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Brava Roof Tile LIVE at IIBEC 2024!

Brava Roof Tile LIVE at IIBEC 2024!
June 12, 2024 at 9:00 a.m.

 By Jonny Suchor 

Elevate your project with Brava Roofing Tiles, where durability meets style in roofing. 

At the recent IIBEC show, Heidi J. Ellsworth from RoofersCoffeeShop® had a conversation with Brian Davis, the director of technical support at Brava Roofing Tiles.  

Brian began by detailing the characteristics of Brava's roofing tiles, specifically the unmatched durability. He emphasized, "Our Spanish barrel tile is class 4 impact resistant, meaning I can drop it on the ground, demonstrate stepping on it and it's not going to shatter or break like a real tile." This level of durability is crucial for areas prone to severe weather conditions, making Brava's products an ideal choice. 

Further exploring the product line, Brian explained the unique attributes of their Cedar Shake profile and SL tiles. He noted, "This Cedar Shake profile comes in 5 inch, 7 inch and 12 inch. The back of the field tiles has ribbing, which gives it structure. Our SL tile mimics real slate and is compression molded, so it is very good with UV resistance. The color goes all the way through, variegated different colors." 

Brian also highlighted the advantages of Brava's pavers for low-slope applications. He explained, "We get 100 mph wind uplift loose laid, and if you adhere it to the system with adhesive, we get over 150 mph which is over a category 5 hurricane wind speed." This performance is enhanced by the product's sustainable qualities. Brian pointed out, "It's made out of recycled content so they (customers) love the sustainability of it too." 

Brava’s roofing tiles steal the show. Their durability and stylish looks offer the perfect blend for any building project. Thanks to their class 4 impact resistance, these tiles are built to resist extreme weather, helping roofs stay as good as new through anything Mother Nature throws its way.  

Brian shared, "I'm hearing from the consultants that they love the look of this product, the ease of install, and the idea that they can replace real shake, real slate and real Spanish tile with our product without the worry that it's going to shatter or break.” 

Learn more about Brava Roof Tile in their Coffee Shop directory or visit www.bravarooftile.com.

About Jonny

Jonny Suchor is a writer for the Coffee Shops and AskARoofer™. When he's not working, he can be found in the mountains on a fly fishing or skiing adventure.



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