TILE ROOFING

Throughout the country, tile roofing is quite common. Its appearance is distinctive and can be seen sparsely in many regions, but in Florida, tile roofing is practically a part of the landscape, giving a unique and identifiable look to neighborhoods throughout the Sunshine State!

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What we do

Installations, Repairs, Remodels, & Custom Design OPTIONS Available.  We are proud manufacturers of SOME OF OUR PRODUCT OFFERINGS.

Benefits of TILE ROOFING

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Tile roofs are initially a lot more costly to install than asphalt shingle, metal, or wood shake roofs, but they also last much longer. Depending on the quality, a tile roof may last 50 to 70 years–or even more! When you compare that kind of longevity to the durability of some asphalt shingles (in some situations, only 10 or 15 years), it’s easy to see how an investment in tile can pay off in the long run.

  • A lasting investment
  • A style for every home
  • Save Money
  • Tough in any condition
  • Increases home value
  • Save Energy

Frequently Asked Questions

I really like tile roofs, but can I afford it?

Unknown to most, during the past few years, the installed cost of tile roofs has not increased as much as wood shakes and asphalt shingles. As a general rule, concrete tile roofs cost much less than slate, about two times more than wood shakes, and approximately three times more than heavy weight asphalt shingles. Clay roof tiles cost slightly more than concrete. However, both concrete and clay tile outlast most other roofing materials, with manufacturers offering warranties of 50 years or more. In fact, in Asia and Europe, many structures with clay roof tiles have remained not simply intact but also functional and beautiful for centuries. Concrete and clay roof tiles are also incredibly durable, withstanding severe weather conditions. Moreover, their superior aesthetics increase the value of any structure.

How long do tile roofs really last?
It’s hard to say how long it will last but we have proof of how long they have lasted.  Clay tile roofs date back to Neolithic China, and many ancient structures with clay tile roofs still exist. And, in Europe and Asia, roof tiles have been the primary roofing product for hundreds of years. Both concrete and clay tile roofing systems, when installed properly, withstand weather conditions that begin to deteriorate other roofs the day they are installed. In general, a tile roof – concrete or clay – can reasonably be expected to outlast the building it protects.
Are there multiple color options, most of what I have seen are usually reddish orange.
Yes. Through various production techniques, manufacturers have been able to augment the traditional range of roof tile colors to include earth tones that blend with the environment, vivid accent colors in blues and purples, and even white to help reduce summertime cooling bills. For additional variety, architects can also select roof tiles in blended colors or place different colored tiles in random or uniform patterns across roof surfaces.  We would be happy to review color options and styles at no cost to you.
Why consider a tile roof instead of asphalt shingles?

APPEARANCE

There is not an asphalt shingle on the market that can match the superior aesthetics of clay and concrete roof tile. The numerous styles, hundreds of colors, and variety of finishes available with roof tile allow you and your designer to create a roof to suit virtually any architectural style or one that is entirely unique.

PERFORMANCE

Clay roof tile has been used for centuries worldwide and for good reason. Both clay roof tile and its modern partner, concrete, are not only beautiful but also extremely durable. With proper building design and installation, tile roofs can last 50 to 100 years or more. They do not rot in wet climates and are not susceptible to destruction by pests. They can be used in any climate or region and can withstand the severest weather conditions, including fire, wind, and snow. For these reasons, most roof tile manufacturers offer warranties of at least 50 years.

ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY

Both clay and concrete roof tiles are made from naturally occurring materials that do not deplete precious natural resources. They are manufactured without chemical preservatives, and old tiles can be recycled to make new tiles or other products. Moreover, roof tiles are energy efficient: because of the superior thermal capacity of roof tiles and the ventilated air space that their placement on the roof surface creates, a tile roof can lower air conditioning costs in hotter climates and produce more constant temperatures in colder regions, which reduces potential ice accumulation.

COST EFFECTIVE

With superior aesthetics, durability, and longevity, roof tile is a cost-effective alternative to other roofing products. A simple comparison of lifecycle costs makes clear that a tile roof is one of the best deals available today.

multiple styles & colors available

Understanding Clay and Concrete Tiles
Clay and concrete tiles are among the oldest most universal roofing materials. You can choose from a vast selection of colors, designs, and high performance finishes. Whether you’re working with a small home or a large commercial property, a natural tile roof can offer all these benefits:
  • 50+ year lifespan
  • Unlimited styles & colors
  • Durability
  • Long-Term Warranties
  • Easy to Restore or Replace
  • Humidity & Moisture Safe
  • Made of Natural Materials
  • Enviromentally Safe
  • Increases Home Value
  • Multiple Financing Options

Choosing The Right Tile

Mission Style Tile

Flat Tiles

Double Roman

Spanish | S-Style

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We Serve Palm Beach County, Martin County, Collier County, Broward County & St. Lucie County
CLICK TO CALL : 772-446-1139CLICK TO CALL : 561-600-3827

Office Location

865 South Kings Hwy, Fort Pierce, FL 34945

Open Hours

M-F: 8am – 6pm, S-S, 9am – 1pm

Email

info@roofsbyrhino.com

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