Clay Pantiles are becoming more popular than ever before and are renowned for their distinctive 'S' profile that creates a series of ridges and furrows that produce one of the most elegant roofscapes available.
The Pantile shape is predominant in the East side of England and Scotland, and areas of the South West. This geographical architectural footprint is a legacy of several centuries of trading during which pantiles were brought back from Holland and Belgium as ballast in trading ships.
Sandtoft Clay Pantiles are designed to reflect the history behind what is one of the most eye-catching roof tile designs ever created. At the same time, Sandtoft can offer a choice of four different tile types to suit the varying needs of the market place.
Bespoke pantile shapes together with other profiles are available through Sandtoft's Heritage Service.