Concrete and clay roof tiles are resistant to fire, hail and moisture. Tile roofs help conserve energy in cold and warm climates since air can circulate under the loosely laid tiles making homes warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Roof tile can come in a multitude of color and architectural styles.
When it comes to selecting a residential roofing system for your home, Roof Tiles that continue to raise the bar, providing a Beautiful and Reliable Roofing solution for any residence. In addition to having a variety of colors to choose from, cedar shingles are durable and easy to maintain.
The Benefits of Roof Tiles
First of all, aside from its appearance, this type of roofing material is prized for its longevity. The tiles won’t rot, and they are resistant to fire and insect damage. Plus, they stand up to heavy rains, freeze/thaw cycles and other extreme weather.
Roof tiles can last for many decades, much longer than many other roofing materials. And they require little maintenance to remain in good condition. This material has proven its ability to endure the test of time.
And as today’s roofing products use essentially the same materials and processes, you can rest assured that the tiles have a long life span, even in northern Utah climate extremes.
Clay also offers insulating properties. Because air can circulate under the tiles, inside temperatures remain warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.