There is a saying that you get what you pay for, which suggests that if something does not cost serious money, it generally isn't much good. However, not everything good in life has to cost a fortune, Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd offer great value for money with their ranges of traditional roof tiles.
There really is a world of deifference between cheap and value! Our traditional roof tiles are definitely not cheap, but do offer amazing value for money. The quality of our roof tiles is second to none and we know you will be astounded at just how reasonable our prices are.
Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd manage to keep their prices reasonable because we do not have to factor in mark ups from other suppliers. Although we do work in partnership with other suppliers, generally we design, manufacture and deliver our own traditional roof tiles, keeping our costs lower than if we bought everything in from external sources.
When you are looking for the very finest quality traditional roof tiles, but are trying to remain within budget, Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd really are the company to contact. Our sales team are more than just telesales, they are professionals in the roofing field and can advise and help with any enquiry relating to traditional roof tiles and other roofing related materials.
The term'classic' evokes the image of something worth owning. The definition of the word is something that has been judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality and outstanding of its kind.
The Classic range of plain tiles is one of the finest ranges of clay tiles available from us. Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd source only the very best raw materials for our craftsmen to create beautifully hand formed clay tiles of the highest quality and durability.
Our classic range of clay roof tiles are suitable for all new build and renovation projects, this wonderful plain tile range offers a variety of design options bringing huge versatility and abundant character to all types of tiled roofs.
During the Plantagenet period, St. Albans Abbey in Hertfordshire was the initial drafting place of what was to become the Magna Carta. And in the later Wars of the Roses, St. Albans staged two major battles between the Lancastrians and the Yorkists.
In Tudor times, Hatfield House in Hertfordshire was often frequented and eventually lived in by Mary 1st and her half sister Princess Elizabeth who would later become Queen Elizabeth I.
Stuart kings such as James VI and VI of Scotland and England used the Hertfordshire property as a hunting lodge, and Charles II facilitated the construction of the New River running from Hertfordshire as a supply of drinking water into London.
The first shooting down of a zeppelin over Great Britain during World War One happened in Cuffley Hertfordshire.
So for that classic look of a traditionally hand made clay roof tile for your Hertfordshire property, give Heritage Clay Tiles Ltd a call and speak to one of their professional sales staff.
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 email@example.com and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
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