Alumasc’s innovative easy-to-apply Traditional Brick Slip system

  • 12 Jan 2015

Alumasc’s Traditional Brick Slip is a patented durable, lightweight system that uses a preformed template mesh to assist speedy and accurate installation, achieving a premium quality and uniform result. It is easy-to-apply, with minimal site handling required.

Traditional brick slips can be cut on site to accommodate detailing requirements and are highly resistant to impact damage.

The system offers a real brick finish, where the use of real bricks would not be viable.

Applications

  • Traditional brick slips are extensively used as a hard wearing covering to areas of facade prone to impact damage or simply to match existing details retained after re-modelling and upgrade work
  • Can be used to complement Alumasc’s traditional render solutions and/or create feature bands
  • Suitable for application to most substrates, in low rise applications
  • Can be used as the facing for external wall insulation systems (fully compatible with Alumasc’s Swisslab and Swisspan EWI systems)

Colour Options

  • Alumasc Traditional Brick Slips are available in a range of standard UK brick colour and texture options
  • A standard range of mortar colours is available
  • It is possible to supply alternative brick slip colours/styles outside of the standard range subject to project size

Installation andamp; Maintenance

  • Installed by a national network of Alumasc registered specialist contractors
  • The system requires minimal routine maintenance

CASE STUDIES

Elm Grove – Newcastle

A development by Your Homes Newcastle of six three-storey maisonette blocks comprising a total of 230 flats.

Maes Mabon – Nelson, Mid Glamorgan

Refurbishment for Caerphilly County Borough Council

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

Phone: 01744 648400

Visit Alumasc Facades website

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