Durable, Beautiful & Eco-Friendly
SPANISH / MEDITERRANEAN TILE ROOF INSTALLATION
A tile roof will not catch fire and is not easily moved by high winds. Due to its bulk, it can get pounded by hailstorms and still not have a scratch. Also, due to its interlocking features, seismic activity does not usually cause roof tiles to dislodge. Insurance companies rate it one of the best roofs you could have.
Slate Tile or Spanish Tile roofs
Often known as Spanish tile or slate tile, having a tile roof installed on your home is a decision you will not regret. They’ve been around for centuries and are still being sought after is because of their many benefits:
Durable tile roofs are known for disaster protection
A tile roof will survive storms, wildfires, hail, blizzards or tornadoes. A roof made from tile provides several layers of protection against natural disasters, it will not catch fire and is not easily moved by high winds. Due to its bulk, it can get pounded by hailstorms and still not have a scratch. Also, due to its interlocking features, seismic activity does not usually cause roof tiles to dislodge. Tile is a great foofing choice in Southern California where we experience wildfires, Santa Ana winds and earthquakes!
Environmentally friendly clay roofing tiles produced locally.
Tiles are made from baked earth, an environmentally friendly material that is usually produced locally. Tiles can be removed from a home and recycled into other products.
A roof made from thick clay tiles is a great insulator of the heat in the wintertime and absorb a lot of outside heat in the summer that keeps the inside of the home cool. Save on air conditioning and heating utility bills!
Mediterranean tile roof adds to home’s curb appeal
A tile roof makes your home stand out, giving it dramatic visual impact. If you decide to sell your home, buyers will be attracted to your home.
Lasts a lifetime
Higher upfront cost than a shingle roof but tile could be the right solution for you that lasts a lifetime.
Affordable, quick-turnaround, quality tile roofing options in Los Angeles & Ventura Counties
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Tarzana, CA 91356