You could be forgiven for thinking that roof tiles are possibly not the most exiting commodity on the market, but consider where our properties would be without them!
A property built with cheap inferior roof tiles will not only look bad, the chances are that the tiles will fail in a relatively short period of time, allowing water to enter through the roof, causing many thousands of pounds worth of damage.
The reason we only deal in high quality roof tiles is quite simple. By manufacturing and supplying only the best quality roof tiles, we ensure that our customers get the best tiles on the market. This means that we will pick up customers from referrals and repeat business from the building trade.
When you consider the damage that can occur to a property when inferior roof tiles are used, there really is no surprise that we retain a very extensive customer base as our customers know they are getting the best roofing products available.
When you buy your roof tiles from Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd, you get more than just high quality roof tiles, you get a complete roofing service. Expert advice and a planning service that when coupled with our varied and versatile products, you can be certain that you are dealing with a supplier of high quality roof tiles with a difference.
When you want a clay roof tile that embodies a traditional, hand made finish, Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd have your back! Our hand made clay roof tiles are crafted out of the very finest raw materials and exceed all expectations of quality. We are very proud of the tradition and heritage these roof tiles adhere to and know that they will enhance your Hertfordshire property beautifully.
The Conservation range of handmade clay roof tiles are available in two wonderfully distinctive colours, created by using a very fine sand, The Conservation Weathered roof tile is a natural warm tone, achieving an instant mellow and settled look and the Conservation Red roof tile is absolutely perfect for vertical tiling especially suited for villages and period properties that demand that old and weathered appearance.
When the Roman Legions left Hertfordshire in the early 5th century, the now unprotected country was invaded and colonised by the Anglo-Saxons. By the 6th century the majority of Hertfordshire was part of the East Saxon kingdom. This short lived kingdom collapsed in the 9th century, leaving Hertfordshire to the control of the West Anglians of Mercia.
Hertfordshire finally became an English shire in the 10th century, on the merger of the West Saxon and Mercian kingdoms. At the time of the Norse invasions, Hertfordshire was on the front lines of much of the fighting. King Edward the Elder, in his reconquest of Norse held lands in what was to become England, established a fort in Hertford, which was to prevent Norse activities in the area. His father, King Alfred the Great, established the River Lea as a boundary between his kingdom and that of the Norse lord Guthrum, with the north and eastern parts of the county being within the Danelaw.
There is little evidence however of Norse placenames within Hertfordshire, and many of the Anglo-Saxon features remained intact to this day. Hertfordshire suffered from renewed Norse raids in the late 10th to early 11th centuries, as armies led by Danish kings Swein Forkbeard and Cnut the Great harassed the country as part of their attempts to undermine and overthrow English king Athelred the Unready.
Hand made clay roof tiles for your Hertfordshire property are merely a phone call away and at a very competitive price too. Why not contact Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd for a quote or any other queries you may have.
If you would like to know more or are interested in a quote we would be happy to help. Phone us on 01708 853 953, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
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