Clay Roofing

Clay roofing is extremely durable and reliable. Clay tile is produced from baking molded clay into a tile. The tiles can be with different surface texture and their density is determined by the temperature in which the tile was heated. Thus why there are different types of tiles with a variety of colors and shapes. The clay tiles were introduced in North America as a fire-resistant system for construction of buildings.

Clay roofing is one of the most popular types of roofing and it’s extremely durable. We have a team of professionals with lots of experience in making roofs from clays. Simply dial the number on the home page to receive an estimated quote of the pricing for clay roofs and for further information.

Shingles roofing

Roof shingles are flat individual overlapping elements. They can be made from a large variety of materials such as wood, slate, fiber cement, metal, flagstone, asphalt shingles and plastic. Roof shingles are popular in the United Kingdom and the United States as well as in most parts of Europe and Asia. A Common problem for these tiles is that they can easily fall apart over time.

They can be found in different colors and shapes. Thanks to their appearance they can be easily seen from a distance. Only highly experienced individuals can install shingles roofing perfectly. They must be placed on top of an underlayment material such as asphalt felt paper to prevent water leaking during bad weather.

If you are still not sure which roofing to pick, call us at 1-800-975-5512 and our customer’s service will help you.

Flat Roofing

Flat roofs are known as living roofs and they are used mostly in arid climates. These roofs are popular and they can be made from different materials in each area of the world. In warmer climates it’s built from concrete which is cheaper and incredibly good at keeping the heat out of your house.

In countries where the roof could become full with rain and the water soaked can freeze to ice, these roofs aren’t suitable. These roofs can be found in the American, Egyptian, Persian, Arabian and Greek architecture.

When constructing the roof, a flat membrane must be applied to waterproof the area. They must be inclined so that water can run off into a gutter system. Traditionally most countries use asphalt to keep a building watertight. A common reason for the failure of these roofs is the lack of maintenance. Exposing the roof to high and low temperature can crack it and water will eventually get in!

If you are still not sure which roofing to pick, call us at 1-800-975-5512 and our customer’s service will help you.

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