Hand-Made Clay Roof Tiles
You can use the Ash Vale range of handmade clay plain tiles if the pitch of your roof is between 35° and 90° and they are fixed in accordance with the British Standard Code of Practice for Slating & Tiling BS 5534: 2014. However, if your roof pitch is lower than 35°, please contact us with details of your requirements and it is very possible we can offer a solution to lower pitched roofs.
The Ash Vale range handmade clay plain tiles are used extensively across the UK on refurbishments and new builds alike. The tiles are widely accepted in Conservation Areas and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and are regularly used on Churches, Historic and Listed Buildings, etc.
Subtle autumnal shades with varying cambers in length and width result in a textured roofscape with a weathered appearance and matt un-sanded finish.
Natural orange with a matt un-sanded finish with varying cambers in length and width commonly used for tile cladding, but equally at home on a roof.
The Foxearth is a mellow brown colour with varying cambers in length and width to add texture to the roof. The effect is of an old peg tile which has weathered on the South facing roof slopes of an old building.
A dark tile which instantly looks old and weathered with varying cambers in length and width. Perfect for repairs to old buildings or creating an established looking new build.
A natural red / orange sand-faced tile with varying cambers in length and width equally at home on the roof as it is on vertically tiled areas of a property.
A beautiful handcrafted tile blend pre-mixed at the factory producing a subtle variation of colours from orange/red, brown and dark tiles.
Originally, all tiles would have been made in their natural fired colour such as our Red pantile, which with most clays is a terracotta red.