Do Concrete Roofs Last 50 Years?
Most companies claim that concrete roofs last 50 years, but is this really true? While they protect you from fire, water, moss, termites and earthquakes, they are not really resistant to breakage, and you should not be surprised to repair or replace broken or lost concrete tiles once in a while. It’s true that concrete roofs are durable, and they are energy-saving too. So it may take years before the need to reinstall a new roofing system arises. In fact, most roof tile companies are confident enough about the performance and durability of concrete roofs that they offer 50-year limited warranties.
Careful selection of your roofing material and proper installation are the most important things to consider in order for concrete roofs to last more than 20 years. Also make sure that you buy from a reputable company to make sure of the roof’s quality.
Some even claim that roofs last a lifetime, but if you’re a clever consumer, you would know that believing such is overrated. Nothing lasts forever, and so do roofs. But the best thing you can do as a homeowner is to responsibly inspect your concrete roofs yearly so that you can abstain from constantly repairing your roof.
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