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If you have been trying to find the perfect type of roof for your Florida home or commercial building, you are not alone. The type of roofing that you choose to install is imperative to the overall look of the building, so you certainly don’t want to settle for a material that is less than perfect. However, with so many material options to choose from, you may be stymied by the selection process. Our team at Premier Roofing can help you to explore the options in more detail so that you make the best decision for your property.

Clay Tile Roof in Florida

 

Clay Tile roof FloridaSlate and clay tile roofs in Florida are both options that are highly popular. These tiled roofs are found on some of the most beautiful estate homes, beautiful retail buildings and other venues. You can browse through the gallery of photos on our website to see how beautifully these tiled roofs complement stucco, stone and other home exteriors. In addition, pay attention to some of the different color options available, but keep in mind that many of the available tile colors are not represented in the photo gallery, and our team can work with you to help you select the right color for your needs.

Concrete Roof in Orlando

Concrete Roof OrlandoA concrete roof in Orlando is also a popular option. The color and style of concrete can be adjusted to most closely meet your needs, and you can browse through an incredible selection of these materials installed on fine properties across Florida when you view the gallery of photos online.

Keep in mind, however, that the style of the roof material is only one factor to consider when selecting a roof. The maintenance requirements, longevity of the material and cost of installation are all vital. The material chosen will also play a role in energy efficiency, and some materials may help you to reduce energy costs over the years. By meeting with one of our skilled roofing experts today, you can view some sample materials of concrete, slate and clay tiles as well as other roofing materials in person. You can also learn more about the benefits of each material.