A unique cost effective alternative to both brick/stone effect render and slips, has recently been used on the first ‘stone’ property on a £2.4m contract in Durham. The accompanying illustrations emphasise what an eye-catching difference Artbrick has made. The building on the left (below) has just been completed, while the building on the right is […]
Northumberland County Council have won the ‘Large Scale Project of the Year’ category in the North East Energy Efficiency Awards – and that is great news for us at Artbrick, who provided the acclaimed finish. We thank the Council for specifying ArtBrick to go on their properties on the Allerthorpe estate in Cramlington, Northumberland and […]
We are excited to announce that our new stone finish will be used on over 200 houses in Durham. Recently BBA (British Board of Agrement) certified, ArtBrick is cost effective, efficient, robust and looks stunning. It can be made to order or made to match any existing brick or stone and doesn’t compromise in appearance, unlike […]
ArtBrick continues to gain more recognition, this time in Howden, East Riding of Yorkshire. WB Design Renders were appointed by a private home-owner to apply an ArtBrick finish to a solid wall Bungalow. The home-owner had an Old Hambleton brickwork style on his front wall which has a blend of softer browns, buffs, greys […]
WB Design Renders were appointed by a private homeowner to deliver an ArtBrick finish to a 1920s solid wall property that was rendered soon after construction to prevent damp passing through the walls, Due to the property having solid walls (one brick thick), the client wanted insulation but also wanted the house to look […]
Take a look at our latest achievement; a style selected by our client and tweaked to their exact requirement to give the appearance of real brick – with colour and texture never before seen in replica stock. Our customer base is currently thriving – watch this space for more examples of what can be achieved […]
The above is another shining example of ArtBrick. In this case the full property is encased with ArtBrick – the actual construction is blockwork. Can you tell?