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Established in 2010, Imperial Bricks sells between 13-14 million bricks a year. It offers the widest range of traditional handmade and reclamation bricks available from one single supplier in the UK. With 35 styles of handmade, wirecut and pressed bricks available in imperial and metric sizes, Imperial Bricks can match the sizes, colours and textures for bricks in specific regional areas of the UK. Specification from architects, local authorities and developers has grown strongly, and self-build projects too.

Imperial Bricks offers a bespoke ‘weathering’ service to ensure restoration work blends in seamlessly, and its products are ideal for listed buildings and conservation areas. They also add instant kerb appeal, character and charm to new build developments.

Imperial Bricks has a strong focus on environmental impact and sustainability, ensuring careful use of natural resources from licensed clay fields, and recycling damaged or unsuitable bricks. Traditional techniques – some of which date back to the 15th century – are used to make the bricks, which are all CE marked, meet the highest standards and undergo extensive testing including freeze thaw, water absorption and compressive strength.

Imperial Bricks
Grindle House Farm
Grindle Road
Grindle
Near Shifnal
Shropshire
TF11 9JR

0800 610 22 44

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Imperial Bricks' aim is simply to produce the finest quality natural building materials using the traditional processes of yesteryear, today’s modern mass produced items cannot reproduce the quality and aesthetics.

Their range of products include Imperial Bricks – a high quality range of genuinely hand made bricks, natural stone paving in traditional sizes in a range of colours, wide board solid and engineered oak flooring, first quality natural roofing slate, new and reclaimed railway sleepers and a range of high quality reclaimed building materials salvaged from historical buildings.