Zip Clip tile fasteners
The Zipclip is a lightweight, adjustable, corrosion proof, glass reinforced polymer (nylon) clip for holding roof tiles in place on wooden battens.
Zip Clip was developed to deal with numerous tile clipping issues.
Invented by Greg Hay and Peter O'DoughertyCheck out their website.
The email address above is your way to contact Greg and Peter, as you can see it is not clickable, but an image. I am sorry but you will have to copy it by hand, as otherwise the guys would very soon get swamped by spam.
The guy's have got some pretty persuasive arguments here.
For me the main factors are strength, strength, and strength again: knowing that the strength will still be there in years to come, because of the corrosion resistance.
It is a fact that we are experiencing more and more severe weather events, and we have to build for the world we have, and not the world as it used to be.
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