Imperial Bricks has expanded its range of bricks with the addition of the Olde Reclamation Clamp and 2⅝” Reclamation Cheshire. These new bricks enable the company to reach more customers, offering solutions for almost any build.
The Olde Reclamation Clamp offers a more traditional option with more character and the use of red and orange shades. They are available in both imperial and metric sizes, making them ideal for the restoration and renovation of older buildings.
The expansion also includes the new 2⅝” Reclamation Cheshire, which includes red, orange and plum shades, offering an identical appearance to genuine reclaimed bricks. Imperial puts the rustic high-quality handmade brick through a special ageing and weathering process in order to achieve this reclamation finish.
Jason Hughes, Managing Director at Imperial Bricks, comments: “Added benefits are that they come fully tested, frost resistant to current standards, and both are available with reliable supply for ongoing projects. Whether you’re in Cheshire, Surrey or inner-city London, Imperial Bricks has a product to suit your project, so that both new-builds or renovated properties can benefit from serious kerb appeal and added value to their home.”
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