Clay Tile Roofing

Clay tile roofing, which comes in a number of hues, offers wonderful aesthetics for homes with a southwestern or Spanish Mission design as well as some modern design. Tile roofing has an extraordinarily long lifespan and is anticipated to last longer than the material it is supported by. Tile is impervious to rot, fire, and insect damage. It comes in a wide range of colors, varieties, styles, and brands and needs no care. Walking on the clay tiles might be challenging because they are brittle in themselves. They are exceptionally resistant to the elements, especially harmful UV radiation, despite being delicate to weight.

Benefits of Clay Tile

  • Ventilation & Insulation – A heat transfer barrier created by natural air ventilation under the tile can help keep a home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.
  • Reflectivity – Tiles have been shown to have the ability to reduce the transfer of heat by up to 70% in independent tests conducted at the National Lab of the Department of Energy.
  • Longevity – Among all roofing materials, roofing tiles have some of the lowest lifecycle costs. Tile roofing from centuries ago are still standing strong today! The typical lifespan of a tile roof is 50 years or more.
  • Design – Any architectural style needed for the building structure can be matched by the roof tiles. They are made to seem like traditional barrel roofs or other types of roofing, such slate and wood.
  • Environment Friendly – Materials are produced without the use of chemical preservatives, which would deplete the earth’s finite supply of resources, and all trash can be recycled rather than ending up in landfills.
  • Severe Weather Resistant – With the underlayment acting as an additional protection, roof tiles offer a durable, water-shedding outer layer that can withstand damage from hailstones up to 2”. The tiles have undergone testing and design for winds of 150 mph.

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