Putting a tile roof into place is not something that should be done by an amateur; making the tiles fit together requires the work of a trained professional.
A few things to keep in mind about tile as a roofing option:
Tile will generally stay the same color on your roof because the color comes from natural sources. Some clay tile manufacturers guarantee the color’s life for 50 years.
Tile can be lightweight or heavier, depending on the product.
Tile is generally affixed to the roof with nails and hung in parallel rows, which overlap to provide extra protection and to cover up the nails.
It’s an affordable option. Tile, in general, lasts longer than many other roofing systems. In addition, it costs less than slate. It may be more expensive than materials such as asphalt shingles, but the longer lifespan is something to keep in mind.
Tile is durable when faced with the elements! Tile roofing can withstand wind speeds of up to 150 miles per hour, and it’s exceptionally fire-resistant.
EverGuard Roofing is the name to trust for tile roofing in Albuquerque and the surrounding area. If you have questions about clay tile roofs or concrete varieties, call us today for answers! Put our professionals to work for you!