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When many people think of terra cotta or clay roof tiles, images of the Southwest and California Mission-style architecture are first to come to mind, but terra cotta roof tiles have been considered a traditional building material across the United States for centuries. Each region has developed an affinity for using clay tiles to both complement and protect their unique heritage of architectural styles.

Fill out the form below to explore tile projects in regions across the U.S. by downloading, The American Tradition of Terra Cotta Roof Tiles.

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Aeratis

A solid, extruded PVC tongue-and-groove porch plank proven to out-perform wood and PVC products. Its durability and traditional design fortifies your porch floor against nature’s damage while standing up to the scrutiny of traditional architects, and historic societies.