The Conservation Brown clay roof tiles make a great alternative to the more traditional red roof tile. The brown is very light in shade, so you won't be making your property look drab in any way, shape or form.
As the brown hue of these Conservation tiles from the Conservation Range of clay roof tiles is so understated, it means that the tile can be put to good use in many different environments, without looking garish or out of place.
The Conservation Weathered clay roof tiles are absolutely perfect in a more rural setting and particularly for out buildings such as sheds, barns and summer houses.
The look achieved with the Conservation Range of clay roof tiles and the weathered variety in particular is a firm favourite with anyone wanting to tile the roof or vertical areas of a barn conversion. The tiles simply lend themselves perfectly to this sort of application.
So if you want the natural, rustic beauty that these brown clay roof tiles can deliver, why not ask for a sample and you could soon be enjoying the style, texture and durability og the brown clay roof tile from our Conservation range.
When only the very best will do for your Hertfordshire build, Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd have a fantastic range of premium quality, traditional clay roof tiles to enhance your property.
The clay roof tiles you place on your Hertfordshire property will need to be the best in order to endure the worst the British weather can throw at them. Our clay roof tiles are not only beautifully made, look awesome, but are durable and have an exceptionally long service life. Why compromise on quality when you can have the best clay roof tiles at such a fantastic price?
There is clear evidence of human life in Hertfordshire from the Mesolithic period. Hertfordshire was first farmed during the Neolithic period and permanent habitation appeared at the beginning of the Bronze Age. This was followed by tribes settling in the area during the Iron Age.
Following the Roman conquest of Britain in AD 43, the aboriginal Catuvellauni quickly submitted and adapted to the Roman life; resulting in the development of several new towns, including Verulamium, which is now the modern day St Albans where in the year 293 the first recorded British martyrdom is believed to have taken place. Saint Alban, a Romano-British soldier, took the place of a Christian priest and was beheaded on Holywell Hill. His martyrs cross of a yellow saltire on a blue field is reflected in the flag and coat of arms of Hertfordshire as the yellow field to the stag or Hart representing the county. He is the Patron Saint of Hertfordshire.
Should you want the very finest premium clay roof tiles for your Hertfordshire building project, why not consider the countries leading roofing specialist?
Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd have years of expertise in the clay roof tile and accessory trade and they stock and deliver to Hertfordshire and the rest of the United Kingdom.
If you would like to know more or are interested in a quote we would be happy to help. Phone us on 01634 471 344, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
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