Engineered – Composite, Simulated Slate
These are made of reclaimed materials and come in a variety of colors and styles and usually simulate a slate or shake roof. They are estimated to last between 30 and 50 years and can be fairly cost efficient compared to other materials. It should work with any style of home. These products are an upgrade from shingles but are more affordable than concrete tile or slate.
Metal Panel Slate Profile
Durable metal can be shaped to give the appearance of wood shakes or tile. This allows for the strength and longevity of metal while giving a unique look to your roof.
Mission S Concrete Tile
This can work with almost any style of home. It comes in all kinds of colors and styles, is low maintenance and very durable. Once again, it can be expensive on the front end of things but that cost is offset by the durability and lifespan. This product is heavy and the roof deck must be engineered properly to handle the weight.<
Spanish S Profile, Clay Tile
Slate roofs come in a wide variety of sizes, colors, and thicknesses. One can create many different looks to enhance just about any architectural style. Slate is a natural product that is mined or quarried from the earth. It is a very labor intensive product to install. Like clay and concrete tile, this product is also heavy and the roof deck needs to be engineered properly.
Asphalt shingles can be used on any house and is a great value for the money. There are lots of styles and colors. They are easy to repair and fire resistant. Asphalt shingles also offer a variety of designs from basics 3-Tab shingles to the moderate 30 Yr, to the high-end tri-laminate/shake shingles. Even a scalloped look shingle is available.