If you’re looking for ways to improve your roof and boost the value of your home, you may want to take a look at tile roofing.
Contractors say adding a tile roof is one of the most cost-effective construction projects available. Above all, stylish roofs can endure some of nature’s toughest elements, such as wind, hail, rain and fire, and roof tiles usually carry a slightly longer warranty than other roofing surfaces. An added benefit: These roofs are an environmentally friendly building choice. Here’s a closer look:
Tile has a life cycle of 50 to 100 years, making it an economical choice for many homeowners. Tile roofs typically reduce direct heat transfer. As a result, a roof with this material can lower air-conditioning costs in hotter climates and produce more constant temperatures in colder regions. In addition to cutting heating costs, the constant temperature reduces the odds of ice accumulation on the roof.
Tile roofing offers a number of architectural style choices and they come in a variety of colors and shapes that can help set your home apart. For instance, concrete and clay roofs are as unique as the homes that have them and they’re available in a variety of finishes and styles. This is to accentuate a home’s look.
Tile roof warranties are often transferable and backed by well-known, reputable companies. Experts actually say a roof’s higher installation cost is actually an investment that will increase the value of a home when it is sold or resold.
A common misconception is that this material is too heavy for many structures. Most modern buildings are strong enough to support the weight of this roof. Most older structures can handle the weight of this standard material, provided all previous roofing materials are removed first. As a result, many roof tile manufacturers now offer lightweight tile, which is particularly suitable for reroofing projects.
Tile has been Europe and Asia’s first roofing choice for centuries, with many structures requiring little or no maintenance. Tile’s durability has been clearly demonstrated by how well it has withstood the test of time, weather and natural disasters.
Today, homeowners can find new types of stronger, more energy-efficient tile roofs. Some new tile is even Class A fire-rated and able to withstand high winds, hail and earthquakes better than any other roofing material.
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