Concrete Roof Tile: Systems and Installation Methods
American Made. American Owned. Eagle Roofing Products is a division* of Burlingame Industries, a California based privately held, family-owned organization. From these family roots, our business philosophy and vision have blossomed. Founded three decades ago by Robert Burlingame, Eagle began operations in the fall of 1989 with just one high-pressure concrete tile extrusion machine located in Rialto, California. In a ten-year period, the Rialto plant serviced all of California, Arizona and Nevada with a capacity to produce concrete roof tile for over 83,000 homes per year. Fast forward to present day and Eagle’s Rialto facility continues to be the largest in North America. In addition to Rialto, we have manufacturing plants in Phoenix, Arizona, as well as Stockton, California and Sumterville, Florida meeting the demand for concrete roof tile across the United States and Canada. Furthermore, Eagle has grown to a workforce of over 800 employees that are knowledgeable in not only concrete roof tile but in regional trends and needs. Our expertise in the building and roofing industries, coupled by our extensive array of profiles and colors, enables us to provide our customers with high quality concrete roofing products that are aesthetically beautiful, long-lasting and environmentally friendly.
- Recall the storied history of concrete roof tile systems and see how the modern manufacturing methods have brought this product to a near zero waste life cycle
- Become familiar with the performance attributes of a properly installed concrete roof tile system that have shown to be one of the worlds strongest and most durable roof systems in cases of extreme weather or fire
- Discuss modern installation methods of concrete roof tile systems that have proven to ensure the highest level of safety in protecting the building envelope
- Identify the robust aesthetic design options achievable with a concrete roof tile system through numerous different profiles, virtuously unlimited color possibilities, and alternative installation details