Tile

Tile and Slate/Steep Slope Systems

Mestas Roofing, Inc. installs steep slope systems from manufacturers such as Eagle and Boral. Tile systems holds advantages regarding fire safety, non-combustibility, and durability. Roofing tiles can be produced in many materials and exhibit many different benefits. These include concrete's sporting of high cost-effectiveness and durability, to the light weight and superior life cycle cost of metal tiling, and the rich aesthetics and highly variable design options available to clay tiles. Tile systems demonstrate higher durability than many other roofing systems, with tiling constructed from concrete or clay being two of the most commonly used materials.

Clay

Clay roofing tiles are manufactured through baking molded clay into the tile's form, and are an environmentally safe material. Tiles are capable of being glazed and also allow for texture treatments applied onto the tile surface. As a result of these options, there exists a wide variety of styles, profiles, colors, and finishes available to a clay tile system.

Concrete Tile Roofing

Concrete tile is by far the most popular type of residential roofing in Las Vegas and most of the Southwest. One of the most obvious advantages of a tile roof is its beauty but there are many other advantages such as lowering energy costs. Concrete tile is durable in harsh weather when properly installed, Class A fire rated and affordable.

Continuous panels run from the ridge of the roof all the way down to the eaves. Between the panels are seams connected by fasteners which are raised above the level of the metal roofing. This is where we get the term standing seam, because the seam is raised or standing, as opposed to flush-mounted.