What's on my roof?

Let us help identify what material is on your roof.

You’re a new homeowner or contractor looking at a roof not sure of the material.  Or do you know it’s a clay roof but you don’t know the manufacture.  With the help of our partners Tile Roofs Canada, we’ve see 1000’s of different types of materials, installation methods, and uses for roofing products over our 25 years.  Let us take the guess work out of identifying and securing the correct tile for your project.

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Concrete Roof Tiles

Do you have a lower-profile roof installed in the 70s or 80s? It could be a concrete tile from Marley, Unicrete, Columbia.  Concrete tiles were manufactured in Ontario, Alberta, and Quebec since the 1970's with the last plant closing in the early 2000's.  While some are hard to find there is still a good supply of replacement tiles for repair.  For new construction projects, we have a great alternative from Eagle which works in almost every situation. 

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Marley Roof Tiles

Canadian Marley Roof Tiles were produced in Milton Ontario throughout the 1980's and early 90s. There are hundreds of homes across southern Ontario with Marley Roofs.  We can inspect, repair, and maintenance any Marley Roof.

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Clay Roof Tiles

Synonymous with luxury and timeless clay tiles are found worldwide in the most significant homes and institutions. Available in a wide range of colors and styles, there is a clay tile for every project. 100% Green with a low carbon footprint Clay Tiles are fully recyclable even after their 100-year life span.

Spanish Style Roof Tile

One of the most popular styles of Clay and Concrete tiles, these tiles usually have a high barrel "S" shape.  Commonly either red or orange, "Terra Cotta" can also be glazed in greens and blues.   We carry a wide variety of these tiles for repair and restoration work.  

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Slate

Since the 1800s, slate has been quarried and used on the finest homes and buildings around North America. Slate is still revered for its hardness, variety of colors, and weather resistance. Our partners Tile Roof Canada have been partners with North American and European quarries for over a decade. As with our tiles, the state is regularly tested against the most rigorous standers ensuring our clients receive the highest quality stone.

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Historic Material

Curious about what's really on your roof? Is it Clay, Concrete, or something really old? Could it be slate, and if so, what color or size is it? Is it historic or imported from Europe in the early 1900s? There are 100's if not thousands of tiles that have been produced and imported into North America in the past century, we can help identify what's on your roof.

Send us a picture of your roof, and we can get started identifying the roof for you.

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Let's get your roof identified.

Option 1

The fastest way to help you identify the product in question is with a picture.
Please take a picture of the front and the back and email it to Sales@TileRoofsCanada.com

Once we get your email our experts will have a look at your pictures and contact you with the identification.

Option 2

I don't have a piece of the tile? Don't worry take a picture of your roof from a few different locations around your house and email it to sales@tileroofscanada.com

As long as it's a good picture we should be able to determine the roof type.

Option 3

If you don't have a good picture and cant get a picture from the ground don't worry we can come to you.   Our expert roofers are out around the province every day and we can book a stop at your home or business to identify the tile.