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Brick Slips: providing the look and feel of traditional bricks.

Lightweight and easy to install extruded brick slips provide a cost-effective solution for multi-storey buildings, refurbishments, housing, feature walls and shop fit-outs.

Ströher’s brick slip range comprises of 60 colours and styles; including long and thin bar formats to give a building an unmistakable identity͟. With matching angle pieces, returns and windows, Ströher brick slips create the perfect façade when the use of real bricks is impractical.

German-made, Ströher brick slips are extruded from clay and fired at 1300°C, making for a lightweight, durable and dimensionally accurate design. This not only provides a cost-effective method of achieving a genuine brick facade, but also the ideal solution to extremely tight building schedules, with the application of brick slips being much faster when compared to traditional methods.

Ströher brick slips are available in Australia through Ceramic Solutions Pty Ltd.

For more information visit: https://www.ceramicsolutions.com.au/brick-facings

With a reflective metallic sheen, the ‘Metallic’ range offers an ultra-premium finish. They are ideal for almost any project. Popular in the multi-residential market and commercial market as well; from the grey Pewter to the mottled Blue Steel Flash these bricks make a modern, stylish statement.

Metallic bricks are available in the following colours: Blue Steel Flash, Nickel Flash and Pewter.

A semi-glazed premium range with strong base colours and sharp edges in a stunning range of colours. For the best look, PGH recommends ironed mortar joints for this collection.

Altitude bricks are available in the following colours: Apollo, Everest and Olympus.

Our Sandstock bricks honour an important part of our history, the traditional method of brick making. Only a handful of companies still make these ͚Convict Bricks͛. Incredibly wet clay is dropped into large sawdust-lined moulds to produce solid bricks with very individual rough and irregular textures and shapes, giving them their hand-made character and beautiful appearance. Fired in intermittent batch kilns, we can alternate the temperature to produce a variety of colours and tones, reminiscent of the very old down draught wood or coal fired kilns. PGH Sandstock bricks are timeless in their look and feel and deliver a statement of tradition and authenticity. They are suitable across a variety of building designs, ranging from contemporary prestige homes, to those requiring an authentic colonial period look.

Sandstock bricks are available in the following colours: Balmain, Balmoral, Blackett, Cadman, Castlemaine, Chatswood, Chisholm, Endeavour, Greenway, Homestead Blend, Jackson, Lawson Blend, Mitchell Blend, Monet, Newport Blend, Northbridge, Renoir and Van Gogh. Renoir and Van Gogh.

This range has a suite of products to choose from delivering a modern look. They can be colour matched with bricks from the Smooth range to achieve tone and textural variation.

These bricks come in the following colours: Brown, Choc Tan, Cream, Crevole, Mild Steel, Mineral, Pearl Grey, Red, Terracotta and Volcanic.

Dry Pressed bricks are for those that appreciate the craftsmanship of traditional bricks. It's the unique manufacturing technique of Dry Pressed bricks that makes these premium bricks so special. Under high compression, dry clay is pressed into individual moulds, which creates a solid brick with sharp, clean edges. Firing in boutique batch kilns enables us to make a wide variety of crisp colours, from deep dark blues to light creams. These bricks can be used to create modern showpieces in residential or commercial properties, or to match existing brickwork.

PGH also offer Dry Pressed Linear and 50mm Splits bricks. Dry Pressed Linear bricks combine the best of the PGH Dry Pressed collection with slender and elegant proportions to create distinct residential and commercial designs. Used as a feature or to amplify street appeal, these slimline 290mm bricks are Australian-made and fired in boutique batch kilns for crisp colours, sharp edges and a premium finish. Their modular format allows for standard installation methods and joint returns to minimise brick cuts and any increased costs. Dry Pressed bricks in 50mm splits deliver a very distinguished look, as well as numerous shapes, which are a popular choice for multiple projects, like archways, fireplaces, window frames and bond patterns.

Dry Pressed bricks come in the following colours:, Blackbeauty, Flicker, Hawkesbury Bronze, Livingston Gold, Macarthur Mix, McGarvie Red, Megalong Valley Grey, Mowbray Blue, Red Rum and Silver Shadow. Dry Pressed Linear bricks come in the following colours: Balmerino, Hawkesbury Bronze, Livingston Gold, Macarthur Mix, McGarvie Red, Megalong Valley Grey and Mowbray Blue. Dry Pressed 50mm Splits bricks come in Mowbray Blue.

With clean lines, a smooth finish and unique contemporary colours, these bricks (formerly Escura Smooth) deliver a modern, premium finish. They can be colour matched with bricks from the Velour range to achieve tone and textural variation.

Smooth bricks come in the following colours: Black and Tan, Cashmere, Choc Tan, Copper Glow, Cream, Harvest Cream, June, Volcanic, Mineral, Pearl Grey, Red and Rustic Harvest Cream.

With over 1000 timber products in the Havwoods portfolio our passion for wood is indisputable, but occasionally we find a non-wood product which impresses us enough to include it. TrikBrik is one such product. You can recreate the Servian Wall overnight, emulate the Arc de Triomf in under a week, or simply turn pillars of plaster into pillars of stone in a day; if you’ve a mind to do something special, this is the product which will enable you to bring it to life.

Contemporary design is all about textures, so brick and stone now feature strongly in interiors. The downside is that they are heavy, messy to fit and require a skilled labour force; brick slips make use of any existing structure, but are equally as messy and are still best left to a bricklayer. TrikBrik is completely different: designed as a metre square interlocking cladding panel system, it comes complete with mastic and paints (sometimes several to achieve the effect) to hide the joins, and it enables you to achieve authentic-looking brick and stone walls and other features, quickly and cleanly using unskilled labour.

The patented manufacturing system is the result of no less than 30-years research. High density polyurethane, polyester resin and crushed marble stone produce an exceptionally light yet durable, highly realistic panel, with excellent thermal, acoustic and flame retardant properties. TrikBrik is water repellant and non-permeable, so will not be affected by humidity; nor will it fade in the sun. The panels are easily cut to size, requiring no special tools, and can be treated with anti-graffiti formula if required. Furthermore, they can be repainted with a polyester resin paint; so when your Arc de Triomf starts to pall in red, you can always paint it purple. ​

See Havwood’s entire TrikBrik range here.

Ideal for both adhered and inlaid concrete solutions, thin brick facing tiles or brick slips are an innovative facade solution for residential and commercial projects.

Available in a range of colours, textures, and finishes, brick slips are suitable for both indoor and outdoor application, providing the feel and aesthetic of brick with only a fraction of the weight. Brick facings can be laid in a variety of patterns, and are joined using specialty techniques to ensure a seamless edge finish. 

Since their establishment in Western Australia ten years ago, the Brikmakers name has become synonymous with the delivery of versatile, contemporary brick products that are both functional and innovative.

Combining the latest in production technology with a committed service and development team, Brikmakers manufactures and supplies a broad catalogue of bricks, pavers, and stone blocks for commercial and residential use. Brikmakers is committed to providing Australian markets with cost efficient, safe, and durable masonry products, and works closely with customers to ensure that the demands of every design brief are met.

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