The Structure of Steel Tiles

Fe-Roof’s steel tiles are made of several layers of special coatings on a base of galvanized steel.
We guarantee this product’s longevity.
Galvanized steel, because of its mixture of aluminum and zinc, will never rust. Because of this,
it is an ideal construction material.

Fe-Roof is…

  • Easy to install
  • Non-cracking
  • Non-curling
  • Lightweight
  • Fireproof
  • Non-tearing
  • Resistant to earthquakes, typhoons, excessive heat and cold.

The History of Steel Tiles

According to legend, metal tile was first used for a synagogue in Jerusalem about 970 BC.
Around the world, the Parthenon (5th century B.C) and the Cathedral of Notre Dame (12th century) were built with metal roofs. Unfortunately, the
Turkish army stored explosives in the Parthenon, so the roof no longer exists, but the beautiful pitched foof of Notre Dame remains today. European metal tile came to America by the time of independence.
In the early 20th century, zinc was added to steel to prevent corrosion.