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    ​Residential roofing

    Tile Roof
    ​Residential roofing

Tile Roofing

Tile roofs come in clay or concrete, and are one of the oldest materials used for roofing. There are a variety of differences between tile materials including but not limited to discoloration with age, energy efficiency, and price. The color of concrete tiles fade with time, while the color of clay tiles generally darken or stay the same, which can change the energy efficiency of the roof. In regards to price, clay tiles are the pricier option of the two.

While typically providing an old-world appearance, tile roofs can be individualized to differ in color and style. For example, tile roofs come in a variety of models such as the undulating waves seen in the classic Spanish style, or a flatter appearance found in Flat Shake, or Pantile. Tile roofs are a good option for someone who wants to make a statement with a long lasting, and fire resistant material.


  • A “Green” choice: Tiles are not only produced without any chemical preservatives or nonrenewable resources, but are completely recyclable as well. When the correct tiles are selected, they can even aid in the insulation of your project.
  • Fire safe: Tiles are non-combustible as purchased, and do not require any additional treatments to remain fire resistant.
  • Long lasting: Tile roof are durable and require little maintenance. While these roofs generally last a lifetime, small repairs may need to be made throughout its life. These repairs can be made through the simple removal and reinstallation of the damaged tiles.

Manufacturers that we commonly work with are Boral Roofing and Eagle Roofing Product. Both of which offer a variety of tile styles. To read more about these manufacturers, please click on the links below:







How do I know if I need a new roof?

Roof age should be considered when determining whether a roof needs replacement or not. In addition to this, we recommend inspecting your roof at least once a year to look for things such as cracked, warped, or missing shingles as well as signs from inside the structure such as peeling wallpaper or cracked paint. If you notice any of these signs you should call one of our roofing experts over to take a look.

How long does a composite roof last?

Although the exact number depends on the type of composite shingle chosen and the yearly amount of wear and tear on the roof, they can last up to 50 years.

Are warranties offered?

Yes. Most composite roofing products come with warranties between 10 and 50 year non-prorated. For more information about warranties, please click on the following link

How long will my roofing project take?

This will depend on factors such as the square footage of your job, how steep your roof is, and the type of roof being installed. On average, installing a new roof takes less than one week of work, but additional time is always needed in order to pass the County’s inspection. The time an inspection takes depends on which County house we need to go to.


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