The Montchanin tile is the worthy heir to the very first interlocking tiles built in the middle of the 19th Century. Its central lozenge and lower triangle divert rainwater and protect the interlocks. Montchanin is very popular for renovation projects, because it fits with many models of similar kind, manufactured during decades since the 1850’s. Its «retro» look also makes it quite popular on modern constructions.
The variable gauge, the side exposure and its strength and now a new nailhole make the Montachin tile a reference for trouble-free laying.
The genuine rehabilitation tile
The top and side interlocks guarantee an excellent compatibility with most older “Diamond-profile” tiles based on the original model, and produced across Europe during the past 150 years.
The traditional diamond gives the Montchanin tile its retro look, which delights those who appreciate early 20th Century architectures.