We have chosen to showcase the following Products, because of their
exceptional quality and longevity.
Our roofing products carry warranties between 30 and 50 years. For details, please see our warranty
Different projects require
different tiles. We also offer a custom search for
tiles and products we currently do not show on this site.
All of our tiles have
been rigorously tested to confirm to the European testing criteria that by far
exceed ASTM standards (If requested we can provide you the testing
specifications and results).
- Mediterranean Clay Tiles
We offer "the real deal" - most of our Mediterranean clay roofing tiles
really come from the
Mediterranean. Tiles are available in a wide range of colors, blends
- Slate and Shake looking Clay Tiles
We have a wide selection of flat tiles, most are interlocking. The sizes range from very small to huge.
There are lots of surface texture
and colors to choose from.
- European Style Clay Tiles
Coming from northern parts of Europe, these tiles come in a wide variety
of forms, sizes and colors. Some of the most advanced designs feature
double-V-interlock, huge sizes and easy installation.
Products that enhance the looks and use of the clay roof tiles
including roof ornaments, snow retention, installation products.
- Clay Wall Cladding
Clay wall cladding has been around for quite some time, its
many benefits include easy and fast installation, virtually no
maintenance and substantial cost savings over other wall covering
products. Design wise it allows the architect to play with sizes
and colors for that added visual effect.
Clay Wine Bottle Racks
Clay Wine Bottle Racks are traditionally used as premium wine storage
solution. The benefits are manifold. The compact structure keeps
the wine at a constant temperature and shuts out damaging light.
Sought after from wine connoisseurs all over the world, this method of
storing wine has undergone a revival. All over Europe, wine cellars
are lined with clay bottle racks and this method is in use since
winemakers have switched from clay bottles to glass. Especially
wineries have used this method and now it is available for the use in
your home cellar, as well.