Staffordshire Blue Bricks.
Reclaimed Solid 3″ bricks.
Dimensions: 230 x 110 x 76mm.
THE BENEFITS OF USING RECLAIMED STAFFORDSHIRE BLUE BRICKS FOR YOUR PROJECT
When embarking on a construction project, one of the foremost basic decisions to be made is what building materials to use. With the current increased awareness of sustainability, many individuals are turning to reclaimed materials in their projects. Such materials are ones that have been used previously in a different building project but are suitable for re-purposing. There is a lot of choice available when it comes to reclaimed materials and in this article, we will be looking at some of the benefits of using reclaimed bricks.
Especially in larger scale building, costs can be a major concern for the feasibility of a project. It is, therefore, advantageous to find good deals and cheaper materials – without sacrificing quality – wherever possible. Using reclaimed bricks is an excellent choice for lowering expenditure on your project. These bricks do not have any of the associated production costs attached to them that new materials do, allowing the prices to stay low.
One of the largest advantages of using reclaimed bricks is that they are an environmentally friendly option. The construction industry in the UK is a huge contributor to national waste and carbon emissions. Such emissions can come from extracting, producing, manufacturing and transporting building materials. However, by using reclaimed bricks you can cut out a lot of this negative environmental impact as you are using pre-made materials.
Using reclaimed materials for your project can be a fantastic way to add character and individuality. These materials can help create a unique finish, allowing you to make a truly original building. Whether used for an internal feature wall, extension or paving, the variety of textures and tones available with reclaimed bricks are sure to create an attractive and eye catching finish for those with an appreciation of history.