Imperial Bricks, the leading traditional handmade brick supplier in the UK, has added two new bricks to their range: the Olde Reclamation Clamp and 2⅝ Reclamation Cheshire.
The Olde Reclamation Clamp replicates traditional handmade bricks in historic towns across the UK, particularly Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Cheshire, and the 2⅝” Reclamation is an excellent solution for restoration and renovation projects throughout the UK.
The Olde Reclamation Clamp is a highly attractive and characterful brick, with red/orange shades. Available in both imperial and metric sizes the brick is the perfect option for restoration and renovation projects, as well as new builds. Imperial Olde Reclamation Clamp bricks were recently selected for the restoration of the Hoofield Hall Barns for their ability to offer an attractive reclaimed look.
The 2⅝” Reclamation Cheshire is a charming ‘facing’ brick with colours ranging from reds and oranges to plum, with an identical appearance to genuine reclaimed bricks. The rustic high quality handmade brick undergoes a special ageing and weathering process to produce a characterful reclamation finish. It has recently been used in a character cottage in Drayton Bassett, Staffordshire, as the tumbled edges, mortared faces and rustic appearance was an excellent choice to create an authentic look.
Jason Hughes, Managing Director at Imperial Bricks, says: “More people are buying new, handmade bricks with an authentic reclamation look – in particular, the 2 ⅝” Reclamation Cheshire just isn’t available as a genuine reclaim anymore, so we created a solution. Added benefits are that they come fully tested, frost resistant to current standards, and both are available with reliable supply for ongoing projects.
Whether you’re in Cheshire, Surrey or inner-city London, Imperial Bricks has a product to suit your project, so that both new-builds or renovated properties can benefit from serious kerb appeal and added value to their home.”
Call 01952 750816 or visit www.imperialbricks.co.uk for further information.