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Clay Tile Roofing
Clay tile is an exceptional roofing choice for South Western & Coastal homes for some very good reasons: *Incredible durability. A clay tile roof is so durable, it can easily outlast the structure it tops. It’s also resistant to fire, hail, moisture absorption, mold/algae growth and insects. *Sustainability. Because it’s made from all-natural, chemically-inert materials and is fully recyclable at the end of its lifespan, clay tile is an eco-friendly choice. *Energy savings. Clay is a natural insulator, and because air can easily circulate under the installed tiles, your home stays cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter so you conserve energy. *Distinctive appeal. Clay tiles are available in a range of distinctive profiles, glossy and matte finishes, and an array of glorious, earthy color blends to suit any aesthetic and architectural style.
Asphalt Composite Shingles
Asphalt composite shingles are the most popular roofing material in North America. Made from a fiberglass base topped with asphalt and mineral granules, these three-tab shingles are an all-around good choice for most home roofing needs. They typically come with a 20- to 30-year warranty, and replacing individual shingles that are damaged is a fairly easy job. Virtually every roofing company is familiar with installing these singles. Composite shingles excel at flexing and adapting to a roof's movements due to expansion and contraction.
Concrete tile is an alternative to clay tile, with similar installation techniques and similar advantages. Concrete tiles are molded from standard sand-mix concrete colored to whatever hues are desired. A variety of profiles are available, some of which resemble rolled clay tiles, others that are low-profile resembling wood shakes. Concrete tile is sometimes finished with a decorative coating. It is a very heavy roofing material, making it a good choice in high-wind regions.