Boral Roofing Products
Boral Roofing operates 12 clay and concrete tile manufacturing plants throughout the U.S. and Canada. Headquartered in Roswell, Georgia, Boral USA through its subsidiaries employs approximately 1,500 individuals at more than 140 operating and distribution sites across the United States. The U.S. operations include the country’s largest clay roof tile, concrete roof tile and brick manufacturer.
For over 50 years, Boral Roofing customers have enjoyed the quality and performance of the latest technology and purest materials used to produce concrete tiles that can withstand the harshest of climate conditions. Boral Roofing’s concrete tiles offer Class A fire-rating, hail resistance*, heat and noise insulation, and can withstand winds of up-to 150 mph. Furthermore, we exclusively offer a line of innovative concrete tiles that remove smog and other pollutants from the atmosphere while inhibiting mold and algae growth. Concrete tile is the most affordable, long-term roofing solution on the market. Not only does Boral Roofing tile deliver long-lasting value, it adds curb appeal and increases property value. Low maintenance, energy-saving and aesthetic appeal make concrete tile the best overall value in roofing products.
Boral Roofing Clay and Concrete Tile Examples
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Boral Roofing Products Warranty
Boral clay roof tiles and shakes are warranted to you, the original property owner(s), by the manufacturer, Boral Roo ng LLC (“Boral”). Boral warrants that the clay tiles and shakes manufactured by Boral will pass applicable moisture absorption and exural strength tests established by the International Code Council (“ICC”) effective at date of manufacture. This warranty has been delivered to the original property owner(s) in connection with the original property owner(s) purchase of Boral clay roof tiles or shakes and remains in effect for as long as the original property owner(s) are living and are the owner(s) of the property for which the roo ng was applied up to a maximum period of fty (50) years.