The following photographs show a few of the buildings with new or restored roofs using new and/or salvaged tile, fittings and slate supplied by Tile Roofs, Inc.
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Supplied salvaged Fireflashed Spanish tile blend and custom manufactured fittings for residence in Asheville, North Carolina.
Supplied salvaged Brookville Green Spanish tile and custom manufactured shiny green fittings for restoration of existing Spanish tile roof in Illinois.
Supplied 4,500 sq. ft. of salvaged Ludowici Brittany shingle tiles for new roof in Mission Hills, Kansas.
Supplied matching tiles and fittings for restoration of existing matte green Ludowici Spanish tile roof.
Supplied salvaged French pattern tile and custom fittings for restoration of former Interurban train station.
Supplied salvaged Brookville Green French tiles and fittings for restoration of hail damaged roof in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Supplied 5,000 sq. ft. of salvaged Ludowici Fireflashed Provincial shingle tiles for new residence in Highland Park, Illinois.
Supplied 100 squares of salvaged Ludowici Fireflashed Provincial shingle tile and fittings for new home in the Kansas City, Kansas area.
Supplied 10,000 sq. ft. of new Heritage and Traditional dark, medium and red shingle tile blend for existing home and garages in Lake Forest, Illinois.
Supplied salvaged multi-color graduated slate on new garage to match existing house roof, Glencoe, Illinois.
Supplied salvaged clay Ludowici French tiles, new copper gutters, downspouts and dormer wells, Evanston, Illinois.
Supplied 45 squares of salvaged 10in x 20in Buckingham-Virginia slate for new roof for this home in Winnetka, Illinois.
Restoration of clay tile roof system on the Winnetka Village Hall, Illinois, with new hand finished Heritage shingle tiles supplied by TRI.
The new Heritage shingle tiles were blended in with the existing clay shingle tiles from the 1920’s for a perfect match for the above restoration.
220 squares of new Heritage and Traditional shingle tiles installed on a new residence in the Kansas City area.