Features & Benefits of Concrete Roof Tiles
After installation, roof tiles require little to no maintenance. Prior to their release, tiles undergo a quality assurance assessment to ensure they can exceed expectations during the harshest of conditions. Due to their natural strength and durability, roof tiles rarely require any maintenance making them a prime long term investment.
The durability of roof tile products is due to the inherent strength of the materials invested into their designs. Concrete tiles actually get stronger with age.
Due to their strong thermal properties, roof tiles are extremely effective temperature regulators meaning cooler air in summer and warmer during winter. This can potentially lead to big savings as your reliance on internal heating devices will be severely diminished throughout the year.
Due to their thickness and density, roof tiles offer greater acoustic insulation than any other roof types. This is an especially important point of consideration for families living in environments exposed to large volumes of external noise such as urban regions or below popular flight paths. Roof tiles are capable of reducing external sounds by 30 decibels.
Boasting a variety of colours, shapes and styles, concrete roof tiles offer a creative license with a potential that is almost limitless. Roof tiles can be optimized to conform to your favourite design style or can even be customized to create something truly unique and one-of-a-kind.
All concrete roof tiles are resistant to salt attack, meaning they will not corrode or degrade under the influence of salt crystal exposure. With many West Australians living close to the coast, roofing systems with the ability to resist the long term impacts of salt attacks are vital.
Handcrafted from non-combustible materials, roof tiles are renowned for their effective fire-resistance. Rated class A in terms of fire-performance, roof tiles are not only effective guards against external flame attacks such as bushfires but also offer protection during isolated fires which originate in the home.
Rainwater and Tank Safe
All roof tiles conform to World Health Organisation standards for healthy drinking water. No hazardous toxins are injected into any roof tiles during the manufacturing process. This means rainwater collected on your roof and stored in a water tank is completely safe to drink. However, external contaminants such as clogged gutters, animal interference and pollution must still be addressed.
Concrete roof tiles offer high wind performance and are capable of resisting winds up to 125mph which exceeds typical cyclone conditions. Their superior performance is due to the heavy weight associated with roof tiles which allow them to better repel against wind suction.