Eagle Concrete Roof Tiles
Eagle’s Flat Tile profiles provide a wide range of choices without sacrificing quality. These flat tiles can mimic the texture and appearance of natural materials like wood, shake, clay, and slate, offering a cost-effective alternative!
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Please note that these concrete roof tiles are crafted from natural materials, and color variations may occur. While we’ve made every effort to display accurate colors on our website, photographic techniques can sometimes alter the appearance. Additionally, slight variations in color or flashing might arise during manufacturing.
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About Eagle Concrete Roof Tiles
Eagle Concrete Roof Tiles have peerless elegance, robustness, and durability!
2Excludes color bonded/Slurry Tiles
Energy Efficiency Ratings
Staggered Installation Considerations
See how Real Tile Roofs Compare to Asphalt Shingles
Tile. Durable, elite defense.
- Gone are the days of solely “round and red” real tile roofs. Nowadays, they are accessible in a wide range of shapes and hues.
Exclusively natural materials utilized
- Concrete tile roofs are crafted using exclusively natural ingredients such as sand, cement, water, and oxide.
- These roofs are both recyclable and biodegradable once they reach the end of their usable life.
- Contrary to other materials, tile roofs are not composed of plastic, resin, rubber, or metal, and remain resilient against warping, rusting, and bending.
Heftier and built to last.
- Tile roofs outweigh asphalt shingles, a characteristic that translates to a longer lifespan, superior thermal performance, resilience to weather conditions, resistance to impact, and many other benefits.
Equipped to withstand severe weather phenomena.
- Tile roofs are designed to endure the harshest weather conditions, unlike asphalt shingle manufacturers who factor in annual roof replacements in their sales forecasts.
- These roofs can brave continuous winds with speeds reaching up to 180 mph.
- They meet the criteria for a Class A Roof Assembly and have passed hail and impact tests in specific regions.
- Moreover, they can withstand freeze-thaw cycles, except for those with color bonded or slurry tiles.
Asphalt Shingle. Short-term, fundamental shelter.
Asphalt Shingles are not distinctive.
Unfriendly to the Environment.
- Asphalt shingles do not favor the environment due to their petroleum-based composition, which also contributes significantly to landfill waste.
Inadequate performance in hail storms.
- Asphalt shingles fail to hold up well under hail storm conditions, often necessitating roof repairs even after mild hail events, as roofers flock to affected neighborhoods.
- Synthetics and plastic materials do not have a demonstrated history of being durable and enduring when used in roofing products.
Prone to Damage from Strong Winds.
- As they age, dry out, lose granules, and develop cracks, asphalt shingles become increasingly vulnerable to damage from high winds.
Unable to Withstand Severe Temperature Fluctuations.
- Asphalt shingles are ill-equipped to cope with substantial temperature shifts, which can lead to cracking and fading.
- This is largely due to their reliance on temporarily adhered granules that can easily become detached.
SPECIFICATIONS (ALL DIMENSIONS ARE NOMINAL)
|AWARDS & RECOGNITION
|Good Housekeeping Rated
|$ - $$$$
|DURABILITY & TOUGHNESS
|Can last up to 75 years with proper installation, quality materials and preventative maintenance
|EXTREME WEATHER IMPACT RATED
|Highest Rating - Class A
|Yes. Excludes color bonded/slurry tiles
|Natural products, sand, cement, water and oxide
|Approved for Miami Dade high velocity hurricane zone. Can withstand sustained winds up to 180mph
|IMPACT RESISTANCE TEST
|Class 3 and Class 4 (Tile can withstand impact from a 2″ ice ball)
|Concrete Roof Tile
|Meets requirements of the Texas Department of Insurance
|COOL ROOF RATINGS COUNCIL (CRRC)
SHIPPING AND PACKAGING
|TILES/100 SQ FT WITH 3" HEADLAP
|APPROX. INSTALLED WEIGHT FIELD TILE/100 SQ FT