Terracotta Shingle The elegant flat line of these quality Terracotta Shingle tiles makes them the perfect complement to a wide range of architectural styles, building materials and house environments.
Terracotta Roof Tiles offer unsurpassed style, versatility and performance
Why Choose Terracotta Roof Tiles?
Terracotta tiles are crafted from prepared natural clays that are kiln-fired to temperatures of 1100oC.
This means the colour is locked in, so terracotta tiles retain their original appearance as they age.
With a 50-year performance guarantee Terracotta roof tiles are built to last and withstand harsh climatic conditions and marine environments.
Once tiles are installed there is little maintenance required because they do not rust or corrode.
Should a section of the roof ever be damaged, there is the added advantage of individual tile replacement. This is a cost-effective option compared with large steel sheets.
Terracotta tiles are salt-safe and frost-resistant, making them suitable for any location.
All Terracotta tiles are exposure-grade and suitable for salt-exposed environments, including harsh marine areas.
The density of tiles helps reduce external sound, such as aircraft and road noise and, particularly, rain and hail. In fact, roof tiles have a sound reduction potential twice that of sheet steel roofing.
Roof tiles can help you enjoy more comfortable living in summer and winter. The thermal mass of clay materials when used correctly can result in advantageous insulation properties.
The weight of the roofing material itself impacts performance in high wind areas. The dead load of roof tiles reduces the impact of uplift pressures in comparison to lighter-weight materials such as steel sheeting.
Terracotta roof tiles are made to standards and are suitable for the collection of rain water.
Featuring a low 18 degree pitch, The flat profile was designed to provide greater design flexibility that contemporary roof lines demand.