So this month has been busy! We’ve looked at some new additions to our range and we’re happy to announce two new products and additional styles are now back in stock.
We’ve listened to our customers, worked along side them to find a good fit for these two new ranges and we’re really pleased with how they’ve been developed.
Nero is a brown stock brick slips, that has been developed in consideration for us with market leading coffee shops. This we feel is a great addition to our range as we’ve now a rustic yet warm looking brown chocolate rich colour brick slip.
Saxon is here!
Saxon, a new yet authentic looking roman saxony style red brick slip, brought in with rich tones and yellow and red however a blend of brown exists throughout the brick slips. This adds an antique look to the brick and can be used in a multiude of applications both in home and commercally. We love this brick slip, so we hope you do too!
Last but by no means least…
We’ve now got our Smooth Red brick slips range back to it’s full potential, now offering out the Smooth Red Corners and Smooth Red Headers. They’re already available to buy from the shop so if you’ve not already done so be sure to check them out here.
Still not sure on the amount of brick slips needed?
Not sure on the amount of brick slips needed? Well fear not! We’ve now added a cool new Brick Slip Area Calculator to our product pages, making it very simple to work out the guide amount of brick slips that you need for the area you wish to cover!
Also remember… Tools, tools, tools!
As always we’re trying to make things easy for our customers, and in true brick slips fashion we have a great offer on our installation kit for those who’ve not yet seen. It consists of an 8 piece tool set, so you need not worry about missing something with your order! So if you’re not sure what you need do to the job this kit has all the bits required and with a saving of £15 when bought as a kit you’d be daft not to check it out!
These are the new brick slip products and tools that we thought were new and interesting. Which one(s) are of the most interest to you? Drop us a comment below.