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Eagle Concrete Roof Tile. The Choice Is Easy.

Eagle’s concrete roof tile is a smart choice for builders, roofers, architects and homeowners. Whether your interest is durability, color selection or energy efficiency, Eagle concrete roof tile is an easy choice.

Durability. Warranty.

Through rain, snow, high wind and scorching heat, a properly installed Eagle tile roof can withstand the elements providing years of worry-free performance. All Eagle roof tile is Class-A Fire Rated. Eagle roof tile exceeds current seismic load requirements. Eagle roof tile is protected by a Lifetime Transferable Limited Product Warranty. Eagle roof tile helps to lower energy costs by reducing heat transfer through air circulation and concrete’s inherent insulating properties.

Affordability.

When you consider that a concrete tile roof will last for the life of the structure, the full life-cycle cost of the roof is affordable. With regular maintenance, the hassle and expense of re-roofing is minimized.

Beauty. Curb Appeal.

Eagle concrete tile roofs are beautiful. The available styles and colors will help to enhance any architecture resulting in curb appeal that is not available with other roofing materials. Adding the performance and longevity of a concrete tile roof to its aesthetic qualities results in a project that gets noticed. Whether you are a production builder looking for ways to differentiate your development or a home-owner who plans to sell your home in the near future, a concrete tile roof will help increase the quality and value of your structure.

Styles. Colors.

Eagle’s selection of styles and colors is unmatched by any other concrete tile manufacturer. This variety allows homeowners, architects, roofers, distributors and builders the ability to find just the right shape and blend for a given architecture. Our products are made to emulate historic roofing materials–like wood shake, clay and slate–but are much more affordable alternatives. Our colors have been designed by professionals with a keen sense of aesthetics and who understand trends in exterior finishes. Whether you are looking for vibrant blends or more naturalistic hues, Eagle has a product to meet your needs.

Capistrano
Boosted Capistrano
Malibu
Bel Air
Estate
Ponderosa
Double Eagle Ponderosa
Double Eagle Bel Air
Golden Eagle
Lightweight Alternative

Eagle Concrete Roof Tile Frequently Asked Questions

How long do tile roofs really last?

No one knows for sure. Tile roofs date back to Neolithic China, and many ancient structures with tile roofs still exist. In Europe and Asia roof tiles have been the primary roofing product for hundreds of years. Both clay and concrete tile roofing systems, when installed properly, will withstand weather conditions that begin to deteriorate other roofing products the day they are installed. In general, a tile-roof, clay or concrete—may outlast the building it protects.

Are roof tiles available in shapes other that Spanish or Mediterranean?

Yes. Roof tiles come in many colors, shapes and sizes. In fact, with modern innovations, clay and concrete roof tile manufacturers produce tiles that suit any architectural style, from authentic Spanish and Mediterranean to New England Colonial, historic or contemporary. Roof tiles can be flat or round, simulate wood shakes, or slate replicate centuries-old roofing materials. The possibilities are virtually limitless.

Why consider a tile roof instead of asphalt shingles?

VALUE:…Resale’s and property values… APPEARANCE: There is not an asphalt shingle on the market that can match the superior aesthetics of clay and concrete roof tile. The numerous styles, hundreds of colors, and variety of finishes available with roof tile allow you and your designer to create a roof to suit nearly any architectural style or one that is entirely unique. PERFORMANCE: Roof tile has been used for centuries worldwide and for good reason. Both clay roof tile and its modern partner, concrete, are not only beautiful but also extremely durable. With proper building design and installation, tile roofs can last 50 to 100 years or more. They do not rot in wet climates and are not susceptible to destruction by pests. Tile roofs can be used in any climate or region and can withstand fire, earthquakes, the severest weather conditions, including hail, wind and snow. For these reasons, most roof tile manufacturers offer product warranties of at least 50 years. ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY: Both clay and concrete roof tiles are made from naturally occurring materials that do not deplete precious natural resources. They are manufactured without chemical preservatives. And old tiles can be recycled to make new tiles or other products. COST EFFECTIVE: With superior aesthetics, durability and longevity, roof tile is a cost-effective alternative to other roofing products. A simple comparison of lifecycle costs makes it clear that a tile roof is one of the best available today.

Do tile roofs protect my home from fire better than other materials?

Concrete and clay tiles are completely non-combustible. The complete roof assemble has a Class A fire rating, the highest fire resistant rating available. Buildings with Class A rated tile roof systems should be eligible for the lowest fire insurance rates.

What about the insulation value of the tile roof?

Tile roofs are good insulators. The combined effect of the roof tiles, air space, and decking allows for better air circulation and reducing direct heat transfer. This should lower energy costs year round.

Can Eagle tiles be walked on?

The warranty states you should stay off the roof whether it is concrete, clay or shingles.

How much do Eagle tiles weigh?

It depends on the profile and whether it is light-weight (EagleLITE) or standard weight.

What can be done or why does roof tile accumulate moss or algae?

Moss/algae can grow on most surfaces if the conditions are right, including glass. Washing with a mild detergent will clean most concrete roof tiles. Scrubbing or moderate pressure washing may also be required. Only a professional should undertake cleaning a steep roof surface.

Can Eagle tile be pressure washed?

Yes, but only by a professional. NOTE: High levels of water pressure can be damaging to concrete tile surfaces. A sufficient pressure level to clean the tiles and not harm the surface should be determined before starting the cleaning process.

Why would a homeowner, builder, architect, or contractor choose Eagle roof tile?

Eagle offers exceptional service, the widest range of roof tile colors available, and a lifetime transferable warranty.

Is one profile of Eagle tile stronger than another?

Yes, the more curves in Eagle products, the stronger they become.

Can Eagle tile be painted?

Yes, there are companies that professionally stain roof tile.

If my home has a few broken tiles, how easy are they to replace?

Very easy.

Will Eagle tile fade? Does Eagle treat the tile so that it will not fade?

Due to the elements in our atmosphere which cannot be controlled, all tile products will fade over time gradually.

What kind of warranty is offered on Eagle roof tile?

Eagle offers a lifetime warranty, which is also one time transferable. Warranty must be registered. Please call 800-400-3245 with warranty questions.

What is the procedure for the engineering report?

You are required to have a report to obtain a permit. You must use a licensed contractor, and the tile must ship directly to the job-site.(if not, the homeowner/roofer is responsible for payment.)

How do I determine whether I need light-weight or standard weight roof tile?

Your roofing contractor will advise you, or you can contact a structural engineer and pay for the report.

Does Eagle tile have a hail rating and/or qualify for insurance discounts?

The concrete roof tile produced in Eagle’s Phoenix, Arizona plant has received hail impact resistance certification through the Roof Covering Impact Certification Program of Architectural Testing. Eagle’s Malibu and Capistrano tiles have a Class 4 rating while the flat tiles have a Class 3 rating. The test procedure used is that of FM 4473 whereby ice balls of various sizes are propelled at high velocity directly at the roofing material simulating the real world actuality of a hail storm. The resulting rating scale, based on dimension of the ice balls, velocity and kinetic energy, provides a class ranking between 1 and 4 with 4 being the highest rating and therefore providing the best protection. Eagle is proud to announce that our products received Class 3 (1 ¾” ice balls) and Class 4 (2″ ice balls) ratings.

Does Eagle tile qualify for insurance discounts in hail prone areas?

The concrete roof tile produced in Eagle’s Phoenix, Arizona plant has received hail impact resistance certification through the Roof Covering Impact Certification Program of Architectural Testing. This certification has qualified Eagle product for insurance discounts through State Farm. The State Farm site currently lists available home insurance discounts for premium roofing materials in the following states and provinces: Alberta, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Each state’s discounts vary and it is best to check with your insurance agent for specifics. The State Farm site provides a list of eligible products, including Eagle concrete roof tile, by state. Follow this link to learn more: http://www.statefarm.com/insurance/other/roofinfo.asp.

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