Profile clay roof tiles remain as popular as ever, adding a beautiful finishing touch to the roof of any building, whether public or residential. In terms of shape and design, clay offers great flexibility and we work with our manufacturers to supply both plain clay tiles and profile clay tiles to meet almost any requirement. From low to high-pitch roofs, they can incorporate a range of different styles to emulate other variants of tile to match existing designs and materials.
Benefits of profile clay roof tiles Profile clay roof tiles are popular because of their easy of installation. Profile roof tiles interlock, meaning that they can be installed quickly and don’t require much maintenance. Their overall aesthetic once installed is even and uniform, with minimal room for error. Here are some of the key benefits of profile clay roof tiles:
Strong and durable
Provides great insulation
What is a profiled tile? A profiled tile is a range of tiles that interlock. They come in a large selection of curved and angular patterns, as well as different colours and finishes. They are designed for ease and speed of installation. Our profile clay tiles are just one style or roof tile available at Roofstores.
What are the three most common types of profile roof tile? Profile roof tiles are pretty standard in their construction from brand to brand, but are otherwise categorised by the type of material they’re made from. Here at Roofstores, you can find clay profile roof tiles like these, and concrete profile roof tiles.
What is the profile of a roof tile? So what does profile mean when it comes to roof tiles? A profile refers to the shape of a tile. There are three main ‘profiles’ of roof tile:
Flat profile - a straight tile with no curves
Low profile - a small curve and rise-to-width ratio up to 1:5
High profile - a larger curve with a rise-to-width ratio greater than 1:5
What profile clay roofing tiles are available? Our range of profile clay tiles includes widths between 100mm - 400mm and from leading brands like Marley, Crest and Redland. We have a weight range of between 1kg and 7kg and a selection of colours and surfaces too, so you’ll be able to find exactly the right tile for your project at Roofstores. Call us today if you need any advice on choosing the best profile clay tiles for your project.