Our hand made bricks are considered to be amongst the finest available.
They are ideal for restoration work and we have served many prestigious
heritage sites throughout the country.
Our bricks are used in both traditional and modern buildings, and for conservation work by bodies such as the National Trust.
Our building conservation work includes:
Mapledurham "the maple tree enclosure" appears
in the Doomsday Book and provides a fine example of
our specialist work. The requirement, 13 chimney stacks
that needed restoring and re-instating with special
feature courses, flaunching and corblings. We also supplied glazed headers for diaper patterned walls, non-standard
facing bricks in different sizes and shapes and special
flared black/grey headers.
This private house needed replacement glazed
header bricks for its diaper patterned exterior wall,
a new walled garden, the re-instatement of brick
and timber barns. We have also supplied angle bricks
for bay windows and frogless mason cut bricks for
special feature work.
Our Chalfont Red facing bricks were used as rubbed
quoins during the restoration of Hampton Court's main
Our company has a long standing relationship with Chequers.
Over the years we have made bricks for the rebuilding
of it's magnificent chimney stacks, detailed feature
work and large copings for the restoration of the estate