Residential Slate and Tile Roofing In Wichita, KS
Slate and tile roofing are higher-end roofing options that can make a huge impact for your home or business. Clark’s Roofing and Construction can guide you through the tricky area of slate and tile roofing. Tiles can be made from terracotta, slate rock, concrete, clay and plastic. Most of them are coated with waterproof glazes.
Slate roofing tile is made by splitting slate rock into thin sheets. Other types of tile roofing materials are made the same way, or they are formed in molds.
They are incredibly durable, which makes it an attractive choice, although many clients are scared off by the initial cost of installation and the difficulty of installation. Tile roofing in Wichita is best left to the experts at Clark’s Roofing and Construction.
Slate Roofing Installation.
Installing slate roofing takes time and experience. Unskilled contractors may not know enough about slate roofing to install it properly. Clark’s experts know everything about slate roofing, so you’ll get expert work if this is the option you choose.
Slate Roof Repair.
The same goes for repairs of slate tile roofing. A good contractor will be able to repair a small section of your slate roof without doing more damage. You should ask a lot of questions and maybe even get references to be sure your contractor knows what they’re doing.
Slate Roofing Cost.
Slate roofing can cost from $1,000 to $8,000 per square, depending on a number of factors. Cost is the biggest drawback for most people considering a slate roof, but there’s no doubt that its value, beauty and fire resistance are worth paying a little more for.
Tile Roof Problems.
Problems with tile roofs do exist, as with any other product. You really need someone who knows what they’re doing to install tile roofing in Wichita. It takes more skill to install tile roofing, and many contractors aren’t up for the challenge although they might not tell you so.
Cleaning A Tile Roof.
You shouldn’t have to do much to clean your tile roof. Moss and other stains can be removed with strong water pressure. Using a pressure washer could be all you need to clean your tile roof, especially if you catch stains or other damage early. If you need something stronger, you can use chemical cleaners that are specifically designed for slate and tiler roofs.
Tile Roof Repair.
Although tile itself is extremely strong, it can leak between the tiles. You’ll have options when you need tile roof repair. You might need an emergency repair to get by until permanent repairs can be made. Depending on how old the roof is, this will determine our repair approach.
Tile Roofing Cost.
The cost of some kinds of tile roofs can be considerable. You could be looking at up to $1,000 per square, but you also might choose an option that costs much less, depending on what style and material you choose. Tile roofing in Wichita can be more affordable than you think!
In the meantime, give us a call! Call Us Now
© Copyright 2017 Clark's Roofing and Construction - All Rights Reserved