Northcot Brick has extended its Cotswold Collection by adding eight distinctive new blends.
The new blends introduce a wider spectrum of warm natural colours ranging from subtle yellows and buffs through to vibrant oranges and reds, suitable for both new build and renovation projects.
The Cotswold Collection has an all round rugged texture on all four faces, achieved through the use of unique custom-built machinery during the manufacturing process. The bricks are made from Cotswold clay and are coal-fired to create a natural appearance.
This produces interesting brickwork with little waste, at more competitive prices than handmade bricks.
In addition, as the bricks are a ‘dual faced’ product, builders can also benefit from the ease of use and reduced wastage on site.
Available in both 65mm and 73mm sizes to suit both old and modern properties, the range is hand blended to create a consistent mix of bricks within each pack.
Bespoke blends can also be created to match existing projects or to meet specific requirements.
The Cotswold range is manufactured to British and European standards, including F2 rating for Frost Resistance BS EN 771-1:2003.
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