We at Tudor are very pleased to offer our new and improved vent system.
Designed and manufactured in the UK, this In-Tile vent adds to our range of genuine ‘made in England’ products.
In-Tile (hidden design)
The Tudor IN-TILE Vent is a low profile PVC-U design, manufactured exclusively for Tudor Roof Tiles by industry renowned Hambleside Danelaw Ltd. of Northampton.
Each unit provides a free vent area of 6,100 mm2, and is suitable for soil and mechanical venting pipe systems where an external pressure test is not required.
Each unit is able to be covered with tiles using a good grade building adhesive as described in the fixing guide. This is done on site during the roofing work so as to use tiles taken from the batch supplied. This ensures minimal visibility.
Simple to Install (even retrospectively)
New Build or Renovation
6,100 mm² per unit venting
Can be used with any brand of clay plain tiles
The semi-visible In-Tile Vent measures 310mm x 330mm. Supplied complete with fitting instructions.
Wonderful looking historic building with our handmade clay rooftiles.
Excellent restoration work from Recclesia
Craftsmanship and quality count
British Ceramic Confederation and Roof Tile Association Welcome New Member
Tudor are pleased to have been invited to join the British Ceramic Confederation, plus their sector associate the Roof Tile Association.
The BCC represents and works with many UK based ceramic companies acting on their behalf to promote safety, quality and sustainable manufacturing.
Along side the BCC, a number of Sector Associations carry out specific activities, notably product awareness and standards development. The Roof Tile Association has now taken over from The Roof Tile Council as the central representative body for pitched roof tile manufacturers.
Paul Lythgoe, Managing Director of Tudor, added: “As a company we pride ourselves on combining the benefits of traditional craftsmanship with modern performance standards. We acknowledge the benefits given to UK ceramic manufacturers by the BCC, and we look forward to working with the RTA as it seeks to promote both design and quality in pitched roofing.”
After 2 years of design and planning, Tudor Roof Tiles supplied bespoke sized tiles (400mm long x 100mm wide) to King’s College School Wimbledon for their new music school and concert hall.
The tiles were used to form a visually stunning ‘patterned’ roof which must surely go forward to win many architectural awards.
Tudor hope to publish a more in depth look at this project over the coming weeks.