Tile Roofing

Tile roofing is incomparable when it comes to looking beautiful and being incredibly durable. On the one hand, it can drastically increase your home’s curb appeal. On the other hand, it can withstand intense heat, high winds, heavy hail, and whatever Mother Nature throws at it.

Although they are on the most premium end of pricing for roofing systems, they are well worth the upfront cost. The average lifespan of a tile roof is roughly 50 years.

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main Advantages of Tile Roofing

Highly Resistant Material

Tile is tougher than the toughest weather conditions. A tile roof is known for its ability to shrug off the high winds, intense hail, and even extreme heat that could affect a home.

Energy Efficiency

Tile's energy efficiency will reduce your monthly bills. Because of the way tile roofs are designed and constructed, there is a small gap underneath the tiles that are perfect for blocking out the sun's heat from coming into the home.

Low Maintenance Required

Tile roofing is very low maintenance relative to other roofing systems. These tiles are so weather resistant that very little maintenance is required to keep it in good shape for the long term.

Environmentally friendly 

Tile roofing is environmentally friendly relative to other popular roofing solutions. Tiles are often produced from clay or concrete and are easily recyclable at the end of their life.