Tile Roof Benefits
Straight Edge concrete tile roofs. The choice is easy.
Straight Edge concrete tile roofs are a smart choice for homeowners, architects, builders and roofers. Whether your interest is durability, color selection or energy efficiency, Eagle has the concrete tile roof to fit your needs.
Beauty and Curb Appeal
Straight Edge concrete tile roofs are beautiful. The available styles and colors will help to enhance any architecture resulting in curb appeal that is not available with other roofing materials. Adding the performance and longevity of a concrete tile roof to its aesthetic qualities results in a project that gets noticed.
Whether you are a production builder looking for ways to differentiate your development or a homeowner who plans to sell your home in the near future, a concrete tile roof will help increase the home’s value.
Through rain, snow, high wind and hail, a properly installed tile roof can withstand the elements providing years of worry-free performance.
– All Straight Edge roof tile is Class A fire rated.
– All Straight Edge standard weight color thru tile passes Freeze-Thaw requirements.
– Malibu and Capistrano tile produced in our Phoenix facility have a Class 3 hail
rating while flat tile has a Class 4 hail rating per FM 4473
– Straight Edge roof tile exceeds current seismic load requirements when properly fastened.
– Straight Edge tile can resist damage from hail stones up to 2″ based on testing to FM4473.
– Straight Edge tile is protected by a Lifetime Transferable Limited Product Warranty.
– Warranty must be registered. Please call 800-400-3245 with warranty questions.
– Straight Edge tile can help to lower energy costs by reducing heat transfer through air
circulation under the tile and through concrete’s inherent insulating properties.
When you consider that a concrete tile roof will last for the life of the structure, the full life-cycle cost of the roof is quite affordable when compared to other roofing materials. With regular maintenance, the hassle and expense of reroofing is minimized. According to a 2007 study from the National Association of Home Builders, concrete tile is one of only three roofing materials that will last a lifetime. The other two are clay tile and copper – both prohibitively expensive when compared to concrete tile.