If you are looking for an extremely quick and hassle way to clad a new home, upgrade existing cladding, create a feature wall or just add something different to your home or business then brick slips could be what you are looking for.
There are two different ways to manufacture brick slips. The first method creates what is often referred to as 'performed' brick slips. This method is a simple modification of the production of the conventional brick. Extruded clay is run down the production line in order to create the brick slip. This is then wire-cut into slimline profiles and then kiln-fired in the usual way.
The second method is known as the 'traditional' option and this is the method that we use here at Real Brick Ltd. It involves cutting the face off of standard brick slips. This creates a brick slip that are often known as 'real brick' slips. This is the main reason that we use this method. We are able to supply genuine, bespoke and beautifully made products to our customers. We want our customers to be able to create and build something the they can be proud of. A brick slip that adds something special to their home or business.
All of our brick slips are bespoke and handmade so you can rest assured that when you buy your brick slips from us, you are buying a genuine beautiful product. We have a wide range of different types of brick slips, with different textures and different colours. This allows our clients to create the perfect effect that they are looking for. We stock matching brick corners so your project can be completed to a high standard. All of our brick slips can be purchased in boxes containing 30 brick slips in each box and one box will cover half a square metre pf wall. Each separate brick slip measures 215 x 65 x 20mm. We can provide other sizes of brick slip if they are required.
So if you are looking for a company that are experts in brick slips, a company that always puts their customers first then you have come to the right place. If you have any questions regarding your project including which type of brick slip would be the best one to choose in order to create the effect you want, then please contact us direct. We're more than happy to help!