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Double Roman Roofing Clay Tile

Updated: May 23, 2023

The Modula clay double roman tile is an exceptionally long-lasting and color-permanent tile that will never lose its original colour. Instead, it will gradually mature over the course of many years, ensuring that your roof will look just as good, if not better, in fifty years than it does on the day it is installed.

The installation of this double roman clay tile is as simple and quick as that of a concrete tile, but at the same time it provides the aesthetic benefits that can only be provided by a natural tile.

Life expectancy of a Double Roman Roofing Clay Tile

When properly cared for, there is evidence to indicate that clay tiles may last up to 150 years. Many historic and traditional structures from different parts of the world have preserved their original cladding.

Some of these structures are still in use today. Their original siding has managed to last for many generations.

Clay roof tiles are impervious to the damaging effects of the sun, rain, frost, and pollution that they often endure.

Roofing made from clay materials may last a lifetime with just a little bit of care and still look great for many years to come.

Are clay tiles expensive

Longevity, eco-friendliness, energy efficiency, aesthetic variation, and minimal maintenance are just a few of the many benefits of clay tiles.

You can expect these tiles to survive for a century or more and to weather even the fiercest of storms with no damage.

Because of its design, air can flow through them, and when the sun is shining, they provide excellent insulation, reducing heating costs.

However, the primary negatives of clay tiles are their high cost, heavy weight, and challenging installation.

The price may seem high, but given its durability, it is likely money well spent.

In contrast, it is precisely their heft that provides them with the strength to resist. Professional installation increases its longevity, so you shouldn't stress too much about it.

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