Tile Roofing

Tile Roofing

Tile roofing is one of the most common roofing materials in Florida due to the versatility provided. With the largest variety of color and style, tile can seamlessly blend with nearly any home or residential building. With an average lifespan of 15 years, this roofing material is also among one of the most cost-effective solutions available and comes with superior manufacturing warranties that provide peace of mind.

Why Consider
Tile Roofings

Tile roofing is a competitive option for residential roofing in Florida for several reasons. A few of the key factors include the material used which provides extreme durability against severe weather conditions, and that tile is an overall budget-friendly solution.

The versatility of tile also contributes to their competitive edge. They are available in a wide range of colors, styles, and textures, allowing homeowners in Florida to choose the option that best compliments their architectural design. This versatility ensures that residential buildings maintain an attractive and professional appearance while benefiting from the practical advantages of tile roofing.

When it comes to roofing solutions that can withstand the extreme weather conditions in Florida, tiles are a top contender for a budget-friendly, aesthetically pleasing result. Contact us today to schedule your consultation.

Benefits of
Tile Roofings

Choosing the right type of roofing material is imperative for many reasons. When weighting in several factors, tile roofing becomes a top contender for residential roofing.

Types of
Tile Roofings

Your roof is an investment that should last for decades to come. Give yourself peace of mind knowing your property is in the best, most experienced and dedicated hands.

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How We Install Tile Roofings



Once the appointment is scheduled, a rep will come to your home to inspect and measure your roof. Once the measurement is complete, you will be supplied with an estimate.



Once the estimate is approved, the contractor will require a signed NOC (notice of commencement) and the signed contract. In accordance with Florida law, the NOC will need to be recorded at the local courthouse. After we receive the NOC and contract, the permit is submitted to your local building affiliation.



First thing we do is remove the old roofing materials. Once the old materials are removed, we inspect the plywood to be sure that it is nailed off and in accordance with Florida Building Code. Includes disposal of materials.



Roofing underlayment is what lies between the shingles and the roof sheathing, or roof deck, which is typically either plywood or OSB. It’s installed directly on the roof deck and provides a secondary layer of protection from the elements, including rain and wind. Depending on the type of underlayment that is selected, it will be installed in accordance with manufacture specifications and installed to Florida Building Code.



Depending on what type of roofing material that you choose, whether it’s a shingle that gets nailed in place or a metal roof that gets screwed in place, all materials are installed in accordance with the manufacture specifications, and installed to Florida Building Code.



During the roofing process, we keep the job site as clean as possible. Once the project is completed, we do a final cleanup and ask that you approve that the roof and the cleanup is done to your satisfaction.



During the installation of your new roof, there will be multiple inspections required from your local building officials. For example, some of your building officials require a plywood nail off inspection, a dry in inspection, an in progress inspection, and a final inspection.

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Enhanced Durability and Longevity


Easier Installation, Maintenance and Superior Durability


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