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Flat Concrete Roof Tile in Westchester

Installed flat concrete roof tile

Like many South Florida homes, this Westchester roof was last replaced in the early 90’s, after Hurricane Andrew. The homeowners chose a flat concrete roof tile to replace their existing barrel tile. They also opted for the 4503 Sierra Madre tile, a Bel Air profile from Eagle Roofing Products. The charcoal color with black streaks gives the home a modern & sleek look.

Below are before & after photos showing the installation process of flat concrete roof tiles.

 

Concrete Roof Tile: S-Tile

Installed "S" Concrete Roof Tile

This home originally had a 3-Tab Asphalt Shingle Roof which was replaced with an “S” concrete roof tile. This S-Tile is the Capistrano profile by Eagle Roofing Products and the model is 3503 Sierra Madre.

The dark shade of the Sierra Madre roof tile contrasts well against the lighter colors on the exterior walls of the home. The photo gallery below shows the process of installing the new S-Tile Roof as well as a BUR/Flat Roof over the home’s rear patio.

Stucco Siding & Exterior Remodel in Westchester

After photo of exterior remodel with stucco siding

Originally built in the 1960’s, this Westchester home was updated with new stucco siding, a new roof, high-impact windows, a re-surfaced driveway and new wood fence. The nice horizontal lines from the stucco siding and the new impact windows give the home a clean modern look.

The exterior color scheme was chosen to compliment the new charcoal roof tiles. Below are before & after photos of the exterior remodel with new stucco siding.

Flat Roof Tile Installation: Floridian Blend

After photo of installed Floridian Blend Eagle Flat Tile Roof in Westchester

Below is a gallery showing the flat roof tile installation process at a Westchester residence in Miami-Dade. The roof tile installed was supplied by Eagle Roofing Products and it is their Bel Air Floridian Blend.

Roof Repair / Fire Damage

This is a fire damaged home in Westchester. These photos are of the kitchen roof trusses that were chard and needed to be replaced. The project also required the legalization of a residential addition on top of the fire damage repair. Some of the plumbing and electrical had to be put to today’s code, air conditioning, structural repairs, complete roofing, drywall and painting.