Daltile’s Perennial Porcelain Roofing Tile Rated Best Material in This Old House Magazine’s Annual Top 20 Building Materials
DALLAS, TX -- Daltile’s Perennial Porcelain Roofing Tile was recently recognized as one of the This Old House’s Top 20 Building Materials of the Year. Curated by This Old House (TOH) magazine’s editors after months of research, review, testing and input from industry pros, The TOH Top 20 Building Materials of the Year list continues the brand’s tradition of crowning the freshest, game-changing products of the year for construction and remodeling projects. Daltile’s new Perennial Porcelain Roofing Tile was first on the latest list.
This year’s list was revealed in the July/August issue of TOH and online. “At Daltile, we are bringing the innovation of porcelain roofing tile to market,” said Doug Pedersen, national director of roofing sales for Daltile. “Porcelain roofing tile will be a game-changer for the specialty roofing products segment -- destined to soon outsell the current slate, clay, concrete and metal roofing options.
“Daltile’s Perennial provides the ultimate roofing solution for contractors, builders, interior designers, architects and homeowners who are seeking beauty, durability and ease of installation in their roofing tiles at a very competitive price,” Pedersen went on to say. “Available in six colors and designs, the new line realistically replicates the look of slate, timber, and clay, but provides the strength of porcelain tile.”