Keystone Lintels is offering complex brick detailing with offsite quality with its Keyslip range.
The Keyslip range allows house builders to explore intricate brick features with the simplicity of a one-piece solution that can be consistently reproduced across developments in a cost-effective way.
The Keyslip Brick Details range is made up of Brick Feature Lintels and Lightweight Brick Headers and Sills. Intricate brickwork detail can be carried out in a factory controlled environment, enabling Keystone’s engineers to develop unique solutions for complicated brickwork over openings.
Derrick McFarland, Managing Director for Keystone Lintels, explains: “These products utilise a highly labour efficient production technique, the result of which is a superior quality finish. This corresponds with a strong use of brick by architects and developers, both of whom require high quality finishes. Ranging from simple lightweight brick headers to highly intricate arches and ornate brickwork over openings, the Keyslip range provides a solution to a variety of brickwork requirements.”
Overall, the range enables top quality brickwork with the flexibility to suit any build, with the ability to be customised completely.
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