Roof Tiles found across the United States & Canada.
Clay and concrete tiles have been used in the United States and Canada since the early 1800s. They continue to be a popular roofing material due to their durability and resistance to harsh weather conditions. Clay tiles were initially imported from Europe, but by the 1800s, US and Canadian manufacturers began producing their own clay and concrete tiles. The use of clay tiles continued to increase in popularity throughout the 20th century, with many historic buildings and homes still featuring clay tile roofs today. In recent years, there has been a resurgence in the use of clay tiles for both residential and commercial buildings due to their eco-friendliness, energy efficiency, and aesthetic appeal. Overall, clay tiles have played an important role in North American architecture and are a popular roofing choice for many.
Below is a selection of just some tiles we’ve located for clients from coast to coast. If you’re trying to identify what tile is on your roof or need some spare pieces, we’re ready to help. We’ve been helping customers across North America identify and locate the tile they need for over 20 years.
Historic Reproduction Services.
It is possible that the tile you’re searching for has been out of production for a long enough time that there may be none left. For those projects, we offer our clay reproduction service. With only a few sample pieces, we can recreate your tiles to either their current or original condition. We can also replicate any accessory pieces, such as ridge or ornamental tiles as well.
In the past 20 years, we’ve successfully replicated clay tile and ornamental roof tiles for Universities, Churches, Government buildings and private residences.