There are so many options out there when it comes to choosing a new roof. In this article, we will be discussing the pros and cons of selecting a clay tile roof in Wisconsin.
A Clay Tile Roof is Durable
A clay tile roof is one of the most durable roofing materials out there. It can withstand the assault from heavy winds and heavy rain. Clay tile roofs are also fire resistant and can withstand moisture.
Life Expectancy of a Clay Tile Roof
A clay tile roof is long-lasting. It can last as long as 100 years if it is properly maintained!
Clay Tile Roof Energy Savings
A clay tile roof will insulate your home more effectively than most other roofing materials can.
Clay tile roofs consist of natural materials.
Clay tile is beautiful and has excellent curb appeal. They come in a variety of colors and styles.
Clay tile roofs are low maintenance. If one tile is damaged, all you have to do is replace that tile.
Clay tile roofing in Wisconsin is expensive. That means that only a select group of roofers will even take a clay tile roofing job which makes your choices for a professional limited and thus that much more expensive than something more conservative. These roofs are hard to install need to hire an expert; this is not a project you should attempt to do on your own.
Even though a clay tile roof is durable, it is still brittle. If a group of workers decides to stomp around on your clay roof, it won’t end very well for the roof.
Clay tile roofs are heavy if the home is not strong enough to support the roof; it may need extra roof support. Talk to your contractor to see if clay tile roofing is the right match for your home.
If you are interested in learning more about the different roofing options that are on the market today, call Van de Hey Roofing at 920-532-4631 for all of your roofing needs. We serve Appleton, Little Chute and the Fox Valley area, Sheboygan, Oshkosh, Madison, Milwaukee, Shorewood, Sheboygan, Oconomowoc, Verona, Waukesha and Green Bay and the De Pere areas in Wisconsin.
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