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Tile Roofs Vero Beach  are expensive in comparison to most other roofing options, hopefully the information below will help you compare the benefits of a tile roof verus the cost. If you love  the distinctive and attractive look of roof tiles? then you are a number of Indian River County’s residents who choose tiles as the roofing material of choisce for their  homes.

When you compare the life-cycle cost of tiles is actually quite low compared to composition shingles, since clay tiles can last for as long as 100 years. Concrete tiles should protect your roof for 50 years plus. Even though the roof tile will last 50 – 100 years one must keep in mind that the roofing  underlayment – may fail – this is a water-resistant or waterproof barrier material that is installed directly onto your roof.

SO, if unique style and authenticity is what you are looking for, then tiles can be an awesome  choice for your home,.

When choosing  tile roofs  Vero Beach it is important to understand the properties of each material, and the major differences between the two including cost.https://myflroofingcontractor.com/services/roof-cleaning-in-vero-beach/#1468260774652-b4611207-137b

Flat Tile offer a  clean, crisp, clean appearance that perfectly complements both traditional and modern architecture.

Concrete Tiles are

  •  made of mixture of sand, cement and water, which are molded under heat and high pressure. The exposed surface of a tile may be finished with a paint like material have additional water locks, or interlocking ribs on the edges that prevent water infiltration.
  • Concrete tiles come in three main appearances:
  • can simulate the appearance of traditional clay tiles, wood shake, slate and stone. Like clay, concrete tile surfaces can be textured or smooth, and tile edges can be ragged or uniform. They are resistant to hail, wind, and fire, making them a very safe roofing material wh

 

Clay Tiles

Clay tiles have all of the same benefits that concrete roof tiles have. The inherent difference is that they weigh more than concrete roof tile, thus the need to ensure that your roof can support the weight. You may need to add support beams before beginning installation.

Natural clay tile comes in many shapes, sizes and colors; however, they sometimes lack the array of textures and movement available with concrete tiles. Resale value of homes is generally increased by clay tiles.lay tile materials are generally not as readily available as concrete. This may contribute to longer lead times and pricing upwards of twice the market value of concrete.

Clay tiles are produced by baking molded clay. The density of the clay is determined by the length of time and temperature at which it is heated. Colors of clay tiles range from shades of white, yellow, orange and brown.

The most commonly used clay color is the Terra-Cotta. Another alternative to these natural earth tones is to add enamels to the tile and make any color of roof tiles. This process is called “ceramic” and consists of spraying enamel over the tile before baking it.

High temperatures of the kiln permanently bond this color to the clay tile so it will not peel or fade. As a result there are a wide variety of tile profiles, styles, finishes and colors available. Because clay tiles are made from a natural earth derived material, they are environmentally friendly and easily recycled.

Clay tiles are resistant to strong winds and cannot be destroyed in a fire. Because of the way they are shaped, clay tiles protect the underlayment of your roof, while also creating an air pocket thereby helping to insulate and isolate any unwanted heat or cold from being transferred to your

clay tiles rather than concrete ones. However, tiles offer many great benefits including durability, longevity, energy-efficiency, great curb appeal, low maintenance,with proper installation and maintenance, fire safety, and more.

Traditional (non-metal made) tiles are most commonly available in either concrete or clay, and come in a multitude of shapes, profiles and colors.

While clay tiles may be more commonly thought of when creating a long-lasting, beautiful roof, a concrete tile roof is proven to be just as aesthetically stunning and can be a more cost-effective alternative.

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