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Tile roofs have been highly valued for thousands of years for their natural aesthetics. Unlike wood or asphalt shingles, tile holds its color and maintains its beauty for a longer lifespan with minimal maintenance.
Tile roofs are exceptionally resistant to water, fire, wind and insect damage. Tile roofs can last for decades if maintained properly.
Natural air ventilation under the tiles creates a heat transfer barrier that can help cool a house in summer and warm it in winter, lowering energy costs by as much as 20%.
Tile roofing is made from raw materials and can be entirely recycled at the end of its lifespan, unlike asphalt shingles, which often end up in landfills.
Concrete and clay tiles come in a wide array of colors, from light shades to dark or multi-colored, making it easy to coordinate your roof with exterior colors.
Yes, tile roofs are superior to shingles when it comes to storm resistance. Tile roofs are known to be sturdier, last longer, and can better withstand hurricane winds and gusts.
Tile roofs are great insulators. The combined effect of roof tiles, decking, and air space between the tiles allows for better air circulation which can reduce direct heat transfer by up to 50%. This all adds up to lower air conditioning bills in the summer months!
Yes! Tile roof colors range from earth tones that blend in with the environment to vivid accent colors like black, blue, or even white to help reduce summertime cooling bills. You can also select blended colors or place different colored tiles in patterns across the roof surface. Schedule a free estimate to discover more design possibilities.
Absolutely. While Spanish-style barrel-shaped tile may come to mind first, clay or concrete tile is available in a multitude of shapes, profiles, and colors to fit any architectural style. The possibilities are virtually limitless.