What are brick slips?
Hello everyone! My name is Andy and I write a lot of the content you will see on this wonderful website.
Whilst taking a well-earned day off I find myself constantly looking for things to write.
As with most of my days off, they start with a coffee! Large flat white please??????
So, here we go!
I am sat here in my local coffee shop Jimmy Piggs, laptop open and looking at the customers walking in and out. One question I keep hearing customers ask the barrister is “What is a flat white?”.
Being a coffee addict I obviously know the answer to that question, but this leads me to think that sometimes people just don’t know!
Restless at the thought of this and passionate about the products we manufacture I set myself a task.
I will give a brief answer to what seems the most simple of questions, but to those that do not know isn’t.
What are brick slips?
What are brick slips? In simple terms, brick slips are a quick and cost-effective material for finishing the exterior or interior of your home, office or project.
Our brick slips are cut from real bricks and are meant to replicate the appearance of conventional bricks.
How do we make our brick slips?
Our wonderfully skilled operators and production team expertly cut all of our brick slips. Cutting is done by specialist bespoke machinery.
Once the face is cut from the brick they are crated and boxed ready to ship all over the world.
What size are our brick slips?
Our range of brick slips are designed to replicate the appearance of real brick work. Most of our brick slip range is made up of conventional metric brick slip sizes (215mm wide and 65mm High). This size is extremely common and works with most build projects.
How do our brick slips work?
All of our brick slips are delivered as single units to be installed like conventional tiles. A special rapid set adhesive is applied and the brick slips are set in place using a gun injection pointing mortar.
Simple when you know, just like the flat white, when explained it just fits. We hope this short but sweet article has been of help to the person asking that question. One thing I always remember my school teacher telling me…. “there`s is no such thing as a stupid question”.
I will sign off by saying that I hope I have managed to enlighten and inform with this post.
Flat white please!!!