Roofs, extensions and bay windows may be where you expect to see clay roof tiles fitted to any property, however, there are situations where the DIY enthusiast can use them on other projects around the house and garden.
Many properties are having solid fuel stoves fitted these days and the modern properties do not have a chimney and therefore require a separate pipe or flue to be fitted onto the property. What better way to integrate such an add on to any property than to finish the top of the housing with some high quality traditional clay tiles?
Garages can also benefit from a clay tile roof and many have converted their old flat roofed garage to a pitched one with traditional clay tiles to match the existing property. This alone can really set your property apart from the rest and even add a considerable amount of money to the overall value too.
Those who have brick built sheds or converted old style coal bunkers in their garden can also upgrade to include some traditional clay tiles to these structures. The extra uniformity will only enhance the property and make it a more desirable proposition when on the housing market.
Gardens that have ponds will probably require a secure and safe electrical supply and an array of pumps and various other accessories to keep the pond in good order. A well built solid housing topped with traditional clay tiles will look rather impressive and it is also a great place to store all the fish food, nets and other items that have to be stored under cover.
When only the best will do, Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd have the very finest premium roof tiles for your building project in Kent. A wide colour choice, including innovative shades and bespoke styles is available, allowing the architect, specifier or homeowner complete versatility to create a stunning design that will enhance any project, regardless of the age of the property.
The strawberries that so many enjoy at Wimbledon are also grown in Kent, giving it a hint of this typically British tradition. These strawberries take quite the adventure from a lovely field in Kent to being picked and taken on to their next stop. Wimbledon strawberries are picked very carefully, and are required to be between 25mm-45mm in diameter, fully red all over and free of any defects. The best kind to add cream to and watch the tennis.
Premium clay roof tiles and a premium customer service is at the heart of what we do here at Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd. These and other reasons why we have been at the forefront of the clay roof tile industry for many years.
If you would like to know more or are interested in a quote we would be happy to help. Phone us on 01634 471 344, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
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