Interested in getting to know your Cobert Clay Roof Tiles before investing in them? Well— you’re in the right place! BITC Roof Tiles is here to answer your burning questions about roof tiles Philippines… one tile at a time.
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Looking for accredited Japanese roof tiles suppliers? Well, look no further! BITC Rooftiles is a licensed and experienced distributor of a variety of Japanese roof tiles… for already 20 years and counting!
Looking for a fresh roofing material for your new project? We’ve got your roof covered!
Finding the best of the best to work on your roof is no easy feat. Fortunately, we’re here to make it easy for you! And we’ll cut straight to the chase: BITC Roof Tiles is the top-performing roof company and roof tiles provider Philippines.
Thatch roofs have a bad reputation in the modern world, but we shouldn’t easily dismiss them either! Thatch roof is definitely a viable roofing material with today’s manufacturing technology. Enjoy a rustic, island feel, with a reliable and durable roof!
Welcome to another blog of ‘Is It Worth It?”… where a bunch of roofers decide which is which in the industry. And today, we’re taking on the popular debate “Ceramic vs Clay Roof Tiles”.
Shinto ceramic roof tiles have origins way back in Old World Japan, and now we’re bringing classic artistry and cutting-edge technology to you. You can get your hands on quality imported Shinto roof tiles from us at BITC Roof Tiles, the top roofing contractors in Metro Manila!
If you need a roofing project that’s way out of your budget, we might be able to help cut down the costs for you. Hiring and buying from a roof tiles supplier in the Philippines can be expensive, but there are some ways you can get them for significantly cheaper.
We get it. There are a lot of options in your immediate locality, and there are even more when you’re open to sourcing from different locations. The possibilities are endless… and that, right there, is the problem.
Roofs are (obviously) very high places, and it’s best that you are trained and have the necessary safety gear to go up on the roof. That’s why most homeowners (and us roofing companies as well!)