Imperial Bricks will have experts on hand at the National Self Build and Renovation Centre Show in Swindon between the 27th – 29th January 2017, to provide advice and guidance on brick specification for new build, renovation and restoration projects.
Imperial offers a collection of 35 traditional handmade, wire cut, pressed and reclamation bricks – with many available as brick slips – all of which will be on display. It will offer self-builders the opportunity to find out more about regional variations in brick size, colour and texture and to specify the correct bricks for each individual project.
The company will also showcase its range of natural slates, handmade roof tiles, stone paving, sleeps, oak flooring, reclaimed building materials, Yorkstone and architectural salvage, available to purchase at the show.
Delegates will also have the opportunity to attend the seminar, ‘How to choose the right brick for your restoration, renovation or new build project’, presented by Imperial Bricks’ Specification Manager, Ruth Jones. The session will take place on January 27th at 12pm on the main Theatre Stage.
The National Self Build and Renovation Centre Show will take place between the 27th – 29th January 2017 in Swindon. Visitor tickets will cost £12 on the day of the event or can be reserved for free here.
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