Art Brick

New Art Brick render blends seamlessly into any environment

  • 6 Jul 2016

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With more properties being built on small plots of land in between existing properties, the need to blend in with surroundings has become more widespread. Westdale Services, an Alumasc Registered Contactor, has developed an advanced brick effect render that can be tinted, texture and coloured to seamlessly blend into any environment.

The new Art Brick render system was created in order to increase options available for both new build and refurbishment projects. The render can provide any colour and texture, with long-term durability and protection from efflorescence.

Art Brick

The resulting brick façade solution is cost effective and can be installed without the need for pre-made brick slips or corner brick slips.

Art Brick can be installed onto any EWI system, including the Alumasc Ventilated Systeme (AVS). When used in conjunction with AVS, Art Brick provides an attractive rainscreen solution for timber frame and steel frame construction.

Alumasc Facades,
White House Works,
Bold Road,
Sutton,
St Helen's,
Merseyside,
United Kingdom
WA9 4JG

Phone: 01744 648400

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