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High-Quality & Affordable Bowers Tile Roofing Repair, Replacement & Installation
Do you need to have your tile roof replaced or repaired? Or, are you simply wanting to switch to clay tile from another roofing material already on your home? If so – you’re in good hands with expert Bowers roofing contractors that specialize in tile roofing.
Clay tiles are starting to regain mass popularity in the United States as a quality roofing material. Tile has been around for hundreds of years, and is very popular in other countries. In fact – tile is one of the most popular roofing materials in the world! Clay and concrete roof tiles are durable and equally beautiful. Tile roofs can last up to 50 to 100 years or more!
With such a quality roofing material, you want a Bowers roofing contractor that specializes in tile roofing. A company that has access to high-quality materials and experience working with homeowner budgetary goals and restrictions, and homeowners association requirements.
Bowers Tile Roofing Services
- Tile Roof Repair
- Tile Roof Replacement
- Tile Roof Inspections & Estimates & Evaluations
- Tile Roof Storm Damage Repair
- Tile Roof Hail Damage Repair
- Tile Roof Wind Damage Repair
- Tile roofing emergency roof repair
- Tile Roofing Installation
- HOA tile roof replacement
- Tile roof maintenance
What Kinds of Tile Can You Select From?
- Flat Shake
- Spanish Tile
- Double Roman
What Kinds of Material Can Tile Come In?
How Long Can a Tile Roof Last For?
While an asphalt shingle roof may last for 15-20 years, and a wood roof could last for 30 years, and a slate roof could last for 50, a clay/concrete tile roof could last for 100+ years. Tile roofs are one of the most durable roofing materials available for building structures – from residential homes, to churches to complexes to commercial buildings.
These tile roofs add considerable curb appeal to your building or home, whether you’re looking for a Southwestern or Spanish design.
Tile Roofing Design Advantages
Why choose a tile roof for your new roof replacement?
From a design perspective, tile has a wide variety of colors that you can select from. There are numerous profiles, styles, and subsequently it can significantly increase your homes curb value.
Concrete and clay can be manufactured from light shades to multi-colored, allowing a quality roofing company to help you find a color that meshes with your existing homes character. Tiles can emulate wood, slate or barrel style. In general, tile is highly sought after for its aesthetic image!
Durability for Your Tile Roof
When it comes to roofing and durability, tile is an undisputed leader. It offers long term durability, it is fire resistant, withstands extreme winds (which is why you will see so much tile in Florida), hail resistant and seismic resistance.
- Durability – there are still tile roofs standing that are centuries old.
- Fire resistance – Class A
- Wind resistance – Tile is designed to meet 150 MPH wind speds
- Hail resistance – Tile has a tough shell that serves as a shield to resist damage from large hailstones.
Other Benefits of a Tile Roof
Tile roofs are sustainable, reflective, allow for energy cost savings, are eco-friendly, and allow for natural air flow. Tile roofs allow for easy installation, and easy tile roof repair and replacement.
Since tile fulfills Energy Star requirements, it is considered a green product. Moreover, since you do not have to replace a tile roof as often as an asphalt shingle or even metal roof, materials do not deplete our limited natural resources. Waste can be recycled and tile does not fill our landfills. Tile can reduce heat loss which in turn can help save you money on your energy bill (with natural air ventilation it creates a heat transfer barrier).
Tile installation and tile roof maintenance is lower than other roofing materials as it is one of the simplest systems to install when a roofing contractor is properly trained with this material. Tiles are individually installed, so it is the easiest to repair.
Long Term – Tile is designed to last for you for the long haul.
Variety – Modern concrete and clay roof tile can suit styles from Mediterranean to historic to Colonial to Spanish architecture styles. You have many possibilities with roof tiles.
Call our Bowers tile roofing experts today to set up a free roofing inspection for your home!
Bowers (commonly known as Bowers Beach) is a town in Kent County, Delaware, United States. It is part of the Dover, Delaware Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the 2010 Census, the population of the city is 335.
Bowers Beach was originally settled in the late 1600s and was named Whitwell’s Delight by Francis Whitwell. The land was acquired by William Frampton in 1685 and was called Dover Peers. After Frampton died, the land was sold to William Bassett. Eventually, 420 acres of Whitwell’s Delight belonged to Nathaniel and Mary Hunn. After Nathaniel Hunn died in 1734, his children sold the land to John Bowers and the land along the Delaware Bay between the St. Jones River and Murderkill River became known as Bowers Beach starting on August 16, 1734. The land later belonged to John Bowers’ son and then his granddaughter, with the latter being the last person in the Bowers family to own the land. Part of the land was acquired by John Booth in 1750, who sold it later in the year to Benjamin Chew. By the 1800s, the properties in Bowers Beach were owned by Joseph Wood. The properties were later sold to multiple owners. On March 9, 1907, Bowers was incorporated. In 1962, the settlement was reincorporated as the Town of Bowers.