When people think about the traditional clay tile, they think about roofing projects. After all, the roof is where you would expect to see tiles in most settings.
However, many properties have tiled bat=y windows and lower level extensions that require traditional clay tiles to complete the build. Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd have a wide range of such clay tiles that are manufactured using traditional methods with the finest quality clay to ensure that our customers can enjoy all the benefits of a traditional clay tile at a very competitive price.
Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd pride themselves on the quality and value of their range of traditional clay tiles and we want all of our customers to be able to benefit from this fantastic range of roofing products.
Whether you require our traditional clay tiles for the main roof of your property, for a bay window or an extension, Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd will have the perfect solution.
Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd will ensure that no matter where you need to install our traditional clay tiles, you will be supplied with the very finest quality tiles and tile fittings that money can buy. Our team of dedicated professionals are ready and waiting for your call.
Why settle for second best when you can have the very best? Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd never compromise on quality and select the finest grade of raw materials for the manufacture of their ranges of clay roof tiles.
We appreciate that quality, durability and traditional manufacturing methods are appreciated by our discerning customers in and around Hertfordshire and are happy to satisfy their needs.
In October 2000, the Hatfield rail crash killed four people with over seventy injured. The crash exposed some failings of the company Railtrack, which consequently saw speed restrictions and a major track replacement policy being introduced. In May 2002, there was the Potters Bar rail accident, that killed seven people; the train was travelling at high speed when it derailed and went into the air when one of the carriages slid along the platform where it came to rest. Both rail disasters were a major shock for the Hertfordshire residents and are remembered with services every year.
In early December 2005, the Hertfordshire fuel depot in Hemel Hempstead exploded. Incredibly nobody was killed, but a great deal of damage to local properties windows were reported and houses were shook as far as Welwyn Garden City, which is over fifteen miles away. Many Hertfordshire residents reported loft hatches falling open and ornaments falling from shelves owing to the power of the explosion.
More positive news came to Hertfordshire in 2012, with the canoe and kayak slalom events of the 2012 Summer Olympics. A dedicated water course was developed and the even took place in Waltham Cross, Broxbourne in Hertfordshire.
So when only the very best clay roof tiles will do, Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd are on hand to satisfy the requirements of their Hertfordshire customers. Our team of dedicated professionals are waiting for your call.
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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