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Irish Kilts



Clay & Concrete Tile Roofs.

S-Tile, Terra-cotta, Classic Tile Roofs


  • Local Dunedin Family owned Roofing Company, with over 25 years experience both in United Kingdom and USA.

  • Installing Clay Tile & Concrete Tile roofs, providing our clients with Best Tile roofing Service and materials.

  • Always Quick Free Roofing Estimates and Reliable Completion Time frames.

  • Fully Licensed and Insured.


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What sets us Apart from other roofing contractors?

We don't use salesmen to do your Estimate!

We don't use subcontractors neither!

Our company Owner, James, carries out all estimates and is present on EVERY JOB PERSONALLY overseeing all roofing work being done.

With such personal approach he ensures the best quality of work and holds great reputation in the area.

New TILE ROOF Installation and Roof Replacements

Very often Florida homeowners decide to replace their asphalt shingle roofs with tiles.

We install both Clay Tile Roofs and Concrete Tile Roofs.

Clay Tile Roofs

Clay tiles are generally more colorfast and durable roofing tiles

Clay roof tiles

Clay tile roofing which is also called Ceramic tile, provides great aesthetics for homes with a southwestern or Spanish Mission design as well as some modern design, and comes in a variety of colors. 

  • Tile roofing has an exceptionally long life cycle – and is expected to have a greater lifespan than that of the material on which the roofing rests.

  • Tile does not rot or burn, and it cannot be harmed by insects.

  • It requires little maintenance, and comes in a variety of colors, types, styles and brands.

  • The clay tiles themselves are fragile, so walking on them can be difficult. Although they are fragile to weight, they are extremely resistant to the elements including harmful UV rays.

Concrete Tile Roofs

The main advantage of concrete tiles over clay tiles is the lower cost associated with concrete

concrete Roof Tiles

Concrete tiles boast a Class A fire rating, resistance to insects and rot, and can withstand winds over 150 miles per hour – an ideal trait for hurricane season in Florida.

Concrete roof tiles come in three styles, called profiles:

  • Low/flat – no curves

  • Medium – less than or equal to 1-inch high for every 5 inches in width

  • High – greater than 1-inch high for every 5 inches in width

We love to work with local residents and value the beauty of the architecture in Dunedin and surrounding areas.

We Recycle All of the removed Roofing Materials & Debris! Green Leaf Roofing is truly GREEN!

We always keep it tidy! We have our own trailers for prompt debris removal from the worksites.

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Same-Day Tile Roofing



Tile Roofing Services

99% of the time we are capable to come out and give you Roofing Estimate the same day you call us.

New Tile roof Installation typically involves:

  • removing old roofing material

  • inspecting roofing deck and replacing damaged wood

  • replacing underlayment

  • adding battens to fasten the tiles

  • installing new roof tiles

Also there’s an option to use Enameled Roof Tile: The enamel in the ceramic tiles allows different colors and finishes to be used, enabling the reflection and absorption of solar radiation by color. For this reason can be more expensive, although they are more resistant to water and wear.

There are many different profiles, textures and sizes of tiles you can choose from, all equally beautiful.


Direct Support

Unlike some companies where its impossible to get hold of someone, here, you're always welcome to speak directly to us

Involved Owner

Personal approach, because James, the company owner is present at every Job!

Same-Day Estimates

99% of the time we are capable to come out and give you Roofing Estimate the same day you call us.

Family Business

We only use our own Family members or Employees for performing work.

We are Legit

We hold a valid Roofing Licence and Insurance coverage to perform roofing work in the State of Florida.

Easy Estimates

It's Super easy to Request an Estimate using online Form or start messaging through our chat.

What you get with New TILE ROOF

Ventilation & Insulation

Natural air ventilation under the tile creates a heat transfer barrier that can provide the benefit of a cooler house in the summer and a warmer house in the winter.


Independent testing performed at the Department of Energy’s National Lab has demonstrated that tiles have the ability to cut the transfer of heat by up to 70%.


Roofing tiles have some of the lowest lifecycle costs of any roofing material. Centuries-old tile roofs are still enduring today! Tile roofs have an expected average lifespan of 50 years or more.

Environmentally Friendly

Materials do not deplete limited natural resources and have no chemical preservatives used in the production; all waste can be recycled and does not go into land fills.


Roof tiles can match any architectural style required for the building structure. They are designed to emulate traditional barrel style or other roofing materials such as wood and slate.

Severe Weather Resistant

Roof tiles provide a tough, water-shedding outer shell with the underlayment working as an extra shield, and can resist damage from hailstones as large as 2”. The tiles are designed and tested for 150 MPH wind speeds.

As we know, Roof Tiles last way longer than their synthetic underlayment. Therefore it is possible and very common to replace the underlayment with reinstallation of the original roof tiles. This option saves some money for homeowners. In this case what we would do:

1. very carefully remove roof tiles and place them in piles

2. remove old roofing underlayment

3. inspect roof deck and replace any damaged wood

4. install new roofing underlayment

5. reinstall original tiles


Below you can see some of our completed Tile Roof Installation projects: 

Not sure where to start with your Tile roofing project?

Give us a call and we will promptly assist you!

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