Our handmade roof tiles offer amazing insulation for your home. Unique in design, handmade roof tiles have excellent heat retention properties, ensuring high thermal insulation throughout your home. They act as a natural air conditioner, helping to maintain a consistent temperature inside whilst also providing heat protection in the hotter weather. When air circulates above and below handmade roof tiles, an insulating air cushion becomes trapped between the roof and the tiles; this enhances the insulating functionality of the whole roof structure. Handmade roof tiles help to keep your home at a more comfortable temperature, which means that you can spend less on energy bills, an important consideration these days.
Because our handmade roof tiles are produced from a natural material, they offer superb environmental benefits both through manufacturing and after installation. Due to their eco-friendly composition, handmade roof tiles create no harmful gases during the manufacturing process. What's more, with an impressive lifespan of over a century, handmade roof tiles are very sustainable, lessening the amount of materials and energy used in comparison to alternative roofing materials that require frequent replacement. When the roof is no longer required, handmade roof tiles do not create damaging waste as they can be easily recycled into new tiles.
We've already stated that handmade roof tiles have impressive longevity and durability. They are also extremely resistant to the effects of weathering, standing up to even high winds of up to two hundred miles per hour. Our handmade roof tiles also easily shrug off snow and heavy downpours of rain and hail. Whilst alternative roofing materials expand and contract to a much higher degree, handmade roof tiles help maintain the integrity of the roof, enduring both extreme hot and cold weather conditions. In the event that extreme weather does break or detach some tiles, repairing and replacing them is very quick and easy. Handmade roof tiles are not just great for the long and punishing British winters. They are also able to withstand and resist strong ultra-violet radiation from constant sun exposure when the summer comes around, good to know, particularly as we seem to be experiencing more extreme heat in the United Kingdom these days.
Most of the agriculture in Suffolk is either arable or mixed. Farm sizes vary from anything around 80 acres to over 8,000. Soil types vary from heavy clays to light sands. Crops grown include winter wheat, winter barley, sugar beet, oilseed rape, winter and spring beans and linseed, although smaller areas of rye and oats can be found growing in areas with lighter soils along with a variety of vegetables.
The vital importance of agriculture in Suffolk is demonstrated in the Suffolk Show, which is held every year in May at Ipswich. Although more recently changed in nature, this remains primarily an agricultural show.
Much of the economy of the more coastal parts of Suffolk used to rely heavily on the fishing industry, but this gave way to oil and gas exploration in the North Sea in recent years.
Much loved and well known companies in Suffolk include Greene King and Branston Pickle in Bury St Edmunds. Birds Eye has its largest UK factory in Lowestoft, where all its meat products and frozen vegetables are processed. Huntley & Palmers biscuit company has a base in Sudbury. Bernard Matthews Farms have some processing units in the county, specifically Holton. Southwold in Suffolk is the home of Adnams Brewery.
Horse racing and breeding programmes for such horses would be nothing without Newmarket in Suffolk. This is because the United Kingdom horse racing industry is based in Newmarket. The July course is a popular destination for horse racing lovers. Over the years, quite a number of the inhabitants of the Suffolk town have been of slight build, this is because countless jockeys have made the Suffolk town their home and workplace.
There are two United States Air Force bases in the west of Suffolk, close to the A11. Sizewell B nuclear power station is at Sizewell on the coast near Leiston. The Port of Felixstowe is the largest container port in the United Kingdom. Other ports are at Lowestoft and Ipswich, run by Associated British Ports. BT has its main research and development facility at Martlesham Heath.
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