quarrix double roman composite tile provides the same beautiful look as traditional clay and concrete tiles but with the benefits of a lightweight synthetic roof tile material. 67% less weight than traditional roof tiles, quarrix double barrel roof tile can be installed on existing homes and buildings without needing structural roof
a tile roof is a costly upfront investment, especially if you opt for clay tiles rather than concrete ones. however, tiles offer many great benefits including durability, longevity, energy-efficiency, great curb appeal, low maintenance, hurricane-grade wind mitigation (with proper installation and maintenance), fire safety, and more. traditional (non-metal made) tiles are most commonly
brava roof tile. offers composite roofing in slate, shake and barrel tile styles. both the slate and shake have an old world, hand-cut appearance with lots of depth for shadowing and visual interest. 14 slate and 9 shake colors are produced. brava barrel tile is very traditional in appearance in 20 colors. each is a rich blend of hues.
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brava barrel tile is truly a revolutionary roofing product, unrivaled in the composite roofing industry. barrel tile roof product profile. barrel roof tile, more commonly known as spanish tile (or double roman), is a term often used to describe the multiple forms of semi-cylindrical roofing tile that is laid in an interlocking pattern.