Tile Roofing

Tile roofing is created and designed in various colors, materials, shapes, sizes and styles. The weight of the roof tiles vary depending on which material you decide on. Our tile roofing options comprise of the following:

  • Clay Tiles: This centuries-old material is long lasting, has great mobility, and offers great color retention.
  • Concrete Tiles: A mixture of portland cement, sand, and water; this material offers great resistance to wind and hail damage.
  • Slate Tiles: Traditionally being manufactured from rock, this material is known for its natural appearance, longevity, and durability.
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Installation Process


Before installation may begin, the roof must be prepared by cleaning the existing roof substrate or removing the old roofing material.


Once this is done, each tile laid out will be individually secured to the roof deck with nails.


Once a secured row of tiles is laid out at the lower most part of a roof, the process will be repeated by overlapping the next row of tiles over the previous one.

Pros and Cons of Tile Roofing


  • Tile roofs can last well over 100 years when installed in the right climate as clay and concrete tile roofs are known to be exceptional against the elements.
  • Tile roofs do not sustain any rot or insect damage, and unlike wood, tile roofs do not decay.
  • Energy efficient due to the heat absorbing capabilities of the tiles which help regulate the indoor temperature of a building.
  • Leaks and other damages are rare with tile roofs which makes maintenance extremely low.


  • Tile roofing is typically a more expensive roofing option to go with due to its overall capabilities and longevity.
  • It is the heaviest roofing option to choose from, requiring a strong roof structure to sustain the weight.
  • Tile roofs can only be installed on roofs with significantly sharp slopes.