The popular Brick Matcher app from Imperial Bricks has been made available for Android users through the Google Play store, offering more customers the ability to identify the appropriate brick.
The app makes it easy for housebuilders and developers to source and compare bricks. It also enables users to upload pictures of existing brickwork so that Imperial Bricks’ expert team can email the closest brick from its range.
In addition, the app offers the ability to calculate how many bricks are required by entering the dimensions of a wall into the built-in brick calculator. Users can also specify the brickwork bong – or pattern – used for an accurate estimation.
Jason Hughes, MD of Imperial Bricks says: “Our in-house team are experts in helping customers choose the right bricks. The Brick Matcher app is a great tool to find the perfect match for existing brickwork on refurb projects or to ensure a new build ‘blends in’ with surrounding properties, adding kerb appeal and value.”
Visit the iTues store and search for ‘Brick Matcher’ to download the iOS app, or the Google Play store for the new Android version.
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