Imperial Bricks has added a new 3” Reclamation brick to its range after hot demand in the Midlands and North; available in a metric version, it is ideal for new-build projects across the UK.
Historically used on traditional buildings in the region, the Reclamation Handmade is perfect for a period property extension, renovation or new build in need of a sensitive approach.
The rustic red handmade brick is an identical alternative to genuine reclaims which are hard to source.
The Reclamation Handmade brick has to go through a traditional weathering and tinting process in order to produce the finish of an instantly aged appearance.
Jason Hughes, MD of Imperial Bricks, said the rustic red handmade brick has become increasingly popular in new builds so to fit in with the surrounding areas.
Imperial’s expert team can offer help to self-builders, specifiers, architects and housebuilders in finding the correct brickwork for their respective projects.
The company’s customer support has expert advice on projects, bespoke brick blends and complementary products such as brick tint solution and a Heritage range of lime mortars to match regional varieties.
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