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Old 19th March 2013, 08:45 AM
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Googled the tiles, theyre fabulous, but Think they're still too heavy - 120 sq mtrs at over 40 kgs per sq mtr seems a lot of weight .....also can't work out how they're screwed down. Builders down here still use tons of mezcla for their concrete bunkers, so trying to re-educate them will be an interesting challenge.

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Well here where I live in Lorca, there would be no requirement for an architect or a 'proyecto' as the work shown would come under 'small works licence'. ( Licencia de obras menores.) l
If the roof exists & doesn't require any modifications & the tiles can go straight on it then a licence for the tiles would be all that is required. If it requires all that mysticmick has shown in his excellent photo's then a licence for change of roof tiles & supporting beams would be needed.
It is best to ask specifically in your local town hall municipal building department as it is quite likely an architect may not be needed.

In Asturias you need a license the moment you begin to remove or modify anything structural. Unfortunately, the photos that I posted did not show the large quantity of deteriorated/insect infected structural timbers we had to change. We had a 9 foot wide bonfire for 24 hours with the wood that could not be salvaged.

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With the curved part of the tile on the left in the top right corner between the two raised ridges there is a nail/screw hole that is preformed in the tile approx 95% through. If using nails the first blow just takes the tiny bottom piece out. You can do the same with a screw although it has a tendecy to ride up. When we did our house my wife just ran them through with a masonry drill & this stops the tile riding up.

When we did next door & screwed straight to insulated panels putting your foot on the tile prevents it riding up.

If you go on the escandella site here;

La Escandella - Products: Our roof tiles - Mixed 'S' Roof Tile - Red: Installation guides

Open the installation guide & it shows you various methods of fixing plus minimum slope etc:

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Cheers for this....any ideas on what the Spanish call a surveyor? Don't think we need an architect, but a structural engineer...think it's a Perito? Any body help? The last architect we had kindly offered we pump hundreds of tons of concrete underneath, or perhaps we'd like to consider a rebuild?? Errrrrm no! Just a pantile water tight roof thanks...

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I need an Aperajador or summat...... Technical engineer to do a structural survey in Huelva province. Has anyone any experience of this, costs,etc. before I make an appointment for site visit? Please respond!

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Ask around at a couple of Architects as they will either have Aperajador associates or recommend a local one. get a couple of prices if you can.

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Will do - cheers!

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