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During college, I lived in a small, old house. My roommates and I loved it's cozy charm and, for the most part, didn't have any problems. However, one day, we noticed that the carpet in one of the bedrooms was wet--and it couldn't be dried. When we called our landlady and the repairman, they discovered that the shower not only needed to be re-caulked, but there was mold everywhere under the carpet. We had to move out for two weeks while they fixed the problem. Soon, thanks to the contractor (the likes of whom you can read about), we were back at home.

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3 Smart Reasons To Consider Using Concrete Tile For Your New Roof

When it comes to building your brand-new home, you want to choose a sturdy roofing material that will protect the beautiful new home that rests below your new roof. A concrete tile roof can be a great choice for your home.

Concrete Tiles Keep Water Out

One of the biggest destroyers of roofs is water. When water gets under your roof, it can destroy the roof deck of your home, resulting in water leaking into your home and doing serious damage to your space.

Concrete tiles are specifically designed to keep water out. They have interlocking ribs on the edge of each tilt that help lock the tiles together, preventing water infiltration. This unique design helps cut down on water leaks.

Additionally, by adding underlayment over your entire roof, you can further ensure that water doesn't make its way down to your roof deck and get into your home.

Concrete Tiles Can Withstand Numerous Weather Events

Second, you want to install tiles that are able to withstand numerous weather events. You want to install strong tiles that are not going to easily get damaged. Concrete roofing tiles can easily withstand strong windstorms, rain, hail, and lots of snow piling upon them.

Concrete roofing tiles are also made to resist fire. If you live somewhere where wildfires have become a concern, concrete tiles will prevent embers that land on your roof from setting your home on fire. Concrete roofing tiles, combined with other fire-resistant siding material, can make your home new home safer if it is located somewhere where wildfires are a concern.

Concrete Tiles Look Great

Finally, you should consider installing concrete roofing tiles because they can really elevate the appearance of your home. Concrete roofing tiles can be made to mimic the appearance of slate, wood shake, clay tiles, or even stone tiles. You can have the concrete roofing tiles formulated and shaped to mimic other popular roofing materials, allowing your home to appear to have an expensive slate roof or a stylish wood roof, all while really having an affordable and strong concrete tile roof.

When it comes to choosing the roofing material for your new construction home, concrete tiles are a smart choice. They are designed to interlock and keep water out. They can withstand lots of weather events, and provide extra protection against fires. Additionally, concrete tiles can be made to look like other roofing material without the cost of paying for that material. Talk to your new construction roof contractor today about installing concrete roofing tiles on your new home.