Clay Tile Roofs
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Clay tile roofing is very popular in Florida. The hot, humid, and sunny climate and our light-colored buildings blend perfectly with the look of clay tile roofing. Contact Calloway Roofing for clay tile roofing in Florida. We install clay tile roofs on homes and businesses throughout the state!
Benefits of Clay Tile Roofs
Clay tiles give an Old World, rustic feel to a roof. Beyond appearances, clay tile roofs have many benefits:
- Clay tile roofing is durable, long lasting, and eco-friendly.
- Multiple colors are available with the classic terracotta color being just one choice.
- Clay tile roofs are extremely low maintenance.
- Insulates from the sun’s rays, keeping homes cooler.
What About The Weight?
One of the first questions property owners have as they explore clay tile roofing is whether or not the roof can support the weight of the tiles. We’re happy to report that Yes, as long as the roof is in good condition without any underlying structural damage it should be able to support the weight of clay tile roofing. This is possible because many of today’s clay tile roofs aren’t actually made from heavy clays. They are manufactured using a lightweight, composite material that greatly reduces the weight of the tiles and the overall weight put on the roof. In some cases, these composite tiles can even be installed over the existing roof.
Contact Calloway Roofing For Clay Tile Roof Installation
Clay tile roofing can bring out the beauty of your home’s exterior, but the tiles must be installed properly to fully protect the home. Always hire a professional roofing company that has the experience and know-how to install clay tiles safely and properly.
Calloway Roofing has over 50 years of experience installing, repairing, and replacing roofs in Florida, including clay tile roofs. Contact us at 407-326-9777 or fill out the form online to discuss clay tile roofing for your home or business.
Calloway Roofing is licensed, bonded, and insured, serving Orlando and all of Florida including the counties of: Orange County, Seminole County, Osceola County, Lake County, Volusia County, and Polk County.