If you’ve ever wanted to try brick tinting, Imperial Bricks is offering the opportunity for visitors at Jewson Live (14th December).
There will be a chance to see and try blending newer bricks and mortar with original brickwork, at Imperial Bircks’ B17 stand at Birmingham’s NEC.
Imperial is also set to showcase its latest products including reclamation and weathered versions of 3″ Pre-War Banded Wirecut bricks, new Restoration Waterstruck bricks and its Brick Matcher app.
You can also find information on the full range of bespoke handmade, wirecut, waterstruck and pressed bricks at the stand. Furthermore, a complementary Heritage lime mortar range, designed for traditional handmade bricks, will also be on display.
Imperial Bricks Ltd
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t: 01746 330994
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