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TILE
ROOFING

Best Tile Roofers in Teller County and El Paso County Colorado
Tile roofing in Colorado is becoming a more popular and economical option for homeowners, and for good reason! Tile roofs are durable, weather-resistant, and eco-friendly. Trout Roofing provides tile roof installations, tile roof replacement, and tile roof repair for homes across the Pike’s Peak area.
Looking for a tile roofing contractor near you? Schedule a FREE CONSULTATION and learn more about what type of roofing is right for your home, with no strings attached.

BENEFITS FOR TILE ROOFING

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Durable Roofing Material

Tile roofs are ideal for Colorado’s many weather conditions. They reflect the sun, stand up against high winds and heavy rains, and withstand hail. Modern roof tiles can even hold large amounts of snow without issue. Most tile roofs will last up to 100 years with very little attention or maintenance needed.

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Low-Maintenance Roof

Tile is among the most low-maintenance roofing material on the market. Most roofing tiles are made out of lightweight clay, concrete, or slate that does not require frequent cleaning or repairs. Tile roofs don’t rot as wood or shingles do, and if you experience a chipped or cracked tile, it’s easily repaired! Just ensure you’re clearing your roof seasonally for debris and get a free inspection after major weather events.

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High-End Home Aesthetic

Tile roofs are beautiful. Often associated with high-end homes, tile roofs add to the value of your house. Choose from many different colors, materials, and shapes to ensure your home’s roof fits the aesthetic you’re going for. You’ll get major curb appeal points and increase the value of your home simply because of how long your tile roof will last!

Should you install a tile
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Tile roofs are an investment that may be worth your while in Colorado. They are among the most expensive roof installations, they also last the longest and stand up the best against our elements. The best way to know if a tile roof is good for you is to consult with a roofing expert.

Get a free inspection of your home’s roof and receive more information about how what a tile roof will look like, its cost, and how it will increase the value of your home.

Tile Roof FAQs

Tile roofs are more expensive than shingle roofs, but they last longer and are less expensive to maintain than most other roofing materials.
Cost varies based on whether you’re replacing clay roof tiles, slate roof tiles, or concrete roof tiles. While individual tiles do not cost much in material, they do require a professional to install them correctly.
Yes. Trout Roofing is a full-service roofing company that includes specialties in tile roof restoration, tile roof maintenance, tile roof installation, and tile roof repairs.
Yes. Modern tiles are usually made out of lightweight clay, slate, or concrete that stands up against hard summer and winter conditions, in addition to hail, wind, and rain.
Tile is one of the most durable roofing materials on the market.
Up to 100 years in most cases. You may occasionally need to replace a chipped or cracked tile after major storms or debris falling on your home.
Yes. Clay, concrete, and slate tiles are easily sourced without taxing the environment and they’re recycled. Tile roofs are also extremely energy efficient and are naturally more environmentally friendly because they do not require frequent maintenance or replacement.
Tile roofs are very durable, but individual tiles may crack or chip in extreme weather conditions or if large debris falls on your roof. The good news is, that it’s easy and inexpensive to replace a few tiles at a time whereas shingle roofs often require more extensive and expensive repairs and lead to more damage on the inside of your home under similar circumstances.
The best way to maintain a tile roof is to keep it clean, and clear of debris, and get annual roof inspections to check for broken tiles so that they can be replaced quickly.
The three most common roof tile materials are clay, concrete, and slate.
While roof tiles are not guaranteed to withstand fire, they do perform better in fire conditions than wood and shingle roofs do.

Tile Roofs in Colorado Pros and Cons

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Looking for a tile roofing company that will give you a free estimate on a tile roof for your home?

Contact us today for a risk-free roof inspection and consultation for your Pike’s Peak area home!

Contact Us

Phone Number: 719-500-4450
Address: 739 Gold Hill Place South, Woodland Park, CO 80863
Email: info@troutroofing.com

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