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The Different Types of Tile Roofing & Their Benefits

Tile is one of the oldest roofing materials, and for good reason. Most modern roofs are expected to last a few decades at most, but tile roofs can last up to 100 years! There are many different types of roof tiles to choose from for your South Florida home that are stylish and durable. Let’s look at the different types of roof tiles we use at T & E Roofing and the benefits of each.


Clay Roof Tiles

Clay tiles are the most popular choice for homes in South Florida. They’re available in a wide range of natural colors, and they can last for upwards of 100 years or more. Throughout history, this roofing material has been favored for its durability and fire resistance, along with its ability to retain its color over the years. Florida roofers recommend clay tiles because they’re built to withstand the high temperatures and extreme weather conditions that are common in our region. Although they’re pricier than other roofing materials like asphalt shingles, they outperform their competitors every time.


Slate Roof Tiles

Slate tiles are a natural-looking roofing option that comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. Their color is based on the mineral content, but they’re available in shades of black, grey, purple, red and rust. Slate tiles are also very durable, and with proper maintenance, they can last up to 100 years before needing to be replaced. Because of their long-lasting and fade-resistant design, they’re a great type of roof tiles for South Florida homes and businesses. Best of all, slate tiles are a low-maintenance roofing option.


Composite Roof Tiles

Composite tiles are made from acrylic, which is a combination of sustainable products and plastics with a stone or gravel layer on top. They resemble the look of asphalt roof shingles, but it’s a much more durable and long-lasting roofing material. Because of this, they’re a great choice for homeowners who want to blend in with other houses in the neighborhood without compromising on quality. They’ll look great while withstanding the extreme heat and winds that are common in South Florida. Composite tiles are also mold and mildew-resistant, which makes them a low-maintenance roofing option.


Concrete Roof Tiles

Concrete roof tiles (or cement roofing tiles) are created by blending cement with sand, water, and dyes. They’re carefully molded into unique shapes to create roofs that look like they’re made from wood shake shingles, slate tiles, or even clay tiles. Concrete roof tiles are a more affordable option than clay tiles, and they’re also less likely to break or crumble over time. They come in a variety of color options to match your home’s aesthetic, and they’re resistant to wind and hail, which is essential during hurricane season here in South Florida.


See Which Type of Roofing Tile is Right for You at T&E Roofing!

Your home or business is a unique structure that has its own character and needs. At T & E Roofing, we’re committed to providing customized roofing services to every customer with 100% satisfaction as our goal. There are many different types of roof tiles, and when it comes to roofing, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. Our family-owned business is here to help you pick the roofing material that meets your needs and budget best. With over 15 years of combined experience, we’re confident that we can make your roof look fabulous and last for years. Trust our roofing experts to help you find the right roofing tiles for your home or business. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for a free estimate on your roof replacement.



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