Popular Styles of Tile Roofing


Whether you're reroofing an old home or building a brand new one, you have a big choice to make: what type of roofing material should you use? There's an obvious answer, tile! This durable material will not only last a lifetime, but it is available in many beautiful styles. The following are some of the most popular types of tile roofing.

New England Slate

New England Slate has the appeal of handmade slate of centuries ago. This slate has beveled edges and is smaller in size that other options. It is available in numerous styles of its own, including cottage and swirl brushed.

Old World Vintage

This look is inspired by the homes and buildings built years and years ago in the European countryside. Each tile can be given a delicate, hand crafted texture of wood or moss, making it very unique.

Yorkshire Cottage

This tile provides an intriguing look as it mixes the styles of hand hewn slate and hand split wood shake. It is often interweaved with other styles of tile in order to provide a one of a kind roof with rough, beautiful edges that is uncharacteristic of other roofing materials.

Split Timber

If you are interested in a roof that appears to be cut from wood you'll want to look into split timber tiles. They bring the great look of wood with added versatility and longevity that cedar shake just can't match.

Sierra Mission

This high arching tiles are reminiscent of clay tiles used in old building found south of the border. This appealing tile adds great shadowing to the roof, making the roofing architecture stand out on its own.

European Tiles

A classic option for tile roofing is European. It has a smooth contour that provides a superior, distinctive texture for any roof.

Each of these types of tile roof are available through ProTech roofing from BarTile. We install tile roofing in Utah and offer countless one of a kind tile roofing options. We encourage you to give us a call today at (801) 691-7720 to learn more about tile roof installation in Utah or Southern Idaho. We look forward to helping you make your home gorgeous!

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Written By Brian Corey

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