Handmade Barrel Tile Roofing Miami- JW Roofing

Presents beautiful roofs of the world to Miami Beach and Palm Beach

Miami Roofing

At age 46, Mizner moved for his health to Palm Beach, Florida, just at a time when the vast resort hotels were becoming less fashionable. His Mediterranean Revival designs won the attention and patronage of wealthy clients, who preferred to build their own individual ocean-front mansions. Constructed of stone, tile and stucco, his buildings were better suited to Florida's semi-tropical climate than the wooden shingle-style resort architecture imported from the Northeast. His houses were generally one-room deep to allow cross ventilation, with kitchens located in wings to keep their heat away from living areas. Other characteristic features included loggias, colonnades, clusters of columns supporting arches, French doors, casement windows, barrel tile roofs, hearths, grand stairways and decorative ironwork. In West Palm Beach, he founded Mizner Industries to manufacture the tiles, cast stone trim and columns, wrought iron and, eventually, furniture for his buildings. The 6-foot-2-inch, 250-pound bon vivant epitomized the "society architect." Rejecting modern architecture for its "characterless copybook effect," he sought to "make a building look traditional and as though it had fought its way from a small, unimportant structure to a great, rambling house." This historic Spanish tile look can still be had, by using our famous handmade barrel tile set in mortar the old fashioned way. Our handmade barrel tile roofs are seen on the finest homes across South Florida. We are the best Miami Roofer for all your historic Cuban tile roofs and handmade barrel tile roofs. JW can make your vision of the perfect Miami tile or Fort Lauderdale tile roofing come true. If your plan whether a home or commercial roofing project calls for historic handmade barrel tile choose the best!

German craftsman include those in the roofing business. Look at this beautiful Tile Roof