Why Does the Materials Used in A Roof Tile Matter?
The roof tile is well-loved in the Philippine setting. Everywhere you go, there’s definitely going to be an inspo-worthy roofing tile waiting for you.
Even so, your roof tiles don’t have to be a one-size-fits-all kind of situation. There are a lot of materials available in the industry, and your roofing contractor can direct you to which roof tile you prefer the most. You can install roofing tiles without your home looking like everyone else’s. With an individual roof plan, you can pick your own color, design, and material to your liking.
It’s easy, really. As long as you exhaust your options before picking out your final choice, you definitely won’t regret it for years to come.
And don’t worry, there are a LOT of choices you can pick from here at BITC Roof Tiles. We import and supply international roof tiles from different countries.
But knowing what’s ‘in’ in the roofing industry may help steer you in the right direction.
Here’s the most popular roof tile choice we observed in the second half of this year.
And the clay roof tile still continues to dominate the market after decades! They’re pricey, yes, admittedly. But is it worth the extra pesos? Definitely. Even if they are expensive— they’re ultimately cost-effective since the clay tiles usually last you a hundred years. They require minimal maintenance as well!
Our Shinto roof tiles from Japan are also a popular option among our clients. Ceramic roofing is lighter and, therefore easier to handle and install. They also have excellent waterproofing and fireproofing qualities, in addition to extensive noise insulation.
A newer choice compared to the other two, but this roof tile has been making its way into the ranks. They’re very durable against extreme weather and perform well in the Philippine setting.
For the professional installation of these roofing tiles, get in touch with us – the BITC Roof Tiles! The Philippines’ No.1 roofing tiles contractor and supplier.