When looking for a new roof, you need to strike a balance between durability and curb appeal. If you’re looking for a roof that has both of these qualities, why not consider installing tile roofs?
Of course, you should always prioritize durability – your roof, after all, is your home’s first line of defense against the elements. A tile roof made from either concrete, clay or slate will have no problem resisting New Mexico’s notorious high winds or scorching temperatures. Plus, tile roofs can resist common roofing issues, such as fire, rot and insects.
Keep in mind that the durability of your tile roof will depend on the material used. Concrete tiles have a 50-year warranty, but if you want a roof with exceptional durability, we recommend installing slate and clay roof tiles. These can last for up to 100 years.
Concrete and clay tiles are a great choice if you’re aiming for a Southwestern and Mediterranean to your exterior: natural earth tones are hallmarks of these architectural styles. If you prefer Victorian, colonial and Tudor-style facades, try installing slate roof tiles.
Remember, when making a significant investment, don’t get too preoccupied with the costs; focus instead on the potential return on investment (ROI) and how you can get value for your money. Installing a tile roof can be expensive at first, but its ROI increases over the long run, thanks to its exceptional durability and classic appeal.
To safeguard your investment, make sure to hire an experienced roofing contractor. A tile roof can be trickier to install than other types of roofs.
Looking for an experienced contractor in your area?
Goodrich Roofing is one of the most experienced roofers in the state, being a third-generation family business and boasting 70 years’ worth of experience in the industry. We offer a wide range of professional roofing services and a wide variety of premium roofing materials from Eagle® and Boral®. To request a free quote, call us at (505) 219-4450, or fill out our form here. We serve homeowners in New Mexico.