Roof Tile + Behmer Roofing & Sheet Metal

ROOF TILE

BEHMER KNOWS TILE ROOFING

Tile roofing offers a timeless and stylish look to most residential homes and businesses. Versatility is the name of the game with tile- roof tiles come in many colors, sizes, styles, and shapes. The most popular are Flat Concrete Tile and Concrete “S” Tile.

Behmer Roofing has been installing tile roof systems as a local Arizona roofing contractor for over 35 years. Learn more about if tile roofing is right for you and set up a free estimate with Behmer Roofing today!

WHERE TO USE TILE

Concrete Roof Tile should only be used on a structure that can support the weight as they are very heavy – close to 10 pounds per square foot.

COMPLETE TILE RE-ROOFS

Do you have an existing tile roof that you want to upgrade? If you have an existing tile roof, removing it and installing a new concrete roof tile system is no problem. We remove the existing tile, install new underlayment, and install the new roof tile.

TILE "R&R" - REMOVE AND RE-INSTALL

Tile R&R’s are very popular in Scottsdale and Phoenix because they are cheaper than replacing the existing tile, but you get all new underlayment, which on a tile roof is a major component of the waterproofing. We will remove your existing without taking it off the roof, install new underlayment and flashings, and then re-install your existing concrete tile.

TYPES OF TILE

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Clay Tiles

Clay tile is the longest lasting, most durable type of roof tile, however, it is the most expensive.

Tile Roof System

Concrete Tiles

Concrete tile is the most common type of roof tile system in Arizona, and comes in a variety of shapes and colors.

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Typically tile roof systems are moderately priced, more expensive than shingles, and less than metal. Get a free estimate on how much your tile roof will cost – call Behmer Roofing today!

On average, tile roofs can cost anywhere between $300 and $500 per square foot. The shape and size of your roof can greatly impact the cost in either direction.

If regularly maintained, a concrete tile roof can last around 25 years, at this point the underlayment needs to be replaced.