Imperial Bricks

New contemporary and regional bricks from Imperial at London Build

  • 16 Aug 2018

Imperial Bricks will be launching new contemporary wirecut, linear handmade and sanded stock bricks at this year’s London Build show.

At Stand D24 from 23 – 24 October at Olympia London, Imperial will be the showcasing the widest range of traditional handmade bricks on the market, suitable for domestic and commercial refurbishment, renovation and new build.

As well as this, exclusive products for London and the Home Counties will be on show.

Take the Yellow Stock range; it includes four variations, plus a new Original London Stock blend with authentic and unique ‘coal spotting’, all complemented by a heritage lime mortar range designed specifically for the capital.

The new linear handmade bricks come in regionally matched blends, a unique offering that is not available from any other UK supplier.

Jason Hughes, MD at Imperial Bricks, commented: “We specialise in regionally-matched bricks in imperial and metric sizes to suit almost any project.

“Using tried and tested traditional techniques, we can match existing or nearby brickwork with reclamation finishes, weathering, and bespoke blends. Our range is also available as brick slips for internal feature walls or outside cladding.”

Imperial Bricks also offers a pair of CPD seminars, which have proven incredibly popular; Revolutionising Restoration covers traditional brickmaking methods and how to specify the right brick, whilst Innovative Brick Matching Solutions looks at blending, colour correct and remedies for matching weathered and aged brickwork.

Tickets for London Build 2018 are free, and can be registered for at www.londonbuildexpo.com

Contact:

Imperial Bricks Ltd
Crowgreaves Farm
Stableford
Bridgnorth
Shropshire
WV15 5LT

e: [email protected]
t: 01746 330994

Visit Imperial Bricks' website

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