From hurricanes to afternoon downpours to 100+ degree heat, Florida weather is tough on home exteriors and especially your roof. When selecting the material for a new roof installation it’s important to understand the differences of each style. This article discusses why you might choose a tile roofing in Naples for your FL home.
Beautiful and rugged, clay and concrete tile offer many options for creating a unique appearance for your home. Clay roofing tiles are a very popular option in South Florida but they come in a variety of colors and styles to match any architectural style. Some types of tile are designed to emulate traditional barrel style or other roofing materials such as wood and slate. And, due to their high level of durability and Class-A fire resistance, they also increase your home’s appraisal value more than asphalt shingles.
Eagle Roofing, just one of the many brands we carry, offers over 40 different colors, styles and shades of Capistrano tiles, just one of several tile profiles they offer.
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Clay tile roofs are everywhere in South Florida and for good reason! Tile roofs have the lowest life cycle cost of any other roofing material and are designed to withstand Florida’s 150MPH winds. Properly installed tile roofs can last 100 years or more.
Unlike other roofing options that use limited natural resources and contain chemical preservatives, clay roof tiles use natural ingredients and can easily be recycled. Additionally, their long lifespan reduces the need to reroof as frequently, keep material out of landfills.
Independent testing performed at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has demonstrated that tiles have the ability to cut the transfer of heat compared to other roofing materials such as asphalt shingles by up to 70%.
Proper installation of tile roofing is crucial to long-term leak prevention and wind damage reduction. Our team of expert roofing contractors will leave you with an immaculate job site and a stunning new or repaired roof.
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