Tile roofing can help give your home a dimensional look with all types of styles and colors. It can stand up to the changing weather just fine. The most common types of clay and concrete roof tiles are Mission, French, Interlocking Shingle and Spanish. This roof is very durable, fireproof and carries a class-A-rating. It is typically a larger investment compared to other roofing materials.
Shingle roofing is typically a more affordable option. This material is a great, economical choice that can withstand the weather here in Colorado. This can come in fiberglass, asphalt, wood, tile or metal. These come in a wide variety of textures & colors. Shingle roofing made from asphalt and fiberglass are typically the most durable. Shingles work well on steep-pitched roof and longevity will depend on the exact material.
Metal roofing is durable and resistant to wind temperature swings, like we see here on the front range. It comes in a variety of materials including copper, aluminum, steel or a zinc alloy material. Most metal roofing will last about 50 years. It is a larger investment than other roofing materials; however, the durability of metal roofing should play a role in your decision.