Imperial Bricks has added two new bricks to its 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, whilst the 2⅝” Reclamation is best suited to restoration and renovation projects throughout the UK.
The Olde Reclamation Clamp is an attractive and characterful brick, with red/orange shades. Available in both imperial and metric sizes, the brick is designed 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 ‘facing’ brick with colours ranging from reds and oranges to plum, with an identical appearance to genuine reclaimed bricks. The 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.
Jason Hughes, Managing Director at Imperial Bricks, said: “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.”