Tilcor Blog

5 Tips For Contractors Who Want To Sell More Metal Roofs

With the amount of natural disasters that have plagued the U.S. this year, stronger and more durable building materials have been top of mind for everyone - including homeowners who want to...

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Thermal Heat Test: Tilcor Stone Coated Steel vs Concrete Tile

Can the age, type and color of a roof directly impact the temperature of a home? Absolutely. 

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We’re Giving “Re-Roof” A Whole New Meaning

One of the top questions we get from contractors and homeowners about our stone coated steel roof tiles is “can a Tilcor roof be installed over an existing roof?”

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Climate Change Contributing To Need For Better Roof Materials

Warm oceans make for more hurricanes and more risk. If you haven’t made the switch to stronger roof material, now is time to. 

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Keep An Eye Out For These Roof Problems

Most people don’t spend too much time thinking about their home’s roof. After all, it's out of sight, out of mind. Unfortunately, neglecting your roof may cause significant problems for the rest...

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Tilcor Chosen For Historic Roof Restoration – Blann Log Cabin

When searching for a traditional shake roof alternative, Tilcor CF Shake shingles should be at the top of your list. The textured-finish of our tiles feature the wood-grain appearance of...

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Tilcor Selected For Marco Island, FL Roof

Florida is home to beautiful, picturesque white sandy beaches, sunshine 365 days of the year, and the most delicious oranges in the world. However, Florida is also home to category 5 hurricanes...

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Tilcor CF Shingle Chosen For Historic Roof Restoration

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Tilcor Roofing Joins Metal Roofing Alliance

Tilcor Roofing Systems has joined forces with other metal roofing manufactures by becoming a member of the Metal Roofing Alliance (MRA)!

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Is The Skilled Labor Shortage Affecting Your Roofing Company?

A recent study conducted by Associated General Contractors of America reported that 80% of construction companies are facing a severe skilled labor shortage. Can you relate?

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