Imperial Bricks, the UK’s leading supplier of the finest traditional handmade, wirecut and pressed bricks, will be at the London Build Expo, October 25th & 26th at London Olympia.
London Build 2017 is the UK’s largest construction expo dedicated entirely to opportunities in London and the South of England and Imperial will be showing its extensive range of bricks suitable for use in new-build, renovation and extensions in the region.
Its brick slips, used in both decorative internal work or as an outside cladding, and new crackle-glazed wall tiles will also be on display.
Imperial Bricks already have a range to suit the city, with its London Yellow Stock range featuring four variations; Yellow, Reclamation Yellow, Yellow Multi and Reclamation Yellow Multi, in addition to the bespoke blends which can be created to suit.
Jason Hughes, Managing Director at Imperial Bricks comments: “Our brick range is suitable for all parts of London. With imperial and metric sizing available, it’s simple to match existing brickwork.
“If there isn’t an exact match available, Imperial Bricks and Bebbington’s tinting service will ensure a seamless blend of old and new.”
As well as this, Ruth Hughes, UK Specification Manager at Imperial Bricks, will be presenting a CPD seminar on Revolutionising Restoration, as part of the Interiors & Fit-Out Summit.
Scheduled for 2pm on the 25th October, the 50-minute presentation will cover many areas, including traditional brick making methods and regional brick variations, guidance on choosing suitable bricks for certain projects and the benefits of using traditional handmade bricks.
The seminar is fully accredited and all attendees will be presented a CPD certificate.
Imperial Bricks will be located at Stand D90 of the London Build Expo.
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