No matter where you live in the United Kingdom, Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd are the company that can deliver the very finest handmade roof tiles to complete your latest building project.
Our handmade roof tiles are manufactured in the traditional way but employ modern kiln technology, so you will always end up with the unique look that only a handmade roof tile can deliver, yet the consistency of manufacture that a machine made tile will offer.
Blending our handmade roof tiles using our tile blending tool on our website will enable you to get the perfect blend of texture and shade so that your roofing project will be truly unique.
Stand out from the crowd with the sheer quality of handmade roof tiles from the United Kingdoms premium tile manufacturer and supplier.
With over fifty years of experience in the tiling business, our team of professionals are ready and waiting to help you achieve the perfect results every time, no matter what type of property you have in mind.
When you have a roofing project in London, you will want the finest clay roof tiles available. Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd have a fantastic range of roofing tiles and accessories to tempt you.
Our Classic Range of Edwardian, Victorian and Georgian clay roof tiles are firm favourites with London roofers as they perfectly compliment many of the properties in and around London.
The Tower of London has become established as one of the most popular tourist attractions in England today. It has been an important tourist attraction since Elizabeth 1st was on the thrown. There are many written accounts on the sights of London that foreign visitors wrote about. Its most popular attractions were the Royal Menagerie and displays of armour. The Crown Jewels also attracted a good deal of interest, they have been on public display since 1669 and are still a major draw today.
The Tower of London gained popularity with tourists through the 19th century, despite the opposition of the Duke of Wellington to visitors. Numbers became so high that by 1851 a purpose built ticket office was erected. By the end of the century, over 500,000 were visiting the castle every year.
Over the 18th and 19th centuries, many of the buildings were slowly adapted for other uses and demolished. Only the Wakefield and St Thomas Towers survived. The 18th century marked an increasing interest in Englands medieval past. One of the effects was the emergence of Gothic Revival architecture. In the Towers architecture, this was clear when the New Horse Armoury was built in 1825 against the south face of the White Tower. It featured elements of Gothic Revival architecture such as battlements. Other buildings were remodelled to match the style and the Waterloo Barracks.
Between 1845 and 1885 institutions such as the Mint which had inhabited the castle for hundreds of years were moved to other sites; many of the post medieval structures left vacant were demolished. In 1855, the War Office took over responsibility for manufacture and storage of weapons from the Ordnance Office, which was gradually phased out of the castle. At the same time, there emerged a greater and growing interest in the history of the Tower of London
Why not call Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd to discuss the perfect clay roof tile for your London building project? Our staff are at the top of their game and are ready, willing and able to offer the best professional advice to help you achieve the best results possible.
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