Today concrete and clay tile roofs are widely used in South Florida.  A tile roofing system is the dominant choice for homeowners looking for an upgrade over asphalt shingles due to its energy efficiency, longer life cycle, and aesthetic appeal. Tiles come in a wide variety of colors and texture.  The styles range from flat to barrel style tile.

Important qualities of some tiles are they can withstand wind gusts of up to 150 mph and their surfaces can withstand color fading from the sun for as much as 50 years. Tile is Class A fire resistant. These are key properties to consider when selecting roofing material for your south Florida home or business.  It is a low maintenance roofing system and is considered an energy saving roof. A tile roof investment can be more costly compared to the more economic fiberglass shingles, but they can last at least twice as long.


Qualifies for coatings
Puncture resistance
High-wind speed rated
Proven waterproofing capabilities
Superior fire resistance
Up to 25-year warranty available
Increased curb appeal and property value