Saturday, February 11, 2006


Historic Roof Tile Blog

Historic Roof Tile Blog

This blog will be a question and answer forum for roofing contractors and insurance adjusters with historic clay and concrete roof repair needs, or those searching for obsolete roof shingles and tiles. For more information and to identify tile you can go to

Mediterranean roof tile is
environmentally sensitive and although the investment is much greater than a traditional asphalt shingle roof the payoff is gained in the visual appearance and more favorable life cycle costs.
Clay tile is a historic roof material made from kiln-baked molded clay, usually earthenware. This material is normally unglazed, but may be glazed or coated with other materials to produce a colorful finish. Clay roof tiles are most commonly used in warm climates without freeze-thaw cycles that can degrade the tiles. These tiles' breathable structure, thermal mass and unique shape allows them to keep homes cooler than asphalt shingles and many other roofing materials.

This blog site is pretty good! How was it made . I view something genuinely interesting about your site so I saved to my bookmarks . You can visit my site.
amarillo roofers

Post a Comment

<< Home

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?