Tiles, bent tiles, flat tiles and eaves represent the classic use of terracotta in buildings. In fact, terracotta tiles are one of the most adopted solutions to cover roofs, thanks to their properties of resistance to temperature variations and water penetration.

But also from the aesthetic point of view and overall harmony of the building, the roofs and attics are covered and decorated with terracotta.

You can choose different sizes and colors for the roof tiles, which, once arranged with the classic interlocking method, will form the perfect cover to let rainwater flow into the underlying gutters.

But terracotta is also widely used to cover the attic, perhaps in combination with exposed wooden beams. The various colors and joints, the addition of particular and decorated tiles, make the attic protected and elegant.

Below you can see some examples of works carried out on terracotta roofs and attics