Residential Tile Roofing

Get the Most out of Your Roofing Needs:

Trust the Experts at Arapahoe with Your Tile Roof Installation, Repair, and Replacement.

Durable, energy-efficient tile roofs provide an exceptional variety of color and style options that make it a great choice for your home.

If a lifetime of quality and sustainability is what you are looking for, tile is an incredible option… And the timeless elegance tile provides means your roof will never go out of style.

At Arapahoe, we’ve installed classic clay tile and concrete tile roofing across Colorado for over 55 years.

Our team has the experience to meet all of your roofing needs as well as the expertise to maintain your roofing system.

Tile Roofing

Construction & Features

Tile is one of the most versatile roofing materials. Clay and concrete tile can be shaped and sculpted to resemble wood shakes, chipped stone, and slate—making it perfect for any home!

The raw materials tile is made from does not deplete limited natural materials, making it very sustainable.

Tile’s natural beauty has been praised for thousands of years—and that’s not the only reason tile roofing remains a popular roofing material today…

Namely, tile doesn’t sacrifice durability for aesthetics. Tile is exceptionally resistant to many different types of weather (even Colorado wind and hailstorms) and is impervious to rot and insect damage.

While it’s not the cheapest roofing material on the market, investing in a tile roof has unrivaled benefits; longevity, beauty, and energy efficiency (along with many others)! A lifetime of satisfaction is the ultimate return on investing in a tile roofing system.

Tile Roofing

Choosing a Shingle Type

Before you browse the variety of color and style options available for tile roofing, you’ll need to decide on the type of tile roofing you put on your home. Roof tile material refers to the substance used in making roofing tiles. These tiles can be crafted from various materials such as clay, concrete, slate, metal, or composite materials.

There are two main types of tile roofing shingles that you’ll need to know about:

Clay Tiles

Clay is the original, time-tested material used in ‌tile roofing. It is made by molding, dyeing, and baking clay. Depending on how long the tiles are "fired" in a kiln, the density changes. Tile typically comes in shades of yellow, white, brown, and orange. The high temperature required to bake clay tiles gives them a lifetime of vibrant color—so, they'll never peel or fade!

Concrete Tiles

Concrete tiles are made with a mixture of sand, cement, and water that is finished using heat and pressure. It just as versatile as clay and comes in a variety of colors. Concrete is available in two styles; Flat Slate/Shake style, or Mediterranean/Spanish S curve style.

The Pros & Cons of Tile Roofing

Tile roofing is an unrivaled choice for functionality and versatility—but this level of quality comes at a cost.

All types of roofing systems have their pros and cons. To help you make the right choice for your home, we’ve compiled a list of the pros and cons of tile roofing below:

The Pros of Tile Shingles

The Cons of Tile Shingles

There’s no doubt about it: tile roofing is all-around one of the best investments you can make for your home.

While tile comes at a higher cost relative to more popular roofing types like asphalt or metal, the durability and energy efficiency it provides can save you money and help avoid costly maintenance.

While tile roofs offer durability and aesthetic appeal, they also present certain drawbacks. Common disadvantages of tile roofs include their weight, which may require additional structural support, and the higher installation costs.

Our team has been proudly serving Colorado’s residents and business owners for over 55 years. We’re prepared to help you design, install, and maintain your tile roof—so, let’s get started today!

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Key Points

Tile Roofing

Lasts A Lifetime

A Wide Variety of Texture & Style Options

Will Never Rot Or Decay

An Unrivaled Investment

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