Tile roofs have been around for thousands of years as a mainstay of classical architecture. From cathedrals to farmhouses, tile roofs can be found all over the world. There are several variations of the tile roof, which mostly have to do with the shape of the tile, but the principle behind them is the same. Each tile overlaps the next and allows water to shed off. Tile can last several lifetimes when installed and maintained properly, and offers a classic look that can only be matched by other natural products such as slate. Tile roofing is becoming a lost art, and because of this, it is a bit cost prohibitive for most people. Installation can take a long time because each piece must be hand cut to fit around the edges and corners of the roof, which also adds to the cost of the job.  However, when it all comes together it is a sight to behold, and something that can be appreciated for generations. 

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