Layton Roofers – Roofing Tile
A Peerless Track Record of High Performance
While asphalt shingles are massively popular and metal roofing has gained a sizeable amongst contemporary home designers, no roofing solution can match the proven quality, longevity and aesthetic appeal of tile roofing.
But Are They Worth the Cost?
Tile roofing is a high-end option, so why opt for these materials when more affordable asphalt and steel roofing exists?
On average, tile roofing will last you up to 20 years in Utah’s extreme climate, meanwhile a well-maintained metal roof may last you double that amount. On the other hand, tile roofing has been proven to remain functional, and effective for periods of up to 100 years; that’s definitely best-in-class longevity.
Great endurance doesn’t mean high maintenance costs either. In particular, concrete tiles are factory engineered for natural water shedding and ventilation. In addition, both concrete and ceramic tiles have been independently industry tested, to stand up the threat of extreme winds, hail and snowfall. These roofing solutions even come with fire resistance characteristics; providing strong protection in wildfire conditions.
Whether you’re aiming for a Mediterranean look or a Southwestern style for your property, tile roofing provides the perfect solution. These roofing materials come in a breadth of colors and styles to fit any architecture.
Tile roofing has long been prized for the real aesthetic value, and curb appeal it adds to homes. From flat to round, rustic to modern, light tones to dark; you’ll find what answers to any design problems with tile roofing.
Tile roofing can cut thermal heat loss from your home up to 70%; in addition, the natural ventilation pockets created by the tiles create an additional heat transfer barrier. So your house stays cooler in the hot Utah summer, and warmer when those frigid winters come around.
Most importantly, that means lower heating, and cooling costs year around; an investment worth making for any large family home.
Tile roofing is generally made from natural processes with few chemical preservatives used in production. Once tiles no longer function, they can be recycled, instead of being consigned to landfills; and with a lifespan of 50-100 years and great durability that doesn’t happen often.
Convinced? Looking for Your Own Versatile, Long-Lasting, Tile Roof Solution?
Contact Layton Roofers Across Layton, Salt Lake, Logan and Davis County, Utah; We’re the Number One Providers for Tile Roofing, and Our Roofing Installations Are Quick, and Cost Effective.
Concrete Tile Roofing
Made using a mixture of water, sand and cement with colors added during the mixing process. Concrete tiles are growing in popularity across Utah. Concrete tiles are:
- Good insulators
- Versatile (factory engineered in a variety of colors and styles.)
Clay Tile Roofing
Clay tile roofing is the original roofing solution. Originally made from baked clay, manufacturing processes for these great traditional materials have grown more technically sound over the years. As a result, clay tiles are:
- Lighter than concrete
- Naturally water resistant
- Great insulators
- Hail/Impact tested
- Protected against thawing and freezing.