If you are looking for a durable and environment-friendly roofing system, tile roof might be the ideal choice. This type is known for its long life span the lack of chemical preservatives during production. There are two types of tile roofs: clay tile and concrete tile. Both have the same benefits, but are produced in different ways.
Here’s Tugwell Roofing to discuss what tile roofing is all about.
Clay Vs. Concrete
Clay tiles are made of baked molded clay heated under high temperatures. These are popular for having a long lasting color and strength. Concrete tiles, on the other hand, are produced by mixing water, cement, and sand. These are also molded under high temperatures. What make them unique are the interlocking ribs that protect the roof from water infiltration.
Benefits of Tile Roofs
In Chico roofing contractors, particularly Tugwell Roofing, recommend tile roofs because of their unique features and benefits, which include the following:
Superior Durability – Tile roofs can last for 50 to 100 years. As these feature a tough outer shell that provides protection against water. Moreover, tile’s durability allows it to withstand heavy rains, storms, and other harsh elements. Tugwell Roofing’s tile roofs also have a class-A rating fireproofing ability.
Low Maintenance Requirement – With this type of roofing system, you won’t have to spend too much time maintaining it. Another good thing is that roof repair in Chico can be easily done because the tiles are installed individually. The durability and the need for low maintenance make tile roofs cost-effective in the long run.
Aesthetic Appeal – As your roof is one of the first things that people notice about your home, it’s important that it adds appeal to your house. Tugwell Roofing offers a wide range of tile colors and patterns. This gives you a chance to mix, match, and make sure that your roofing system goes well with the overall look of your home.
With these features and benefits, you can enjoy the protection and value tile roofs can provide your home. For more information, contact us at (530) 222-9983 in Redding or (530) 895-9983 in Chico.