Tiling

We can tile your property or development with a variety of different styles and materials. Modern tiles use concrete or even plastic, in addition to the more traditional terracotta / clay

The most distinctive difference between slates and tiles is that tiles do not have to be flat.We fit many different types, from including:

Plain tiles

A flat, rectangular tile, laid in alternating, overlapping rows

Roman tiles

Flat in the middle, with a concave curve at one end at a convex curve at the other, to allow interlocking.

 

Pantiles

With an S-shaped profile, allowing adjacent tiles to interlock. These result in a ridged pattern resembling a ploughed field. An example of this is the “double Roman” tile, dating from the late 19th century in England and America.