Tile Roof Installation in Amaya, Texas

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The Cook Roofing Company Difference:

  • Free Roof Estimate
  • Lifetime Workmanship Warranty
  • Fast Response Time
  • We Work with All Insurance Companies
  • Certified & Insured
  • 5-Star Google Rating

About Our Tile Roof Installation Services

Here at Cook Roofing Company, we provide all of our valued customers with the highest quality support and treatment. Whether you already have a tile roof that needs replacement, or you are thinking about upgrading to a new tile roof, don't delay - call 432-223-0542 now!

Cook Roofing Company professionals understand the aspects involved in installing tile roofing. Mark Cook, manager, actually spent several years in the southwest working with tile roofs. While it's unlikely he will be on your roof to physically install it personally, he knows better than perhaps anyone else in Missouri how to properly install tile roofs.

Plus, when it comes to the many other aspects of construction and repairs on your commercial or residential property in Amaya, Texas, 78839, Cook Roofing Company will make sure that all the work is done right, so that your property looks great and is secure and dry again for years to come. Call today at 432-223-0542 to experience the Cook Roofing Company difference!

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Is it Worth Installing Tile Roofing on Your Own?

The internet has granted people access to guides for doing things that you might only think professionals can do. If you're thinking about installing tile roofing on your own, you ought to ask yourself if you're capable of doing the following:

  • Be sure to analyze your roof structure to ensure that it can handle the weight; tile roofs are heavier than more common roofs
  • Make sure that there's no rotting beams or boards in your roof so as to avoid a possible collapse; this also includes reinforcing your roof
  • Ordering enough extra tiles to account for tiles that might get damaged during the roofing process. To be on the safe side, you'll want to order 25-40% of the total amount it would take to cover your whole roof
  • If you live in Amaya, Texas then you need to make sure that you install the proper underlayment for your region. Depending on how much moisture and humidity your area gets during the year, you may need a different underlayment than what's suggested online
  • Renting a boom lift so that you don't have to carry up those heavy tiles to your roof by hand (that'd take all day)
  • Also renting a dumpster. If you already have an old roof, you'll need to throw out that old material and any new tile that gets damaged from handling
  • Install the furring strips appropriately so that when the tiles overlap, they won't be uneven
  • Research and adhere to regional and local building regulations (also any required permits or inspections)
  • Inspect any hips or ridges in your roof to make sure that tiles don't get blown off

That's all you need to do, really.

You're probably thinking about getting a new roof, but you don't know how to go about it. Should you hire someone or do it yourself? Here are some reasons why hiring Cook Roofing is the best option for your home. We'll take care of everything from start to finish so that you can get back to enjoying your home without worrying about leaks and damage! Call us today at 432-223-0542 for an obligation-free estimate! We can help finance your deductible. If we're not able to help with financing, we can still get you started on getting your insurance claim process rolling by helping inspect your home and giving advice on how best to go about this replacement.

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What Are The Types of Tile Roof Installation?

Most people think of the traditional red terracotta Spanish barrel style tile roofs, but there are actually many different types of tile roof installations. Materials used range from clay, slate, concrete, metal, stone-coated steel, composite, and even plastic. They come in a number of different profiles, including S-tile, barrel tile, flat, double roll ("Roman"), blocks, and more. Tiles may be glazed, or natural, and come in uniform or varied colors. There are looks, colors, and styles to fit many different styles of homes, whether modern, country cottage, old world, southwest, or vintage. Call Cook Roofing Company at 432-223-0542 today to explore what a new tile roof might look like on your house today!

Is Tile Roof Installation Worth the Cost?

A tile roof  can cost 2 - 3 times the cost of a traditional shingle roof. That said, a durable tile roof may be the last roof you ever pay for, if you plan to stay in your home for a long time, and financing is often available. Even if you're thinking about moving, though, you may recover as much as 80% of your investment in a new tile roof. That investment is an average of $1200-1800 per square (100 square feet) in Amaya, TX, 78839. It's important to use an experienced tile roof installer, though, like Cook Roofing Company, to make sure it's installed correctly and get the most value from it. We offer competitive thorough estimates, quality installation, and a lifetime workmanship warranty.

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Questions or Concerns For Us? Call Today 432-223-0542

FAQ

Does a tile roof keep a house cooler?
Yes, it does. The color and materials of cement or clay tiles reflect the heat from the sun back into the air rather than absorbing it. Tile roofs are meant for warmer climates, and yes, they keep your home cooler.
How long does a tile roof last?
A tile roof in the appropriate climate can last up to 100 years. Most manufacturers will give you a 50-year warranty for tile roofing, so the chances are that once you get a tile roof, you won't have to worry about a replacement for the remainder of your life.
What's better: tile roofs or shingle?
Of course, the answer to this question depends on your preferences. There are many pros to both tile and shingle roofing, but tile roofing is definitely not for everyone. Shingle roofs are the most common roofs in North America because of their low cost and various styles. Tile roofing is much less common because of its high-end price and unique structural requirements. Tile roofing is much denser than shingle roofing, and it requires your roof to be able to handle much more weight; otherwise, it would collapse. Tile is far longer-lasting, however, because the material doesn't deteriorate; in the right weather, a tile roof can last for up to 100 years. The cost of a tile roof can be more than three times as much as a shingle roof, so if the expense is an issue for you, then tiles may not be as suitable as shingles. If you want something low in cost and is low-maintenance, then shingle is probably the better option for you. But, if you want a long-lasting roof with great style, and you don't mind the extra cost, then tile may be better suited.

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