Reclaimed Bricks

The use of bricks dates to the Roman Empire and has been prevalent in the construction of buildings since. Bricks are robust, and aesthetically pleasing and are produced in a wide range of colours and finishes. Reclaimed bricks are recommended for period projects to retain the historical character of a building when used for extensions, repairs, outbuildings, garden walls etc.

In recent years there has been a surge in the popularity of new bricks which are manufactured to look weathered and are a cheaper alternative.

London Yellow Stock Bricks

Dating back to the 19th century, Yellow Stocks were produced in imperial units and used in buildings across London and the South-East. These bricks gained their name owing to their

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Multi Stock Mix Bricks

A multi stock mix is a blend of yellow stock bricks and multi stocks bricks. Using both bricks in the same wall offers a fantastic blend of colours. This blend

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New Imperial Yellow Stock Bricks

Imperial Yellows are designed to mimic the look and feel of a Yellow Stock, retaining a high quality but a more affordable option. These bricks are handmade with a 5%

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Red Rubber Bricks

Red Rubber Bricks are the second most common brick, dating back to the 17th century and made in imperial units. Variations are found in texture from rough to smooth wire

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