Tile Roofs

We are a San Francisco Bay Area Tile Roofing Contractor providing expert Tile Roof Installations, Repairs, Maintenance and Restoration in Marin County, San Francisco, Sonoma County and Napa Valley.

Certified Tile Expertise

Our tile roofers are certified tile roof installers who are skilled professionals with specialized expertise in installing and maintaining tile roofing systems.

Class A Fire Rated Tile Roofs

Durable, recyclable. and energy efficient, Clay Tile Roofs and Concrete Tile Rppfsare a perfect choice for sustainability. Additionally, their Class “A” fireproof rating provides assurances to property owners within the wildland-urban interface districts, including San Rafael, Novato, Lucas Valley, Mill Valley, Corte Madera, and Nicasio. 

Napa Sonoma Winery Roofing

Clay Tile Roofs

From Napa Valley wineries and downtown San Rafael to San Francisco’s Presidio, the timeless beauty of a Clay Tile Roof celebrates the rich architectural style of California. A natural roofing material, Clay Tile has excellent insulation properties and lasts a lifetime. 

Concrete Tile Roofs

With a look of natural clay or slate, standard-weight Concrete Tile is a value-engineered alternative to Clay Tile. Available in vailable in a wide range of colors and designs, concrete tile is a durable, sustainable roof system. Most concrete tile products are Cool Roof Rated and compliant to gold building requirements. For standard-weight re-roofing with concrete tile, structural analysis is necessary to determine adequate weight-load capacities of the building.

Lightweight Concrete Tile Roofs

A hybrid concrete roof tile designed to be less than 6.4 pounds per square foot. This roof system retains all the positive attributes of standard-weight roof tile and can be installed on any pitched structure.

Marin Roofing Company CRRC Certified

Many Clay Tile and Concrete Tile roof systems comply with ENERGY STAR® standards for solar reflectance and thermal emissivity to qualify as Cool Roofs and are rated by the Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC) meeting California’s Title 24 requirements.