Orlando Tile Roofing gurus can provide any tile roofing solutions while delivering some of the most spectacular roofing solutions for both residential and commercial property owners. Using overlapping roof tiles that are firmly bonded to a solid base or roof deck, our tile roofing systems can be installed on almost any type of rooftop. When it comes to installing tile roofs, you need q qualified, not to mention, a highly experienced roofer that knows and understands a wide range of different roof tile types and forms.
Clay and Slate Roof Tile
Historically, clay roof tiles were one of the first forms of roofing materials to be developed, having been produced hundreds of years before. Clay is very moldable, has a wide range of color possibilities, and keeps its color well. In contrast to traditional clay tile roofs, which were often orange or red in color, today's clay tiles are available in a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes, and have been sealed to withstand water absorption. Slate Roof Tiles is a type of roof tile made from natural stone that has a unique look with significant color variations. It is also a great fire-resistant roofing material, is long-lasting and tough. Many clay or synthetic roof tile solutions replicate the shape and feel of slate due to its appeal as an aesthetic.
Concrete Roof Tiles
The use of concrete roof tiles is another popular option among homeowners. Concrete tiles, often known as cement roof tiles, are comprised of Portland cement, sand, water, and occasionally different dyes for various hues. Many different forms and textures are produced in factories to mimic the appearance of wood shake shingles, clay tiles, or slate tiles. Wind and hail damage to the roof is no match for their resilience. When comparing clay roof tiles to concrete roof tiles, keep in mind that clay roof tiles will last longer. In addition to being extremely heavy, concrete roof tiles also need a roof structure that has been modified to accommodate the weight of these stone roofs.
Synthetic Roof Slates
Slate roof tiles made of synthetic materials mimic the look and feel of natural slate. However, Synthetic roof slates are lightweight and eliminate the headache of repairing damaged tiles. Most synthetic roof tile options have a class 4 impact certification and can be tailored in a vast range of colors. Synthetic roof slates are made from composite material therefore it is our most environmentally friendly roofing solution.
Metal Roof Tiles
Metal Roof Tiles are available in a variety of designs and forms that are used to resemble several various products such as barrel tiles, slate tiles, wood shake tiles, and even standard shingles patterns. Because of their lightweight and convenience of installation, metal roof tiles have become increasingly popular. As mentioned earlier, Metal roof tiles are very durable, long-lasting, and in comparison, to other roofing materials, lower in cost. Again, we have to mention the low maintenance needed for any metal roofing solution.