Colorful and Sturdy Roof Tiles
Ceramic roof tiles represent an excellent choice for roofing of your home or business. If durability and design represent key factors for your ideal roof, then ceramic tile should receive strong consideration. Both beautiful and sturdy, ceramic tiles will provide a long-lasting, beautiful solution to your roofing needs. At The Top Restoration provides top-tier installation services for ceramic roof tiles and other premium choices.
Our team understands the qualities of this roofing and can bring out its full potential through a flawless installation. Many installation services actually lessen the lifespan potential of roofing. This never occurs with At The Top Restoration, as we’ve proven across many previous jobs. To learn more about the installation of ceramic roof tiles in Nashville, TN, give us a call today at 615-824-1500.
Characteristics of Ceramic Roof Tiles
The characteristics of ceramic tiles make them a uniquely advantageous choice for roofing. A brief elaboration of the benefits of ceramic tiles include a few key traits.
Design Possibilities: Ceramic tiles come in a huge range of colors and styles that open up countless design possibilities. From light shades to dark, monochromatic to multi-color, you can achieve any look you have in mind. We can also install ceramic tiles to match almost any roofing style.
Durability: Believe it or not, some ceramic tile roofs can last up to 100 years. These tiles also offer premier fire and wind resistance, which protects them from common dangers that destroy other roofs. Ceramic tiles can also resist hail with practically no visible consequence.
Energy Efficient: Ceramic tiles have excellent reflectivity, and also encourage natural air flow within a home. Reflectivity means that the sun’s heat gets directed away from your home. This lessens the workload on your air conditioner and enables it to have a longer life. Air flow through the tiles will create a barrier to heat transfer, which means your house stays cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.