Heritage Ceramics

Welcome to our Natural Stone Flooring and Ceramic Tile Shop

Heritage Ceramics is a supplier of natural stone floors and porcelain tiles. We offer honed, brushed and tumbled limestone tiles, marble stone flooring tiles, antique reclaimed terracotta tiles, slate tiles and flagstones, and traditional English stone flooring such as Portland, Cotswold and Bath as well as less expensive imported alternatives.

We have been active in this industry for 15 years. We source from a wide variety of suppliers from across the globe. Our aim is to offer a wide range of top quality practical stone flooring tiles which can be used in any project or on any scheme. Our underlying aim is always to offer top quality natural stone tiles at affordable prices.

How We Work With You

We pride ourselves on offering a high quality, bespoke service to all of our customers, irrespective of the scale or complexity of their brief.

Slate tiles

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Antique Terracotta Tiles

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Aged Stone Flooring

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For you

We understand that any product for your home has to be just right. We will help you select and install the right floor for your home to match your personal taste, the design of your home and to your budget. Contact us now with details of your project and we will be happy to help.

For your client

We work with kitchen designers, interior designers and architects on a daily basis. We can provide a bespoke and individual service with your own dedicated project manager, an unlimited range of product and the ability to create any finish to any budget. Contact us now with details of your project and we will be happy to help. Subscribe to our mailing list to keep up to date with our company.

Quick Delivery

85 – 90 percent of our range is kept in our warehouse in the UK. Therefore we are able to offer rapid response and quick delivery to site when required.

Best Sellers

We offer a range of premium quality natural stone flooring tiles sourced from around the world

Heritage Ceramics Blog

Please take a look at some of our recent blog posts:

How do I find a good fixer to lay my floor?

How do I find a good fixer to lay my floor?

Installation of a stone floor is a specialist trade. If you want the floor you have purchased to look as good as possible it is very important to employ a fixer with years of experience rather than asking a general builder to lay the floor. A specialist installer will...

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How do you clean a stone floor?

How do you clean a stone floor?

A natural stone floor should be a durable and practical surface for any room in the home. However it is important to maintain it correctly to keep it looking its best. We would recommend the use of a specialist stone cleaner whenever you normally clean the floor....

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What is the tightest grout line I can have on a stone floor?

What is the tightest grout line I can have on a stone floor?

Stone tiles are cut with a diamond tipped saw which can be between 0.5mm – 0.75mm thick. Therefore whilst a tile on paper may be declared as 400 x 600mm there will always be a small amount of variation from tile to tile. British Standards declare an acceptable variation is + 2mm / -2mm across a floor. Therefore assuming a tile is cut square ( ie both sides are parallel it is possible for a competent installer to lay a floor with a 2 – 3mm grout line. It is impossible to get tighter than this due to the variations described above.

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Can My Builder Install My Floor?

Can My Builder Install My Floor?

Natural stone is a specialist product and it is important to use an installer who knows what he is doing and has experience of the product. Any reputable retailer will be able to give you a set of installation instructions however there are some scenarios where you...

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Can Stone Flooring Be Used Outside?

Can Stone Flooring Be Used Outside?

A common question we are asked is "can stone flooring be used outside" in the UK. The answer depends on the type of stone and its density. Any soft or medium density limestone can suffer from frost heave when used externally. This is a process that occurs over time....

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