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What is Tile Roofing?
Tile roofing is an appealing roofing option commonly featured on sloped roofs. This roofing material is extremely durable and capable of lasting numerous decades when installed correctly.
While tile materials are more expensive than other options, many property owners believe their aesthetic, durability, and longevity more than justify the price. Additionally, the extended lifespan of this long-lasting roofing material results in a comparatively low cost in the long run.
Tile roofing is an excellent choice for roofs that experience extreme heat or exposure to salty air. Many styles are also efficient at shedding rainfall, making tile roofing ideal for Colorado Springs properties with the fast bursts of heavy rain fall.
Tiles are available in a vast array of colors, profiles, and shapes that give any building a distinctive, beautiful roof. Although often associated with the coastal styles, clay and concrete roof tiles can match any style of architecture, including colonial and contemporary.
The clay tiles are environmentally friendly as they are made from natural material and cannot suffer damage from fire. Their shape protects against strong winds while also creating an air pocket that insulates the home.
The most common clay color is Terra-Cotta, although potential clay tile colors include all of the natural earth tones of white, yellow, orange, and brown. Other colors are possible with the addition of enamels to create ceramic tiles.
Concrete tiles can simulate multiple different styles with a variety of profile options, and a paint-like material can finish the exposed surfaces of the roofing. Concrete tiles also features additional water locks to prevent leaks.
How is Tile Roofing Installed?
Tile roofing is exceptionally heavy and challenging to install. Potential buildings must possess a substantial roof structure capable of handling the weight, which can reach thousands of pounds, and buildings may require structural reinforcement. Tiles are also best suited only for roofs with relatively steep slopes.
Installation of the tiles requires professional contractors with extensive experience as tile roofing requires meticulous measurement and placement in a specific pattern to ensure that no moisture penetrates the roof. The tiles need to be cut precisely to form all of the corners of the roof and any intersecting parts of the roof. Our tile crews are experts at getting the perfect fit for any type of tile roofing that comes out looking amazing.
What are the Benefits of Tile Roofing?
Tile roofing boasts a long list of benefits unrivaled by nearly any other material, the most easily noticeably being natural aesthetics. The beauty of tile roofing has held value for thousands of years while reliably maintaining its color and shape for a an exceptionally long lifespan.
The roofing material’s prominence in certain climates also results from the tile’s excellent energy efficiency. Tile roofing features exceptional thermal properties that reduce heat loss or gain due to the natural air ventilation under the roof, creating a heat transfer barrier and lowering energy costs.
Tile roofing offers unique lifetime value as a substantial investment for customers seeking the premier roofing material for their building. After installation, tile roofs are incredibly easy to repair and require practically no maintenance. Houses that utilize this roofing material enjoy higher appraisal value and can typically sell at higher prices.
What Is the Typical Lifespan of Tile Roofing?
Of all the roofing materials available today, tile roofing offers the best lifespan and longevity for building owners. Clay and concrete tiles are incredibly strong and durable, boasting extreme resistance to severe weather conditions.
Tiles can resist fire, withstand hurricane-force winds, avoid damage from hail larger than golf balls, and even exceed seismic load requirements. When damage does occur, one can easily replace a damaged tile individually, avoiding the necessity for re-installation.
While other materials may require you to replace your roof every 5 – 15 years, customers have seen a lifespan of over 50 years for correctly installed tiled roofing, with many tile roofs enduring almost a century today.
How Much Does Tile Roofing Cost To Install?
There are many factors that go into the overall cost of having a new Tile roofing system installed, but it can be broken down pretty easily. Below are some of the factors to consider when figuring out pricing of your roof system.
- What condition is your roof in? Will it need restoration?
- What is the overall size of your roof?
- How easy will it be for roofing crews to access your rooftop?
- What type of insulation do you need?
- What type of tile do you need?
- Do you prefer a certain way of installation over another?
- How many and how difficult are the protrusions on your roof(ac units, electrical, vents, etc)
- What type of warranty are you looking for?
We're Experts At Tile Roofing Installations
Overhead Roofing Of Colorado Springs has completed hundreds of tile roof installations all across the Pikes Peak region and we would be happy to install one for you as well. We work on residential & commercial properties and back all of our work with solid warranties for your peace of mind.
Our high-quality materials, superior craftsmanship, spotless cleanup, and competitive pricing guarantee the best tile roofing experience available. We offer free estimates on tile roofing projects, so give us a call today to schedule an appointment.
Serving Colorado Springs And Surrounding Areas
We provide exceptional tile roofing services all over the Pikes Peak region.
Some of the cities we service are: Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs, Knob Hill, Cimarron Hills, Stratmoor, Security-Widefield, Fountain, Fort Carson, Black Forest, Air Force Academy, Falcon, Calhan, Elbert, Monument, Gleneagle, Woodmoor, Peyton, Eastonville, Ellicott, Yoder, Woodland Park, Green Mountain Falls, Cascade, Palmer Lake, Larkspur & beyond.