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October 31, 2011 by - 0 Comments
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We are not trying to be facetious, since the truth is the clay tiles on your roof have more in common with Cassius Clay than you think. This famous boxer who later became adopted the name “Mohummad Ali” is the cultural icon that won the heart of America. His fighting style was aptly described as “dance like a butterfly, sting like a bee.”
Ali introduced incredible grace and beauty into what is considered a rough and tough sport. Clay tiles are just like this. They are tough, yet add considerable beauty to the architectural ambience of any home. Like the man who would become the most famous athlete in the world, they can be knocked around by an opponent (in this case, the weather) and make a comeback despite the tribulations of the times.
This athlete was named “Sportsman of the Century” by Sports Illustrated. While our roof tiles have never been heralded as such, they will definitely last for a century. They are as resistance to the damaging UV rays from the sun as they are to the battering put to them by the rain, snow and hail.
Clay tiles may never be named “Sports Personality of the Century” by the BBC, but the charm they add to a home is timeless. They increase both the curb appeal and the market value of a home by leaps and bounds.
These tiles don’t “trash talk” their rivals in pre-match hype as did Ali, but they certainly don’t end up in the trash very often. A clay tile roof may never need to be replaced as long as you own your home.
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