Georgian house renovations make for lovely spacious, bright family homes once they have been renovated and brought back to their former glory. OK, a complete rewire may be required, but the standard the Georgian properties were built to was pretty high and this is obvious when you consider how many survive to this day.
However a fair amount of research is needed before you buy a Georgian house to renovate as these properties can often be built in conservation areas. If the layout of the Georgian house is not quite what you were looking for, and you wish to make structural changes like removing walls or adding extensions, you might find you are refused planning permission to make the changes you want. Replacing old or damaged roof tiles should not be a problem though and our Georgian roof tiles are the perfect choice for any renovation project.
Georgian properties often have very limited amounts of roof space, so if you want a home with space to convert into the loft later, check before you buy.
Generally, Georgian properties have a very elegant and spacious feel to them that provides a family the perfect home for many years to come.
Whether the roof tiles are the original Georgian roof tiles or a more up to date alternative, you may still experience leaks in the roof of a Georgian house renovation. Fortunately our Georgian roof tile are available to give you many decades of use and at a price you can afford.
Just remember that many Georgian homes have parapet roofs which make them hard to assess for leaks from the ground level. This fact makes it imperative that you or a surveyor access the loft to look for signs of leaks or damp. When Georgian houses were originally built, they used clay roof tiles. Over time, these may have been swapped for heavier concrete tiles which the roof was never designed to hold.
So if you have a renovation project to complete, Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd have the perfect solution with their Georgian roof tiles.
Tradition is something that is close to many peoples hearts! Many are now avoiding modern production methods and craving the more traditional methods of manufacture as the quality is often better.
Modern manufacturing methods, although efficient and quick can sometimes lose out in the quality and durability stakes, whereas the more traditional methods indicate more of an emphasis on quality control and durability.
Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd adhere to traditional manufacturing methods wherever they can to ensure their customers from Hertfordshire and the rest of the United Kingdom can enjoy the peace of mind that the quality and durability these traditionally made clay roof tiles bring.
William of Normandy, also known as William I, but most commonly known as William the Conqueror, was the first Norman King of England, reigning from 1066 until his death in 1087, received the surrender of the surviving senior English Lords and Clergy at Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire. This resulted in a new Anglicised title of William the Conqueror before he made his successful entry into London and his coronation at Westminster.
Hertfordshire was used for some of the new Norman castles at Bishops Stortford, and at Kings Langley, a staging post between London and the royal residence of Berkhamsted.
Why not call Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd today for a quote on some of our traditional, high quality clay roof tiles and accessories?
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