Clay tile roofs are popular in the U.S. southwest and south east, especially in houses with a Spanish motif. This type of roof provides a unique and stately appearance which is well suited for larger homes. With its ability to withstand extreme weather conditions, high wind, high heat and severe cold, clay tile is an excellent choice for a new roof or roof replacement.
Concrete roof tile is made of sand, cement, and water. The exact materials vary somewhat with each manufacturer but basically contain Portland cement, blended hydraulic cements and fly ash, sand, and other aggregates. The products from most manufacturers look very similar in size and shapes and colors.
Designed to reflect the classic style and distinctiveness of Spanish architecture popular in the early Southern California Missions, Boral Roofing's Mission S Tiles offer distinct hue combinations that create a beautiful, rustic appearance with classic style and the durability of concrete.
Dimensional shingles, also known as architectural or laminated shingles, have actually been popular for a number of years, but the question of what they are continues to grow as more stylish, eye-catching options come to market.
Offering the beauty and style of Mediterranean Tile and the lightweight components of stone coated steel; adds a unique elegance to any home. With a long-standing reputation for performance, longevity and versatility
Metal, most often Galvalume steel, is consistently chosen as the roof material for projects with roof slopes of 1/2:12 or greater. There are several forms and styles of metal roofing; the most common are the vertical standing seam roof design. Standing Seam Metal Roof Panel Systems have proven to be an extremely effective and long lasting material choice when installed properly.