Are you a self-builder and homeowner seeking to renovate? Well you can learn how to add value and kerb appeal by visiting Imperial Bricks on Stand E204 at the Homebuilding and Renovating Show in March.
Taking place at the NEC Birmingham from 22 – 25 March, Imperial has the biggest range of traditional handmade, wirecut, pressed and reclamation bricks of any single supplier across the nation.
So whether your project is renovation, restoration or new build, it would be well worth paying the Imperial team a visit!
The latest products on show include the Heritage Soft Orange, 3” Reclamation Handmade, Restoration Waterstruck and the new Heritage range of lime mortars.
On top of this, brick tinting demonstrations will also be taking place, with visitors welcome to show plans and photos for experts at Imperial Bricks to analyse.
Jason Hughes, Managing Director, said the 50-brick range means wherever your project is based Imperial will have a regional variety to match.
Ruth Hughes, Specification Manager at Imperial, will also be on hand for a masterclass on choosing the ideal brick for your particular project.
Imperial Bricks’ Heritage lime mortar, developed in partnership with Limetec, will also be on display, at the show where visitors are encouraged to make the most of Imperial Bricks’ expertise, with technical advice and guidance available.
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