Wednesday, May 03, 2006


What kind of historic tile are you looking for?

What tile are you looking for?
If you don’t find the tile you are looking for, don’t give up! There are many tiles which remain available, either with us or with another supplier, which are not shown. And if a tile cannot be obtained or salvaged, we work with specialty manufacturing companies that pride themselves in the duplication of historic roofing tiles.

Check out our inventory at the Custom Tile Guru site:

We have perhaps the largest collection of Heinz Roofing Tile in the world! As a major supplier of salvaged and obsolete clay roofing tile from 1912 to 1945, the Heinz concern was a major competitor of the well known Ludowici company. The two companies had almost identical product lines and very often one is confused for the other. These tiles are found all over the United States and Canada.
The following are many of the different manufacturers products that we offer:
Barne Tile
Detroit Roofing Tile
Empire Tile
Gladding McBean
Hawthorne Tile
Lifetime Tile
Longmont Tile
Ludowici Tile
Mineral Wells
Mound City
Nibco Tile
Sullivan Tile
Waterseal (Weatherwell)

Whatever tile it is you are searching for, just remember that most old tile acquisitions are in limited quantities and tile availability is subject to change from day to day.

I am interested in the ACRM15 tile. I would like to know the thickness? I am looking for a 1/2" tiles.
Can you use salvaged tiles for roofing in Vancouver? Or would it be better to use new materials?
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