimum thickness.
4.
Valley Flashings: Preformed W-shape with center diverter.
a.
Type: Single center diverter.
b.
Type: Double center diverter.
c.
Type: Ribbed style with center diverter.
d.
Width: 24 inches (610 mm), minimum.
e.
Height of Center Diverter: 1 inch (25 mm), minimum.
f.
Edge Returns: 3/4- inch (19 mm), minimum.
g.
Lap Joints: 6 inches (152 mm), minimum.
5.
For Plumbing Stacks and Other Pipes Penetrating Roof - Medium and High Profile Tiles: Lead sheet, 2.5 pounds per square foot (12 kg/sq m) minimum thickness; or dead soft aluminum sheet, 0.032 inch (0.8 mm) minimum thickness.
6.
For Plumbing Stacks and Other Pipes Penetrating Roof -- Flat Profile Tiles: Same type as for other flashings or 0.019 inch galvanized (G-90) steel sheet.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select eave closures based on manufacturers recommendations. Delete eave closures not required.
 
M.
Eave Closures:
1.
Prefabricated combination metal eave closure and drip edge, fastened at minimum 12 inches (305 mm) on center along eave.
2.
Prefabricated eave closure, fastened at minimum 18 inches (457 mm) on center along eave.
3.
Prefabricated vented metal eave closure; profile to match tile, fastened at minimum 18 inches (457 mm) on center along eave.
4.
Prefabricated metal eave closure; profile to match tile, fastened at minimum 18 inches (457 mm) on center along eave.
5.
Raised wood fascia/starter strip as indicated on drawings, fasten with minimum 3 fasteners per 38 inch (965 mm) strip.
N.
Horizontal Battens:
1.
Material: Standard or better Douglas Fir, pressure treated, and complying with AWPA for above ground use.
2.
Size: 1 inch (19 mm) by 2 inches (38 mm), for standard installation.
3.
Size: 1 inch (19 mm) by 3 inches (57 mm), over vertical strapping.
4.
Do not use bowed or twisted battens.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select vertical strapping size based on manufacturers recommendations. Delete vertical strapping not required.
 
O.
Vertical Strapping: Set at 24 inches (610 mm), maximum, on center.
1.
Size: 1/4 inch (6 mm) by 1-3/8 inch (35 mm).
2.
Size: 1 inch (19 mm) by 2 inches (38 mm) nominal lumber.
3.
Size: 1 inch (19 mm) by 3 inches (57 mm) nominal lumber.
4.
Size: ____________.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select anchor battens based on manufacturers recommendations. Delete anchor battens not required.
 
P.
Anchor Battens: Standard or better Douglas Fir. Do not use bowed or twisted battens.
1.
Size: 1 inch (19 mm) by 2 inches (38 mm) nominal lumber.
2.
Size: 1 inch (19 mm) by 3 inches (57 mm) nominal lumber.
3.
Size: 2 inches (38 mm) by 2 inches (38 mm) nominal lumber.
2.5
FlNlSHES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select color category. Delete options not required.
 
A.
Provide the following color category:
1.
Standard Color-Thru: Roof tiles produced with one or more color tones blended into the mixture.
2.
Premium Color-Thru: Roof tiles produced with the standard color-thru system using a greater amount of pigment.
3.
Slurry: Application of a color-oxide paste, mixed with cement and applied on the roof tile surface following extrusion.
4.
Custom Blend: Group of two or more colors blended naturally in the mixture.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select closest plant, delete other options. Indicate color selections if decided.
 
B.
Color and Finish: ___________.
C.
Color and Finish: As selected from full line made by the Crown Roof Tiles Arcadia FL plant.
D.
Color and Finish: As selected from full line made by the Crown Roof Tiles Mansfield TX plant.
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Verification of Conditions:
1.
Verify surfaces are uniform, smooth, clean and dry.
2.
Confirm work by others is installed per the project requirements.
3.
Commence installation after required inspections. Do not cover work by others prior to inspection or acceptance.
B.
Do not proceed until unacceptable conditions are corrected.
3.2
PREPARATION
A.
Clean and prepare surfaces in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions to achieve the best results under the project conditions.
3.3
INSTALLATION - GENERAL
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select paragraphs based on project location. Delete paragraphs not required.
 
A.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and the following:
1.
TRI/WSRCA Concrete and Clay Roof Tile Installation Manual for Moderate Climate Regions, 2015 edition. IAPMO UES ER-2015
2.
TRI/WSRCA Concrete and Clay Roof Tile Installation Manual for Cold & Snow Regions.
3.
FRSA./TRI Florida Concrete and Clay Roof Tile Installation Manual 5th Edition.
4.
CAN/CSA-A220.1 Series 06 - Concrete Roof Tiles.
3.4
UNDERLAYMENT APPLICATION
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer instruction and per the standards applicable to the location of the project.
1.
Florida Underlayments selected to comply with FRSA/TRI Florida Concrete and Clay Roof Tile Installation Manual 5th Edition. Reference Tables 1A and 1B, FHW-02, FHW-02B, FHW-02C, FHW-02D.
2.
All others: Install underlayment in accordance with TRI/WSRCA Concrete and Clay Roof Tile Installation Manual for Moderate Climate Regions. Reference TRI Guide Tables 1A and 1B, MC1A, MC 1B.
B.
Ventilation: Install in accordance with TRI Moderate Climate Guide MC-21. Follow vent manufacturer's installation recommendations
C.
Install Nailer Boards at Hips and Ridges:
1.
Use fasteners of sufficient length to penetrate minimum 3/4 inch (19 mm) into trusses.
2.
Attach with No. 26 gage (0.018 inch) galvanized strapping minimum 24 inches (610 mm) on center.
3.
For adhesive applications use Metal Structure Hip and Ridge Support in accordance with FRSA/TRI High Wind Guide Fifth Edition - FHW-14A.
3.5
FLASHING INSTALLATION
A.
Install flashings to shed water and prevent water penetration under tiles.
B.
Valleys: Install preformed metal flashing over underlayment.
1.
Install according to TRI Moderate Climate Guide MC 03, MC 03A, MC-12B, MC-17, MC-17A, MC-17B, MC-17C, MC-17D.
2.
Install in accordance with FRSA/TRI High Wind Guide Fifth Edition, reference sections FHW-03, FHW-04, FHW-09, FHW-12.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select valley type as shown on the Drawings. Delete type not required.
 
3.
Closed Valley: Miter tile to form straight border at center of valley.
4.
Open Valley: Miter tile to form straight border a minimum of 2 inches (51 mm) back from the center of the valley on each side.
C.
Side Wall Flashing: Install flashings to shed water and prevent water penetration under tiles.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraphs in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations. Excessive flow may require wider metal pan.
 
1.
Install tile pan according to TRI Guide, reference sections MC-12, MC-12A, MC-12B, MC-13, MC-13A.
2.
Install step flashing according to TRI Moderate Climate Guide MC-14A, MC-15A, MC-16B, MC-17D.
3.
Install Easy Form Plus - NOA No. 15-1222.03 - installed to manufacturer instructions.
4.
Install according to FRSA/TRI High Wind Guide Fifth Edition, reference sections FHW-05, FHW-06, FHW-15.
D.
Counter Flashing: Install flashing or cladding to shed water onto tile or tile flashing.
1.
Install according to TRI Moderate Climate Guide, reference sections MC-11, MC-11A, MC-12, MC-12A, MC-13, MC-13A, MC-14, MC-14A, MC-15, MC-15A, MC-16A, MC-16B.
2.
Install according to FRSA/TRI High Wind Guide Fifth Edition, reference FHW-05, FHW-05A, FHJW-05B, FHW-06, FHW-12A
E.
Install batten extenders to support tile over flashing.
F.
Install tiles not to inhibit water flow on flashings.
G.
Head and Apron Flashing: Install flashings to shed water and prevent water penetration under tiles.
1.
Install according to TRI Moderate Climate Guide, reference sections MC-11, MC-11A, MC-14, MC-14A, MC-15, MC-15A, MC-16A, MC-16B, MC-17D, MC-18C, MC-21,MC-22.
2.
Install according to FRSA/TRI High Wind Guide Fifth Edition, reference FHW-05A, FHW-05B, FHW-06
3.
Easy Form Plus - NOA No. 15-1222.03 - installed to manufacturer instructions.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For self-curbing or prefabricated skylights, edit in accordance with the skylight manufacturers recommendations.
 
H.
Flashing at Curb Mounted Items:
1.
Install curb high enough to meet tile height.
2.
Turn up underlayment a minimum of 4 inches (102 mm) at all sides of curbing.
3.
Install flashing as noted above for side wall.
4.
Easy Form Plus - NOA No. 15-1222.03 - installed to manufacturer instructions.
I.
Flashing at Plumbing Stacks, Pipes, Turbines, Vents, and Similar Locations:
1.
Install according to TRI Moderate Climate Guide, reference sections MC-02, MC-21.
2.
Install according to FRSA/TRI High Wind Guide Fifth Edition, reference FHW-07, FHW-08
3.
Install Easy Form Plus - NOA No. 15-1222.03 - installed to manufacturer instructions
J.
Coatings: Apply color coordinated paint to all exposed metal flashings.
3.6
BATTEN INSTALLATION
A.
Install according to TRI Moderate Climate Guide, reference sections Table 1A, Table 1B, Table 3, MC-04 or MC-05, MC-06, MC-06A.
B.
Install according to FRSA/TRI High Wind Guide Fifth Edition, reference Batten Installation on Pages 8, 9, FHW-10.
3.7
TILE INSTALLATION
A.
Layout: Provide minimum 3-inch headlap for all field tiles.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete layout and alignment paragraphs not required.
 
1.
Course layout according to TRI Moderate Climate Guide, reference sections MC-08, MC-09, MC-08A.
2.
Course layout according to FRSA/TRI High Wind Guide Fifth Edition, reference sections FHW-18, FHW-19.
3.
Vertical row alignment according to TRI Moderate Climate Guide, reference sections MC-07.
4.
Vertical row alignment according to FRSA/TRI High Wind Guide Fifth Edition, reference section FHW-17.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following based on the Drawings and tile type. Cross bond is recommended for flat tile. Delete type not required.
 
5.
Coursing: Staggered/cross bond.
6.
Coursing: Straight bond.
B.
Tile Loading: Stacks to be uniformly loaded on roof to distribute weight evenly and facilitate efficient installation of the roof tiles.
1.
Tiles to be loaded according to TRI Moderate Climate Guide, reference sections MC-09.
2.
Tiles to be loaded according to FRSA/TRI High Wind Guide Fifth Edition, reference sections FHW-19.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Choose installation type based on project conditions and manufacturer recommendations. Delete not required.
 
C.
Field Tile Fastening: Tiles must be fasten to resist wind uplift loads.
1.
Field Tiles to be attached in accordance with TRI Moderate Climate Guide, reference Table 1A, Table 1B, Appendix B - Tables 5A, 5B, 5C, 5D, Tables 6A, 6B, 6C, 6D, 6E and Table 7, Table 8, Tables 9A, 9B, 9C, 9D, Tables 10A, 10B, Table 11.
2.
Field Tiles to be attached according to FRSA/TRI High Wind Guide Fifth Edition, reference Table 1, Table 1A, Table 2A, Table 2B, Table 3.
D.
Cut field tile to form straight edge at center of hip, ridge and valley.
E.
Install eave closures and storm clips in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and project conditions.
F.
Hips:
1.
Use prefabricated, standard hip tiles as starter.
2.
Miter tile as hip starter to match eave lines.
3.
Form end with color coordinated mortar.
G.
Hips and Ridges, Mechanically fastened:
1.
Trim tiles to be installed according to TRI Moderate Climate Guide, reference sections MC-18, MC_18A, MC-18B, MC-18C.
2.
Trim tiles to be installed according to FRSA/TRI High Wind Guide Fifth Edition, reference Pages 10, 11- Hip and Ridge Installation, FHW-13, FHW-13A, FHW-14, FHW-14A.
3.
Provide weatherblocking with Type 30 asphalt felt, pressure sensitive adhesive, mortar, or preformed metal or plastic closure material
H.
Rakes and Gables:
1.
Use prefabricated gable metal in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
2.
Install tiles so as not to inhibit water flow on flashings.
I.
Rakes and Gables: Use rake tile.
1.
Rake trim tiles to be installed according to TRI Moderate Climate Guide, reference sections MC-19, MC-19A, MC-19B.
2.
Rake trim tiles to be installed according to FRSA/TRI High Wind Guide Fifth Edition, reference Page 11- Rake/Gable.
J.
Chimneys: Install according to TRI Moderate Climate Guide MC-14, MC-14A, MC-15, MC-15A.
K.
Skyligihts: Install according to TRI Moderate Climate Guide MC-MC-16, MC-16A, MC-16.
3.8
CLEANING
A.
Remove all broken tile, debris and excess tile from roof.
B.
Sweep cut tiles clean.
3.9
REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT
A.
Damaged Tile:
1.
Break out damaged roof tile.
2.
Repair torn underlayment.
3.
Remove or drive fastener flush and seal resulting hole.
4.
Apply minimum 3/8 inch (10 mm) by 2 inch (51 mm) bead of approved adhesive on tile in course below replacement tile.
5.
Immediately set replacement tile in position assuring proper contact.
B.
Damaged Small Valley and Hip Cuts:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For hip cuts on roof pitches greater than 7:12, mechanical fastening may be required.
 
1.
Apply a minimum of 3/8 inch (10 mm) by 2 inch (51 mm) bead of approved adhesive at head of cut tile.
2.
Immediately set tile in course above in position assuring proper contact.
3.10
PROTECTION
A.
Protect installed products until completion of project.
B.
Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.
END OF SECTION