Encinitas Tile Roofs
Tiles make for a great roof that can, in return, make for a better return on investment than other roof types. Tiles are sturdy and durable, with a lifespan of over 50-70 years. With them on your roof, therefore, the problem of wind or hail damage can never be one of your concerns for years to come.
Talk to Encinitas Roofing Pros for expert tile roof installations in Encinitas. Call (760) 496-5285 or use the contact form on this page to make your inquiries.
About Roof Tiles
Roof tiles are locally and readily available since the materials used to make them, slate and terracotta are too. Tiles can also be made from modern materials including clay and concrete. With a waterproof glaze, tiles become a good roofing companion that helps to keep rainwater from sipping through the roof into the house.
Tiles are installed in an overlapping manner where the upper one overlaps the one below it to allow rainwater to flow down. They can be fixed together using nails or other fasteners and also get laid in particular positions, especially where the planes of different pitches meet.
Over time, there has been an extensive array of tile shapes or profiles evolving. One can, therefore, go for either of the following:
This is the simplest tile profile. The tiles are placed one on top of the other in regular pattern rows. The tiles are made from clay but may also come from concrete, solar cells, wood, plastic, or stone materials.
This profile has tiles that are sort of vertical blocks, and that end the cover tiles off roofs.
Plain Clay Tiles
Double-lap tiles made from clay and other modern materials.
Imbrex and Tegula
This profile employs the pattern of Ancient Roman whereby flat and curved tiles create rain-channels on the roof.
These tiles have flattened middle and have a concave curve at one end and convex curve at other for easy interlocking.
The tiles have an S-shaped appearance and this allows for the adjacent tiles interlocking pattern. The pantiles allow for a ridge pattern that resembles a plowed field.
Interlocking Roof Tiles
These are similar to the pantiles. It has a side-and-top locking pattern that allows for optimum protection from wind damage and water.
Why Hire Us
Why should you hire us for tile roofing? Do we have anything that makes us different from other roofing contractors? The answer is a big yes.
We are a fully dedicated, focused, and committed team that works towards getting you the best. The team is focused and always endeavor to gain your trust and then to safeguard it for future engagements. Contact us today and have a chance to work with industry experts.
Call (760) 496-5285 today to make your inquiries or book our services. Use the contact form on this page for questions, too, or to request our free quote.