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Sandwich painel or ceramic roof tile?

metal vs ceramic roofing 

Sandwich panel roofing has recently gained relevance and in some cases replacing ceramic roofs. 

The wisest choice is to figure out what option best suits your house and leave market tendencies aside.

Ceramic tiles are among the most ancient roof building alternatives being recognized since elder days for its effectiveness.

Metal roofing such as the sandwich panel or profiled metal are less traditional options and for this reason, not much information is available about their durability.Here are some common characteristics that different types of ceramic roof tiles have in common:

-Thermal insulation;

-Acoustic insulation;

-Fire resistance.

In fact a ceramic roofing is a versatile alternative suitable for any building, whether it is habitational or industrial.

A peculiarity of the different ceramic tiles types is their aesthetic effect. 

The various models' options are the following:

-ATLAS, GLOBO and SECULUM (Portuguese Roof Tile)

-MERIDIAN and TROPIC (Marseilles Roof Tile)

-MOURISCA (Arabic Roof Tile)

Ceramic roof tiles provide thermal and acoustic comfort and resistant the most demanding types of weather.

Ceramic roof tile is a solution with high durability and low maintenance requirements.

They have excellent fire resistance and help regulate the humidity of the house: Ceramic tile is porous, which facilitates the building's internal moisture dissipation.They can be applied in any inclined roof from slightly sloped coverings to highly sloped ones.

Apart from all these advantages, the ceramic roof tiles are more environmentally friendly than metallic panels because they are made from a natural material: the clay.

The environmental impact is one of the main concerns of Cerâmica Sotelha. 

That is why the production process of allows the incorporation of all the ceramic residues resulting from its production process, reducing the environmental impact of the industrial activity in both consumptions of raw materials and production of activity-related waste.