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Tile Roof in the Joplin and Neosho, Missouri Area
Tile Roofing Company
If you want to get away from asphalt roofing then Phillip Camerer Roofing can offer you some different solutions. One of those is tile roofing. Traditional roofing tiles were made from slate or fired clay product, but more modern types are made from concrete. Roofing tiles can come in many shapes: curved, flat, fluted, or interlocking. Clay and concrete tile roofs have been known to withstand hail, high winds, and even fire. Clay, concrete, and slate tiles come in a wide variety of colors and styles to match any home style, from Medieval to Contemporary European. Some styles even resemble traditional shingles or wood shakes. Unlike wood, tiles roofs will never decay. The heavy thermal mass of tiles will help regulate indoor temperatures. Once you install tile, you will never have to install another type of roofing again. Just in case, manufacturers will offer a 50-year warranty.
Tile roofs are some of the most durable options on the planet. A tile roof will serve for decades beyond what an asphalt shingle will if you can afford the installation price. A tile roof also provides options for the designer roof of your dreams.
The Designer Roof Look
A tile roof can be anything you want it to be, making these a good designer roofing material candidate. Tiles can mimic the grandeur of slate, the intriguing shape of wood shake, and the distinctive look of an asphalt shingle. It’s truly up to you and your aesthetic preferences. Tile roofs are also designer roofs due to the color variations. You can request any color imaginable or a pattern that you love. This feature creates visual interest on your roof and enhance the overall curb appeal of your home.
The Durability of Tile Roofs
Slate or clay were typical materials for older tiles, but the modern tile roof uses concrete as the material of choice. The tiles still maintain the durability you would expect from traditional materials, but they come with many more options.
Manufacturers are confident in their tile durability, and each one offers warranties to support that belief. For a tile roof, it’s relatively common to see warranties for 50+ years. The actual tile roofs often last longer than the warranty and beyond the length of time you might own your home or business.
Almost every natural disaster does not affect tile roofs. The tiles are too heavy for most winds to lift, even those over 100 mph. The material cannot catch fire from a house or wildfire. Hail typically does not affect tile roofs. These facts make the tile roof investment much easier and your home much safer.
If you want a tile roof that lasts, call Phillip Camerer Roofing. As an expert local roofer, Phillip Camerer Roofing offers a comprehensive process to ensure you get the tile roof you want installed on your home.