1: Your brick slips are just brick effect tiles, right?
Nope… We are the UK’s Leading manufacturer of brick slips and the countries number one brand.
All of our brick slips are expertly cut from real authentic handmade bricks and reclaimed bricks.
Our buyers ensure that every brick that we source and buy is of exceptional quality and suitable for cutting.
Our processing facility is designed to ensure a great amount of care and attention is made when cutting these bricks. There are no concrete moulds or resin extrusions here only real brick slips.
These brick slips are the real deal! FACT
2: Are brick slips cut from reclaimed bricks ok for internal feature walls?
Absolutely! We make sure that every reclaimed brick that we source is of sound quality and capable of withstanding the harsh process of cutting.
As with any reclaimed product there will be size differences and aesthetical anomalies. These are all the qualities which make this particular brick type such a sought after product.
A modern manufactured can get close to a reclaimed but not quite meet the mark as life its self ages every brick in a different unique way.
All of our brick slips are suitable for either internal or external wall cladding.
3: There are other tools which I need for my installation which are not on your site can I still order these from you?
We try to offer our customers clarity by keeping the range of accessories we offer to a minimum. All the essentials which you would need to install your brick slips are offered on the website.
There are occasions where our customers require different or more specialised tools.
If you require something which is not listed under the accessories page then please give us a call as it may be something we can assist you with.
Alternatively you could try your local b&q or tradepoint.
4: Do you offer brick slips cut from engineering brick?
Yes we do! Our smooth red brick slips are a purpose cut brick slip which will match in with most 65mm red engineering bricks.
Colour and clay matching is always necessary when matching engineering bricks so we advise you order a sample prior to ordering just to be sure.
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