Clay Point was established in 1998 as an independent single window Sales point compressing the seven leading clay tile manufacturer's from Kerala and Karnataka, having over 145 years of Tiles production expertise among them. All our Associated Members from Kerala are listed under the Kerala Top 10 tile Manufactures. The Company, which initially began as a manufacturers' forum to promote the benefits of clay tiles, has now grown & became a fully fledged exclusive Roof tiles trader.
Now Clay Point is a one-stop trading company from where you can select a wide assortment of Clay Roofing Tiles, Terracotta Floor and Paving Tiles, Glazed Clay Roofing Tiles, Coloured Concrete Roof Tiles, Ceramic Roof tiles, Roofing Shingles etc. As per the laid down norms with our Member Manufactures, We assure optimum quality production. We also strictly emphasize our manufactures on higher end automated production line, which is a true blend of both cutting-edge technology and century old manglorian clay manufacturing techniques, thus assuring you the top most Quality with a smart touch of Keralian Heritage.
Reasons to use a clay point certified roof tiles
- Clay roof tiles bring arctic and spirit to the appearance of a building.
- Clay roof tiles are a natural and durable roofing product, which will enhance the aesthetic appearance of a roof.
- Clay roof tiles can withstand the natural climatic elements and improve with exposure, adding to the 'kerb appear of a home
- Clay roof tiles are a part of the Kerala's architectural heritage and add to the beauty of the total built environment
- Clay roof tiles offer flexibility and choice whatever the style of building - either traditional or modern.
- Clay roof tiles are ideal for both refurbishment and new build projects.
- Clay roof tiles are a premium, quality and a cost efficient product.
History of Clay Industry in India
A German missionary had set up the first tile factory at Mangalore in 1860 after they found large deposits of clay by the banks of the Gurupura and Nethravathi rivers. It was called Basel Mission tile factory, and was the first ever tile factory in India, located on the banks of the Nethravathi River, near Morgan's Gate. Since then the industry flourished in India. Several other tile factories came up in the years that followed. Mangalore tiles, which is also known as Mangalorean tiles are a type of tiles native to the city of Mangalore, in India. These red tiles, prepared from hard laterite clay, are in great demand throughout India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, the Far East and are even shipped to East Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and Australia.
- Clay Point
- Near Manganam Kurish,
- Kanjikuzhy, Kottayam
- Kerala - 686 004 India
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- Eriyad, Kodungallur
- Kerala - 680 666. India
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