One doesn't have to purchase an actual Georgian property to enjoy the Georgian aesthetic. Many newly constructed properties are incorporating elements of the Georgian style and our Georgian roof tiles top these properties off perfectly.
Heritage handmade Classic Georgian roof tiles create the perfect contrast between the properties main roof, vertical tiling and that of neutral render.
So even a modern newly built property can enjoy the benefits of our quality handmade Georgian roof tiles to make the property look even more fabulous.
Many people wish to renovate older properties rather than buy a period styled modern property. The various elements that made up the period property may have become weathered or beyond repair over the years and will require replacing. The roof tiles are a common element that need replacing as many decades of harsh weather will have taken its toll.
Fortunately, Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd have a fantastic range of clay roof tiles that can blend perfectly with any period or modern construction.
Because we have handmade Georgian roof tiles, many builders that are renovating properties call on us to service their needs.
No matter what style or period the property is that they are working on, Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd have the perfect solution.
Essex is located in the southeast part of England, a little northeast of London. Essex is one of the home counties and borders with Suffolk and Cambridgeshire to the north, Hertfordshire to the west, Kent across the River Thames to the south, and London to the southwest. The county town of Essex is Chelmsford, which is actually the only city in the county.
Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd have a diverse range of quality clay roof tiles to suit any build. Whether, the project is for domestic or commercial property, Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd will be able to supply you with the very finest clay roof tiles money can buy.
Before the creation of the modern day County Councils, county level administration was limited in nature, Lord-Lieutenants replaced the Sheriffs from the time of Henry VIII and took a primarily military role, responsible for the militia and the Volunteer Force that replaced it. To this day, Essex and other counties have Lord Lieutenants, although today they perform ceremonial duties at events such as openings of new municipal buildings and award ceremonies for good causes and police attestation ceremonies.
Most administration was carried out by Justices of the Peace, who were appointed by the Lord-Lieutenant of Essex based upon their reputation within the local community. The Justices carried out judicial and administrative duties such as maintenance of roads and bridges, supervision of the poor laws, administration of county prisons and setting the County Rate. Justices carried out these responsibilities, mainly through quarter sessions, and did this on a voluntary basis. Today Justices of the Peace still perform a legal and unpaid role, although expenses are reimbursed.
So if you live, work or own a business in or around the Essex area, give Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd a call for the widest choice of clay roof tiles you could find on the market.
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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