Tiles are a common covering for roofs but it’s best to speak to an architect or engineer to discuss the best solution for your roof structure.
Clay tiles have a long life span and are perfect for intricate details and come in all kinds of shapes and colours. Shingles are a sustainable as well as long-lasting roofing material, with western red cedar a typical wood. They can be left untreated to weather to a beautiful silver, or, alternatively, they can be treated for longer life.
Stone is an expensive roof covering and are often used on high specification builds in areas where it is architecturally fitting. Concrete is a popular choice of roofing material with a solid range of colours and finishes available. They are perfect for unusual designs/curves as they are adaptable.