Clay tiles, in addition to giving your roof great protection and durability, come in a variety of styles, colors, and textures for an impressive appearance. The most common style is the “S” tile, or the Spanish, Barrel, or Mission style. Another style is flat tile, or shingle tile.
They handle the toughest of weather elements: wind, hail, and rain. Since they are fireproof, you can expect your homeowners’ insurance to be lower.
Although clay tile roofing is one of the most expensive and labor intensive roofing materials for installation, their longevity makes their expense more reasonable.