Tile Tails

Made from a formulation of recycled rubber and plastics, Majestic Slate Beaver Tail roofing tiles provide Class A fire resistance and Class 4 hail resistance. The tiles' rounded edge, slate-like clefting and subtle color variations offer architectural interest in an environmentally friendly alternative to natural slate. EcoStar. 800.211.7170. www.ecostarinc.com.

Metal Magic

Vail Majestic Copper flat-seam metal roofing panels are constructed of solid 16-ounce copper and feature an interlocking panel system with a concealed fastener design. The panel design is rated to resist high winds, gusts, and wind-driven rain. The panels measure 34 inches wide by 12 inches long. Custom-Bilt Metals. 800.826.7813. www.custombiltmetals.com.

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Weathered Wood

Available in four colors that replicate the weathered shades of cedar roofing shakes, Madera concrete tiles feature a simulated wood texture. Colors include brown with a silvered cast and a pale green that emulates the look of a mossy wood shake. The Class A fire-rated tiles have an installed weight of 950 pounds per square. MonierLifetile. 800.571.8453. www.monierlife-tile.com.

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Ceramic Strength

Designed with the look and texture of quarry-mined slate, Imperial Slate ceramic roof tiles are manufactured in an extra-thick profile and provide a lightweight, less-brittle alternative to slate. The tiles interlock on the side, providing protection from the elements and making installation easier. The roof tiles come in gray and green. Ludowici Roof Tile. 800.917.8998. www.ludowici.com.

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Fine Vintage

Olde World Vintage roofing tiles feature a random spackling of color to simulate the appearance of antique clay tile. Available in standard weight and Ultralite weight, the tiles meet ASTM requirements for high-cycle freeze/thaw. Bartile. 800.933.5038. www.bartile.com.

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