Gladding, McBean: Beauty, Permanence and Protection

At Gladding, McBean, we create roof tiles with elegance, quality, and rich color. These characteristics are a result of our rich-clay reserve, and unique manufacturing process.  See our Cool Roof Rating Council rated roof tile products.

  • Our fire-flashed tile collections are available in a variety of styles and blends, complementing traditional or modern architecture.
  • Our entire collection of roofing tiles are rated ASTM 1167, Grade 1 and include a 75-year transferable warranty.


Cordova Series

Cordova roof tile is machine made. Each tile has a small hole close to one end which is used for fixing the tile to the roof. The same tile is used either as a pan or a cover tile merely by reversing its position. The same tile is also used for ridges and hips. The starting cover tile is 14" long and is used only at the bottom course on first row of cover tile. Double eaves tile is 6" long and is used on nearly all residential construction because of the enhanced appearance along the roof edge. A gable rake tile is used wherever a roll gable is required; two holes provide for nailing to the gable. Tiles are made left and right hand. Eave closure tiles may be used to fill the opening between pan tiles and eaves.

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Placer Interlocking Series

Placer Interlocking roof tile is machine made. Each tile has a small hole close to one end which is used for fixing the tile to the roof. The same tile is used either as a pan or a cover tile merely by reversing its position. The same tile is also used for ridges and hips. The starting cover tile is 14" long and is used only at the bottom course on first row of cover tile. Double eaves tile is 6" long and is used on nearly all residential construction because of the enhanced appearance along the roof edge. A gable rake tile is used wherever a roll gable is required; two holes provide for nailing to the gable. Tiles are made left and right hand. Eave closure tiles may be used to fill the opening between pan tiles and eaves.

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Lincoln Interlocking Series

Lincoln Interlocking roof tile is machine made. Each tile has a small hole close to one end which is used for fixing the tile to the roof. The same tile is used either as a pan or a cover tile merely by reversing its position. The same tile is also used for ridges and hips. The starting cover tile is 14" long and is used only at the bottom course on first row of cover tile. Double eaves tile is 6" long and is used on nearly all residential construction because of the enhanced appearance along the roof edge. A gable rake tile is used wherever a roll gable is required; two holes provide for nailing to the gable. Tiles are made left and right hand. Eave closure tiles may be used to fill the opening between pan tiles and eaves.

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Cotswold Shingles Series

Gladding, McBean Cotswold Shingle Tile has a wire-cut face with scalloped edges. The length of the tile is 14" with 4 widths of 6 1/2", 7 1/4", 8 1/2" and 9" wide.

Tile is generally laid with an 8" random exposure. Tiles may also be laid with a random exposure. Meeting requirements of ASTM C-1167.

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Italian Series

Roofing tile shall be Gladding, McBean Italian or Berkeley Pans with Cordova, Italian, or Berkeley Covers laid with an exposure of 14". Meeting requirements of ASTM C-1167. 

Under eave shall be (specify one):

• Clay tile cant strip 3" x 16" x 3/4".
• 1" x 2" wood cant strip.
• or none (delete paragraph).
• Eave starter cover tile shall be 14" long with 10" exposure.
• Hip and ridge tile to be same as field tile.
• Cement Mortar: The mortar used under the hip, ridge and gable tile shall be Type M by proportions per U.B.C. Table 24A. This mix is basically (by volume) 1 part Type I cement (or masonry cement) to 3 parts damp plaster sand.

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