Concrete Tile

Concrete roofing tiles are made of sand, cement, and water.  The materials vary by manufacturer but usually contain portland cement, blended hydraulic cements and fly ash, sand, and a few other aggregates.  The products from most manufacturers look very similar in size, shape, and color, and is available in many different colors and textures. Most concrete tiles are color impregnated, but some are slurry coated instead.

When it comes time to install a new concrete tile roof on your building, you will be ahead of the game if you are using Goodman Construction, because we can supply more than just labor and materials for your roof. We will also offer to assist with color selection, blend proportion, manufacturer selection, and installation method selection. We can devise an installation schedule that will fit your needs.

Concrete tile roofs can be challenging for even seasoned roofers to install. If they are not done right they can trap water on and in your roof and guarantee leaks in the near future. If done right, they will be trouble‐free and give your home or building years of good looks and water shedding.

There are distinct advantages and disadvantages between clay and concrete tiles.  If you are considering having one installed, please contact Goodman Construction so that we can help you make an informed decision about which product is best for your particular needs.