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Wienerberger introduces two new softmud bricks

  • 20 Mar 2017

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The UK’s leading provider of wall, roof and landscaping solutions, Wienerberger, has launched two new softmud bricks from its Warnham factory in West Sussex, furthering increasing its product offering.

Olde Heritage Antique

Olde Heritage Antique

With the demand for softmud/stock bricks on the rise, Wienerberger has introduced the Olde Autumn Antique and Olde Heritage Antique. The two new bricks offer a continental-style and vibrant red multi colour with subtle handcreased texture, popular for various projects in the UK.

Olde Autumn Antique

Olde Autumn Antique

Wall Category Product Manager, Lee Pauls said that these two new bricks help further strengthen Wienerberger’s offering for the area. They complement each other well and the blend of colours and texture makes them ideal for projects of any type, he added.

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