Tile Roofing

If you're looking to add something to your homes aesthetic, tile roofing is for you. Whether you want to install slate tiles, repair clay tiles, or maintain terracotta tiles, we've got your back to make sure it's done right. Don't take chances with less experienced contractors when the best team in the area is here and eager to help.

Varied Tile Styles

We offer many different tile styles that can bring an immediate and lasting value to your home's roof. Five of our most popular tile's are listed below, and if you want to hear about other styles, reach out to us!

Spanish Tile

If you're looking for something durable yet elegant then the Spanish tile is for you. It's design is absolutely mesmorizing in the rain, like waves of water are rushing between the tiles. Spanish tiles are usually found in warm climates where rain, while sparse, is heavy. Strong rainfall can easily damage lighter materials, and so Spanish tiles are often clay, terracotta, or concrete.

Scandia Tiles

In the trade we like to say that Scandia tiles are the inverse of Spanish tiles. Unlike Spanish tiles, Scandia tiles have the visual effect of sharp ridges with wide, smooth water courses that can be seen clearly in the rain. Scandia tiles and Spanish tiles usually cost the same.

Double Roman Tiles

Double Roman tiles look a lot like Spanish tiles except they have ribs that are extremely pronounced. Double Roman tiles are in vogue in the Mediterranean area since their unique shape fits narrow roofs like a glove. These tiles are usually made from concrete, but they can also be made from clay or terracotta.

Flat Shake Tiles

Typically Flat Shake tiles are made with concrete. They're usually designed to resemble different shingle styles, such as granulated asphalt or wood shake. Flat Shake tiles have a flat surface which is smooth enough to ensure that rain water isn't trapped. It's adaptability makes it a phenomenal choice for locations with turbulant weather conditions.

French Tile

Quite similar in appearance to Double Roman tiles but with indents where the Double Roman tiles would be raised. This causes a considerably lower amount of water absorption and makes it perfect for tropical climates.