Tile Roof Repair


There are many benefits to having a tile roof:

  • Eye-catching style and design options
  • Extremely weather resistant
  • Added home value
  • Reduced energy costs
  • Durability
  • Low maintenance
  • Great color selection
  • Hassle-free performance
  • Extremely long lifespan
  • Water shedding ability
  • Withstand winds over 100 mph
  • Resistant to insect infestation
  • Rot resistant
  • Fire resistant
  • Heat tolerant


Safety First – Be sure you are anchored

When working in an area where a scaffold or aerial lift is not practical, workers can use a PFAS with a secure anchor. OSHA requires that anchors are able to hold at least 5,000 pounds of weight per person, or maintain a safety factor of at least two (twice the impact load) under the supervision of a qualified person. Anchors must not be attached to sheathing alone, because it may not be strong enough to hold the sudden weight of a falling worker. Anchors should be fixed to a strong structural feature (like a sheathed truss). Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions or consult a qualified person when installing anchors.


Second – Replacing Tiles

If you have damaged tiles, they can be replaced. A stylish new tile roof is a smart choice when you want to enhance your curb appeal and protect your home. Clay and concrete tiles come in a multitude of colors, styles, and textures, for a truly custom look. Another great thing about tile roofs is that they are completely green because the tiles come from a natural source and are completely recyclable. Tile roofs also cost less long term, than shingle roofs because they don’t require as much maintenance, typically need fewer repairs, and they don’t need to be replaced as often!

Clay tiles look nice across a large variety of homes and lend a touch of flair reminiscent of Spanish-style architecture. For an aesthetically striking choice with even better longevity, consider slate or concrete tiles.