What is Composite Roof Tile?

what is composite roof tile

When deciding on what roofing material to use on your home, Brava composite tile should be at the top of your list. You might be wondering: “What is composite tile?” or “Why should I use Brava composite roof tile on my home?

Brava composite tile is the best alternative to traditional Spanish clay tile, natural slate, and cedar shake roofing! Our composite roofing products last longer, are far more durable, and much more aesthetically, and architecturally, pleasing than asphalt shingles, concrete tiles, as well as slate, shake, and clay tiles.

What is Composite Tile Made of?

Our composite roof tile is made of compressed recycled plastics & other sustainable materials. This creates a composite tile that is much lighter in weight and more durable than alternative roofing solutions. While most plastic shingles manufactured by competing companies do not look real, Brava’s composite tile products are nearly identical to their natural counterparts. In addition, most plastic shingles available on the market are thin and flimsy, where our composite shingles are thick and durable. Brava Roof Tile is the only composite tile manufacturer that offers synthetic roofing products in any custom colors or color combination. Our products are colored throughout, and won’t fade due to the elements like cheap plastic roofing shingles.

Composite Roofing vs Weather

Brava composite roofing solutions are perfect for any climate or region in the world! Other plastic shingles can become brittle and break in freezing climates. Our products can withstand the hottest and coldest of climates. Do you live in an area subject to high UV rays? Brava is the only Miami-Dade certified composite tile that is proven to withstand high temperatures and extreme UV light conditions. Rain, snow, hail, or shine; Brava will withstand the test of time.  All of our composite roofing materials have a 50-year limited warranty.

Types of Composite Roof Tile

Brava roof tile manufactures 3 main product lines including imitation slate, cedar shake, and Spanish tile (also known as barrel tile or double Roman tile).

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