We have new construction photos for our new homes located in Houston Heights.
A variety of photos offering views of the open-concept living-dining-kitchen area on the first floor, primary suite closet with attic access, bath area, and finally siding and roof. You can see that siding, window installation, and roofing are completed.
513 E 26th Street Houston, Texas 77008
Two-Story Single-Family Home
3 Bedrooms with an option for a 4th
3 1/2 Baths
2 Car Garage
See all the details and the price here:
https://www.har.com/ MLS# 43449636
Questions? Call Mike Spear at 713-204-7653 or
Drake Homes Inc. Houston, Texas.
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Regular maintenance is key to taking optimum care of your roof. Great article by Dream Builders of VA:
Photo by Jacqueline Marcou at Pixabay
There is a market for anything and everything. Just dream it and sell it. While looking for a tile roof information for a client I found this site:
Tile Roofs Inc: Vintage and New Clay Roof Tiles & Fittings.
It’s not that there is a business selling clay roof tiles but these folks can provide clients with vintage tiles, some they say date back to the 1800s. The link I embedded above is for their vintage tile page.
And the fun doesn’t stop! This page mentions “Buckholtz Concrete” in association with some of the tiles. There should be a giant “?” flashing above my head! And after 30 minutes I’ve learned that it is considered an historic name in roofing tiles:
The Roof Tile Guru: Concrete Roof Tiles
Another business which will provide the client with historic/vintage roofing tiles.
Here is a great roof! This is a single family home in our Tuscany Woods community, and built by Drake Homes Inc!
As you see in the photo below, the Drake Home Flagship has tile roofing. This post isn’t about this particular Drake Home or the tile roofing on this home (have I covered myself here? LOL) but having grown up in Arizona, I have always loved tiled roofs. The home below offers both tile and shingles.
There is a nice page on tile roofing, on the Bribuilt Roofing Contractors site. I’m copying a paragraph here but please check out the page as well.
“A roof is one of the most important aspects of the home. Properly installed, concrete or clay roof tile remains the only roofing material proven to withstand wind speeds in excess of 125 miles per hour. Tile roofs are also your most cost-effective and energy-efficient material choice, with better insulating properties than other material choices. Roof tile is even environmentally friendly, manufactured from sand, cement and water or clay.”