Concrete & Clay Tile Roofing
Concrete Tile Roofing is a mixture of sand, cement, and water that are molded together with heat and high pressure. These roofs are made with water locks that it will help prevent water infiltration. Concrete Tile Roofs coming in three different appearances flat profile, low profile, and high profile along with many different colors and textures. As they have many physical advantages Concrete Tile Roofs also have a beautiful curb appeal.
Clay Tile Roofing is typically made from local available materials like clay and water and are mainly made to keep rain out. They come in many different profiles or shapes that include: flat tiles, imbrex and tegula, roman tiles, pantiles, monk and nun tiles, interlocking roof tiles, and antefixes. Clay Tile Roofing as been around since BC era and still holds the same advantages today.
Advantages of Concrete & Clay Tile Roofing
Concrete and Clay Tile Roofs both have very similar advantages, these include:
- Long Lifespan
- Class A fire tested
- High Wind Tested
- Not susceptible to mold or rot
- Aesthetic Appeal
- Hail/ Impact Tested
- Energy Efficient
- Low Maintenance
- Resists animals and bugs
Not every roofer works in tile and it’s important to pick a roofer that knows of the prep work and proper products to ensure the roof never has any issues that could have been avoidable.
With regular maintenance, a concrete / clay tile roof should last a lifetime.
Several of our team members are tile roofing institute certified and we adhere to all manufacture install best practices. Contact GreenLeaf Roofing today for a free estimate!