Sourcing the high quality roof tiles you have come to expect from us here at Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd is one thing, but what about achieving a nice blend of different tiles to get that genuine bespoke look?
We have a really helpful and easy to use blend tool on our website that will enable you to select a percentage of different high quality roof tiles on a slider control. When you have selected the blend you want, you simply click the update mix button to see exactly what your own bespoke blend of high quality roof tiles will look like.
Should you not be happy with the look of the blend selected, you simply adjust the sliders and update button until you are completely satisfied with the way your property will look.
This fantastic and useful tool is invaluable. The last thing you want is to buy the tiles for your property and be unhappy with the end result. Now you can see exactly what your own customised blend of different high quality roof tiles will look like before the roofers ever touch your property.
Unfortunately an entire roof of exactly the same colour roof tiles can sometimes look a little monotonous. Now you can get a totally unique look with the select a blend tool on our website, which will certainly take all the guess work out of working out what percentage of the various high quality roof tiles you will require to complete the project.
So before you order your high quality roof tiles from us, why not spend a few minutes experimenting with the sliders to achieve that perfect mix to make your property stand out from the rest.
There are a huge number of properties in London that have bay windows that require vertical clay tiles and Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd will be happy to advise our customers as to the best to suit your needs.
Our clay roof tiles are not just suitable for roofing projects, but anywhere that clay roof tiles are needed.
After winning the Battle of Hastings, William, Duke of Normandy was crowned King of England in the newly completed Westminster Abbey on Christmas Day 1066. The new King constructed the Tower of London, the first of the many Norman castles in England to be rebuilt in stone, in the southeastern corner of London, to intimidate the native inhabitants.
In 1097, William II began the building of Westminster Hall, close by the abbey of the same name. The hall became the basis of a new Palace of Westminster, which remains a major London landmark.
In the 12th century, the institutions of central government, which had accompanied the royal English court as it moved around the country, grew in size and became increasingly fixed in one place. For most purposes this was Westminster in London, although the royal treasury, having been moved from Winchester, came to rest in the Tower of London. While the City of Westminster developed into a true capital in governmental terms, its distinct neighbour, the City of London, remained Englands largest city and principal commercial centre, and it grey steadily under its own unique administration, the Corporation of London.
London was also a centre of Englands Jewish population before their expulsion by Edward I in 1290. Violence against Jews took place in 1190, after it was rumoured that the new king had ordered their massacre after they had presented themselves at his coronation. In 1264 during the Second Barons War, Simon de Montforts rebels killed 500 Jews while attempting to seize records of debts.
When you need the finest quality clay roof tiles for your London building project, call Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd for a service that few can equal.
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