Boral Reroof Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How much does it cost?
For the cost of reroofing your home, please contact a tile roof installer (actually, try to get 3 estimates from licensed and experienced tile roofing contractors). We can provide you a snapshot of the annual cost per square of various roofing materials for reroofing applications so you can do a general comparison.

Q. How long will it last?
While many other roofing options require full replacement in a relatively short period of time, concrete roof tile is a permanent solution and is intended to last the life of the structure it protects. In fact, a tile roof has the longest life cycle of any roofing product. When you consider your initial costs are amortized over this life span, the costs for a tile roof are actually less than most other options.

Q. Does your tile come with a Warranty?
All MonierLifetile tile products are covered under our exclusive Limited Lifetime, Fully Transferable, Non-Prorated Warranty.

Q. How much maintenance is required for a tile roof?
We provide all of our customers with guidelines on the proper maintenance of their new roof to help provide a lifetime of worry-free protection and performance. Routine inspections are a good idea for any roof but rest assured that concrete roof tile is made to last as long as the structure and is virtually maintenance-free.

Q. Can my roof provide savings in energy or insurance costs?
A tile roof is inherently energy efficient and when combined with our Energy Efficient Roof system, can save up to 22%* on your energy costs. Some areas may have new building codes that are requiring energy efficient products, in addition to fire and hail rated products, that quality for insurance reductions.

Q. Will my new tile roof qualify for any rebates?
You can check with your roofer or local utility company or municipality to see if rebates are offered for Cool Roofs and energy efficient products. Some resources are listed below:

>Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency

>CRRC - Cool Roof Codes and Programs

>Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA)