If you’re looking for a roof that’s durable, versatile, energy-efficient, and sustainable, you need to look no further than a tile roof. Clay tiles are not only attractive but can last for decades and even help keep you safe if your house catches on fire.
Benefits of tile roofs
A tile roof has a longer lifespan than most other types of roofing materials. The average clay tile roof lasts for up to 100 years. It’s not an exaggeration to say that a clay roof is the last roof you’ll ever have to buy for your home.
Clay tiles adapt well to most any architectural style. Although terra cotta-colored tiles are the most popular, clay tiles are also available in beige, green, brown, blue, gray, and mauve hues.
Clay tiles are 100% recyclable and do not deplete any natural resources, as wooden shingles and other types of roofing do. In addition, the long lifespan of clay tiles means that you’ll require fewer roofing products for your home over time.
4. Energy efficiency.
The domed shape of clay tiles offers natural ventilation, keeping your attic cool and preventing condensation from forming. This means that your cooling system doesn’t have to work as hard and will, thus, use less energy.
5. Fire resistant.
Since clay doesn’t burn like many other roofing materials do, having a clay roof can give you and your family extra time to escape a house fire.
To learn more about adding a beautiful, energy-efficient tile roof to your property, contact us today!