Once clay bricks are laid, they basically take care of themselves! They look as good the day they get put down until many, many years into the future! Other building products like render or paint will need to be replaced over the years multiple times but clay bricks never fade and always look timelessly outstanding.
A Building Material Provided by Nature
Clay bricks are among the oldest building materials in the world. The first sun-baked brick was made about 4000 BC. Clay Bricks are Beautiful, natural, durable and of stable value.
Selecting the right building materials is a decision for life. A modern building must comply with numerous ecological and economic demands.
Our products contain the experience and know-how of over 100 years.
Natural and Eco Friendly
Clay bricks and pavers are particularly sustainable and natural building materials because they consist of the natural raw materials clay and water. Bricks and Pavers are absolutely free of pollutants and allergens and thus especially compatible with humans and nature and have an incredibly long shelf life of well over 120 years and are also often recycled from demolished projects, thus adding even more to their sustainability and eco-friendly properties.
Peace and quiet
Clay bricks are a dense, heavy and robust product. This means they have great noise reduction qualities as well as providing great insulation. If you like a quiet, peaceful home then using clay brick is a great way to guarantee a good nights sleep and minimise any disturbance from those dreaded ‘noisy neighbours’! For extra noise reduction and structural integrity of the home, clay bricks are often used for internal walls which mitigates the transfer of noise within the home and insulates even further.
Clay Bricks and Pavers can be used for a variety of applications. They can be used for walls, façades as well as Paving, terraces Driveways and open spaces. Clay Bricks and Pavers can be used almost anywhere and for all architectural styles.
Built to Last
Clay bricks are strong, safe and permanent. They aren’t affected by time, or weather, nor do they lose their shape or colour over time. Just take a look at some of the railway bridges and buildings in places like the UK which have stood perfectly for 100’s of years in very adverse weather conditions. Clay Bricks are also fire resistant and difficult to break through for any would-be intruders.