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Large Profile

S Tiles

High barrel tiles, otherwise known as high profile S-tiles, are semi-cylindrical concrete tiles and are typically the most recognized of all tile profiles. They are beautiful and timeless, emulating the authentic look of Spanish clay tile found in the Old World and pairs well with the architecture of this era.

Medium Profile

Roof Tiles

Concrete roofing tiles provide durability, fire resistance and a stylish appeal to any home. They are a heavy roofing tile and the roof will need to be engineered for the load.

Low Profile

Flat Tile

Flat Concrete Roof Tiles refer to a variety of profiles completely lacking in any barrels or rolls. Increasingly popular with designers, architects and home buyers in the Unites States, Flat Tile offer a crisp, clean appearance that perfectly complements both traditional and modern architecture.

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Shingles

Shingles historically have been a cost effective way to protect your roof, and continue to be so, with a great array of designs and wind load capabilities (up to 130 mph), and lifetime warranties make shingles a very attractive option. Presently there are two main shingle styles used here in South Florida, 3-Tab and Dimensional/Architectural, three tab being the most economical of the two.

Flat Roof

After 35+ years serving Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties, Dan The Shingleman Roofing understands the complexity of choosing a flat roof that can withstand the South Florida weather. Our expert team of roofing contractors has extensive experience installing, replacing, and repairing commercial and residential flat roofs. We can help you decide on an option that fits your building and budget.

Not sure if you need a flat roof replacement or repair?

Contact us for a FREE flat roof analysis or to request a free inspection of your home or commercial building. 

Metal Roof

There are various kinds of metal roofs available to choose from. It is fabricated in many different textures, profiles and styles, including steel, metal tiles, corrugated material or 24 ga. to 26 ga. metal which enables it to blend well with both commercial and residential architecture.