Tudor Roof Tiles historically authentic range of handmade peg and plain clay tiles add value to new build projects as well as complementing older styled or period properties in conservation areas.
Made from the finest English clay, these traditional sand faced clay tiles have an instant aged’, time weathered appearance with subtle variations in shape, camber and colour, which mirror the randomly individualistic look of the original antique tiles.
Paul Lythgoe, Managing Director of Tudor Roof Tile Co Ltd: We are delighted to have received this prestigious Build It’ award. Such recognition clearly demonstrates the aesthetic importance of traditionally manufactured handmade peg and plain tiles and the value which continues to be placed on high standards of workmanship.
Tudor roof tiles are carefully hand pressed, moulded and trimmed, and then strengthened by advanced firing techniques, in order to give the final products exceptional durability.
More information via the website link below or call 01797 320202 or E-mail via [email protected]
Tudor Roof Tile
Tel: 01797 320202
Fax: 01797 320700
Email: [email protected]
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