Roof Tiles / Synthetic
We're proud to offer these outstanding synthetic roof tiles from the
industries leading suppliers including
These are the finest synthetic roofing shingle / tiles on the market and are made from
premium grade materials. A proprietary molding process is used to create tiles
that look better and are far stronger than the natural materials. These
plastic roofing shingles are ideal for
new roofs or as replacement roofs. They an be used over asphalt
shingle shingles, as tile roofs and for commercial applications.
Testing includes the golf course: Multiple direct- drives at a driving
range resulted in NO breakage! They are class 4 Impact Resistant. We highly recommend these for golf-course
Fire Rated: These lightweight roof tiles are
and available in either a Class-A or Class-C fire rating.
Class-4 hail / impact resistance, up to 110 MPH wind ratings,
and are suitable for new or re-roofing on all types of roofs. Designed and manufactured
grade" roof tile, these tiles are suitable for historical restoration, commercial
properties, golf course properties or just to beautifully upgrade an older
These beautiful synthetic roofing tiles are available in Synthetic
Slate Tiles, synthetic
Cedar Shake and the
classic Spanish / Mission Tile
styles. Products are available in all popular natural color
and many can
be purchased wiht mixed/blended tones, offering colors
complement any home.
All the tiles are nailed and applied just like regular roofing
Our synthetic roof tiles feature a 50 Year Manufacturers Warranty (Inspire, Distinction
Tile Warranty or Brava Tile Warranty).
Using synthetic roofing tiles, roofing systems can now be built to be incredibly durable and meet all the green building requirements. With their
extremely high breakage resistance, you can walk on synthetic roof tiles without tile damage. And job-site breakage is virtually eliminated. Cutting odd shapes is simple
too: just use a hand saw or Sawzall -- to saw quickly and safely -- without the silicosis hazards of sawing concrete or stone tiles.
Roof Tile Installation Guides provide clear step-by-step DIY installation and material estimating details:
Spanish / Mission Tile,
Cedar Shake Tiles.
Roof Measurement Reports are quickly provided through our automated satellite
Aerial Measurement Reports. Quick, accurate and Low Cost Reports in 1-3 days.
These are recommended for all re-roofing projects.
Aluminum metal roofing shingles. Beautiful diamond shingles
provide a beautiful high-quality look at an affordable price.
You'll find our quick-shipping & discount prices are unbeatable.
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Synthetic Spanish (Spanish Mission / Roman) Tile Color Options:
Spanish / Mission: Blended Color Options (larger
COOL ROOF COLORS
Synthetic Roof Tile Prices & Ordering Information
Mission / Spanish
Tile Items and Pricing
Mission Roofing Tile Finish Pieces
Brava Type Mission Tile
Slate Tiles and Pricing
Slate Tile Finish Pieces
Slate Product Ordering and Installation Guide
Roofing Installation Video
Wood-Shake and Pricing
Cedar Shake Tile Finish Pieces
Wood Shake Architectural Specifications
Ordering and Installation Guide
Roof System Installation Accessories:
Adhesives for installation, Roof Tile Adhesive
Batten Strips (for
mission / Spanish tiles)
Flashings for Hip and Ridge
Insulation: Spray Foam Attic Insulation Products
Lead Flashing and Valley Metal
Lead Pipe Flashings
Metal Drip Edge
Metal Drip Edge Fasteners
Nails; Ring-shank recommended:
Nails - EG - Coil (hot dipped or SS preferred)
Nails - Hot Dipped - Hand Drive
Nails - Hot Dipped, Ring - Coil <-- Miami-Dade rated nails
Nails - Stainless Steel - Coil
Nails - Stainless Steel - Hand Drive
Cap Nails for underlayment
Ridge and Hip
Ridge Venting Systems
Rolled Roofing, Cap Sheet, Peel & Stick
Roof Reports, Aerial Measurement Reports
Roofing Base Sheet Underlayments
Solar Powered Roof / Attic Vents
Tile-Bond Roof Tile Foam Adhesive (for Hurricane area installations)
Underlayments <--We suggest Titanium underlayments
Product & Installation Information
Brava Mission / Spanish Tiles Installation Guide
Distinction Mission/Roman Tile Product Catalog
Quarrix Mission Tile
Specs and Installation Guide
Quarrix Mission Tile
Shake Roof Construction Manual / Design Guidelines
Design and Installation, Moderate Climates
Tile Roof Installation, Cold Climates
Tile Roof Installation, Hurricanes Climates
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MORE ABOUT SYNTHETIC TILE HIGH-PERFORMANCE ROOFING SYSTEMS: Plastic / synthetic roofing products are manufactured from
blends of new and in many cases recycled plastic materials. The design and process creates products that are superior to all presently employed roofing products. These products
are a superior roofing investment because:
Green roof systems roofing tile features include:
Light weight negates extra structural engineering costs
Superior impact resistance (even golf ball resistant !)
Outstanding fire and flame resistance (Class A as a system, for most items)
100% water resistance (unlike stone and concrete)
Aesthetic beauty: based upon castings of hand selected virgin products
150 MPH Tested Wind Uplift Resistance (higher can be achieved when
tile-bond adhesives are used in addition to standard
UV Resistance: Long term colorfastness and performance.
Zero moisture uptake: Nothing to feed mold growth; no added weight gain.
Mold and Mildew resistant.
Ease and speed of application.
Roofing products are made of 100% recycled plastics and 100% recyclable. They meet all requirements
for green roofs / green buildings systems.
Fire Ratings: For very high fire hazard zones, California's Title 24 Subchapter 7A spells out
strict requirements. Class-A roofs are required for "very High Hazard Zones". Class B is required in 'High Severity Zones, and
Class C for "Moderate" zones. Most synthetic tiles are tested and are certified as Class A, when used with a Class-A underlayments,
and meet Class C with C-Rated and some standard underlayments. Other aspects of roof design are critically important to achieve fire resistance including
vent design, valley metal, rafter exposure, eaves, soffits, gutters, windows, walls, decks and surrounding landscaping.
UL fire resistance
test has three parts. The first is Spread of Flame. A roof mockup measuring 4 x 10' is constructed and allowed to condition
for 30 days. Then the assembly is placed at an incline in a chamber that simulates a
12 MPH wind. A flame is created using a gas burner
across the bottom of the assembly and allowed to propagate up the incline for 10 minutes. The flame spread is measured and rated
according to Class A, B, or C with A being the least flame spread (best rating). The second part is
the Intermittent Spread of Flame. Here the
same process is recreated, but the flame is turned off and on during the test. Again the flame propagation is rated as A, B,
or C. The third
test is the Burning Brand Test, where a pine lattice (called a Crib) is set afire and placed on the roof assembly. If it burns
through to the deck, it fails that rating. Class-A rating would resist a 12 x
12" lattice, B rating would resist a 6 x 6" lattice and C Rating would resist a
1-1/2 x 1-1/2" lattice. Use of fire-rated underlayment and/or sheet is needed to create a fire-resistant and
Independent Labs Roofing Materials Testing: Roofing products and systems are tested and evaluated for fire resistance, weather damage, weathering and performance-related
Online mission tile calculator
Online shake tile calculator
Lightweight: No structural modifications needed.
Cold Weather Application: Can be applied in temperatures as low a 20F.
Pneumatic Gun Nailing: Can be nailed with a coil roofing nailer without breakage.
No Jobsite or Transport Breakage: Eliminates waste, landfill and expensive scrap loss.
Durability: Roof can be walked on during and after installation, plus long-term breakage resistance.
Hail and Golf Ball Resistant !
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