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Walther roof tilesThe company Walther Dachziegel was founded in 1878 by Christoph Walther in Langenzenn. In the following century, much was invested and constantly modernized.
In 1998 Walther Dachziegel received a certification according to DIN EN ISO 9001 and was able to register a patent for an open-pored glaze. In the year 2005 the company Walther roof tile GmbH with the company Jacobi Tonwerke GmbH joined together to the Jacobi company group, which meanwhile could achieve a market share of approximately 10%. The program of the former company Walther - today's Jacobi - now includes a large assortment of tile models.
... are available as model Z5 or Z9 variwell. The surface is slightly curved, the roof presents the viewer slightly wavy. The color selection in this model is large, there is even a special glaze "avant-garde".
flat roof tiles
There are several models here. The flat roof tiles J11v, J12 and J13 novell. The tile achieves a harmonious cover and the costs are limited. Again, there are some colors and the avant-garde glaze of your choice.
Noteworthy here is especially the model stylist, which results in a very smooth roof which always looks very modern and straightforward. This exclusive model is often chosen in shades of gray to emphasize the elegant look. The Walther-Deugla sliding tile is also one of the flat tiles.
there are the models Z7v and / 10 - also known under the name Rheinlandziegel. This brick is movable and the brim runs flat. This results in a special effect when watching, which varies depending on the distance of the viewer.
... are available as a tradition Large folding bricks - it combines tradition and modernity and its typical form. Also available is the Doppelmulden folding tile Z2
With the spirited roof tile Marko Romanesque roof tile one achieves above all the Mediterranean look. It creates a fascinating play of light and shadow on the roof - just like in the south.
This roof tile is typically curved and has a long tradition. Especially for listed buildings, this tile is used - either the model H1 or H2.
The Krempziegel is a historical brick whose origin probably dates from the 11th century. Accordingly, it is used in predominantly older buildings. Of course, this classic is also to be found in the assortment, and once, the plain tile Walther and once the model Jacobi. The variety of colors is impressive. It's even a spotty model.
So there is a whole row of roof tiles at the medium-sized company Jacobi, also in various colors and surface treatments.
The quality certificates of Walther roof tiles can be viewed on the manufacturer's homepage or downloaded if required.