Imperial Bricks has extended its range of regionally-matched brick slips in shades to match specific regions across the UK. The manufacturer now offers 35 options that are CE marked and fully frost-resistant.
The brick slips are cut to a required depth and can be used for both internal and external projects. The slips are a cost-effective alternative to traditional brickwork, as they are quicker to install and use less raw materials.
Internally, the brick slips can be used to create an ‘exposed brickwork’ feature wall, popular in both residential and commercial settings. The slips can be used outside of the property as cladding, or to repair damaged areas.
For projects on listed buildings or in conservation areas, Imperial offer ‘off-the-shelf’ weathered options with a reclamation finish, as well as bespoke weathering to ensure restoration work blends in seamlessly.
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