Tudor Roof Tile Co Ltd has been awarded membership by the Guild of Master Craftsmen for their skill and excellence in the art of traditional clay roof tile making.
The Guild of Master Craftsmen is the UK’s most established trade association, representing skilled and rated tradesmen, craftspeople, artisans and other professionals who strive for excellence in workmanship and customer service. All members sign up to the aims and objectives of The Guild and the logo and coat of arms are a sign of quality instantly recognised by consumers.
Tudor Roof Tiles uses traditional handmade techniques that have hardly changed over the ages. Each tile is individually hand pressed, moulded and trimmed to give its distinctive ‘olde world’ character, and then strengthened by advanced firing techniques in order to give the final product exceptional performance and durability, which exceeds current building regulations.
Made with meticulous attention to detail, these sand-faced Peg and Plain tiles clay tiles have a variable camber and an idiosyncratic weathered appearance, which blends with period and heritage properties, but will also add individuality and ‘kerb appeal’ to new build projects.
They can be made in standard or bespoke sizes, with round or square peg holes or with nibs on the underside to suit traditional or modern construction methods and they are available in a range of rustic mellow colours ranging from pale orange to dark red.
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