Modern Spanish Tile
Photo: Nancy Andrews
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Modern Spanish Tile

Traditional Spanish roof tiles are half cylinders installed in two layers. The cup points up on the bottom layer and down on the top layer, allowing rainwater to drain. The tiles work well, but installing two layers takes a lot of material and time. Modern Spanish tiles, used on the roof shown here, look similar once installed, but each piece has an integral drainage channel, so one layer suffices.
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