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Obsolete Concrete Roof Tiles Formerly Produced In Florida – Updated 11/1/22

Written on November 3, 2022 at 10:50 pm, by

#2022-003 (replaces #2022-002) The Tile Roofing Industry Alliance in response to the vast number of inquiries from industry professionals, has revised the list of obsolete tiles from the previous version. We have eliminated several of the very old tiles to reduce the number to match the inquiries we have been… Read more

Obsolete Concrete Roof Tiles Formerly Produced In Florida – Updated 10/5/22

Written on October 5, 2022 at 3:36 pm, by

#2022-002 (replaces #2020-03) – The Tile Roofing Industry Alliance in response to the vast number of inquiries from industry professionals, has revised the list of obsolete tiles from the previous version. We have eliminated several of the very old tiles to reduce the number to match the inquiries we have… Read more

Post Storm Event-Considerations For Repairing Damaged Concrete & Clay Roofing Tiles

Written on August 10, 2022 at 6:31 pm, by

#2022-001 The Tile Roofing Industry Alliance (TRIA) is an industry trade association comprised of roof tile manufacturers, roofing contractors and suppliers dedicated to the advancement of tile roofing. Properly installed tile roofs last longer than most comparable roof systems, and are repairable in most cases if exposed to flying debris… Read more

Tile Replacement Considerations For Tile Roofs

Written on April 6, 2021 at 1:44 pm, by

#2021-02 Damage from weather related storms, installation or other impact events can potentially break a roofing tile resulting in the need for a tile repair or replacement. Perform due diligence of the viable options when locating a replacement tile. While most concrete and clay tiles in the market are still… Read more

Evaluation Of Roofs After High Wind Events

Written on April 6, 2021 at 1:42 pm, by

#2021-01 This Technical Bulletin is provided to address some misconceptions about concrete and clay roofing tile roofs when inspected, repaired or assessed as a result of a high wind event. Read more.

Obsolete Concrete Roof Tiles Formerly Produced in Florida

Written on December 1, 2020 at 12:32 pm, by

#2020-03 In response to the vast number of inquiries from industry professionals, please note the following list of concrete roof tiles that have been produced in or shipped to Florida over the past several decades.  The following roof tiles are obsolete and do not interlock with the profiles currently offered… Read more

Florida High Wind Concrete and Clay Tile Installation Guide – 6th Edition Industry Adoption

Written on December 1, 2020 at 12:29 pm, by

#2020-02 The Tile Roofing Industry Alliance (TRIA), formerly the Tile Roofing Institute (TRI) has recently received the formal code approval on our TRI/FRSA 6th edition of the Florida High Wind Concrete And Clay Tile Installation Guide – 6th Edition. It has been reviewed by the Florida Building Code and has… Read more

TRI Alliance Concrete and Clay Roof Tile Installation Manual, 2015

Written on October 20, 2020 at 8:17 am, by

TRI Alliance and WSRCA technical committees, along with valuable input from the roofing community, revised the previous 2010 edition of this manual to create the 2015 edition. TRI Alliance and WSRCA submitted this manual for formal review and issuance of an IAPMO Uniform ES Evaluation Report (ER-2015) to help provide… Read more

6th Edition Florida High Wind Concrete & Clay Tile Installation Manual – FRSA & TRI Alliance

Written on October 8, 2020 at 12:08 pm, by

Effective Date: December 31, 2020 The Tile Roofing Industry Alliance (TRI) in partnership with the Florida Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors Association, Inc. (FRSA) have been working together for over two decades on the development of installation manuals that represent proper installation practices, industry standards and the latest code requirements… Read more

Installation of Compromised Roof Tiles and the Tile Roofing Contractor’s Responsibilities

Written on June 22, 2020 at 3:24 pm, by

#2020-01 – There are several factors that are the responsibility of the tile roofing contractor to help reduce or eliminate the installation of compromised concrete and clay roofing tiles.

Roof Maintenance Guide

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Beautifully Unbeatable

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The Roof That Protects

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Tile Throughout Time

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You Chose the Best Roof – Now Who’s Going to Install it?

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