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Latest Installer Project: ML Brickwork Southern, Borough High Street

ML Brickwork Southern have recently completed a refurbishment project in South East London. This 5-storey, mid-terraced commercial building is situated at 218-220 on the busy Borough High Street. The ground floor retail unit was retained and the upper floors converted into residential spaces to include three 1-bedroom apartments and a 2-bedroom apartment. Continue reading Latest Installer Project: ML Brickwork Southern, Borough High Street

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Over 25 years of McDonald’s projects

Over the past couple of years, McDonald’s restaurants have been carrying out an extensive programme of new build developments along with modifications Continue reading Over 25 years of McDonald’s projects

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Achieve different brick bonds and patterns with Eurobrick cladding systems

We are sometimes asked whether our cladding systems are suitable for different brick bonds and patterns. Generally, most brick bonds and simple patterns are easy to replicate using our cladding systems.

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Upward extensions with Eurobrick

Norwood Road

Adding floors to buildings can be a complicated process, particularly as far as the foundations are concerned, but our lightweight cladding systems can help to simplify the process. 

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Four new brick slips added to our colour ranges

Following strong sales of brick slips throughout the year, we are pleased to announce that we are expanding our colour ranges further. We constantly monitor customers’ demands to ensure we offer

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Latest Installer Project: Parkfields School, Bedfordshire

Approved Installer NuBrick Developments are in demand and have recently completed an installation of P-Clad on behalf of Eco Off-Site Production Ltd on new classroom facilities for Parkfields School.

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How to achieve a brick finish on a “flying” gable in timber frame projects

Installing traditional brickwork above an intersecting roof line to cover a “flying” gable can be problematic as supporting the weight can call for the addition of complex engineering detail.

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