Reclaimed Gault Bricks
This is a beautiful and fairly rare brick, pale yellow in colour they were often used to add detail around windows and doors in Victorian and Edwardian properties.
- Ideal for matching existing brickwork
- Great for adding detail
- Imperial in size
- Clean and palleted
- Available in any quantity
Reclaimed Gault bricks are a hard faced brick, imperial in size and pale lemon/yellow in colour.
Gaults are ideal for work to period properties, or for internal and external character work. They are often used around windows and doors in Victorian properties, to make the frontage of the house more aesthetically pleasing.
Reclaimed Gault bricks are original imperial bricks that date back to the 19th century and were used as a main form of building material that is still very much in view today.
When old buildings are demolished, Gault bricks are then recycled, cleaned and palleted and made available for reuse.
Reclaimed Gaults are excellent for extensions, where customers wish to match the existing property as they are consistent in colour and have very straight edges. You can also use Gault bricks to create a new building with the character of an older building. Gaults are also excellent for paving, giving that cottage feeling to a property.
There are a variety of different types of Gaults, it is therefore important to view the bricks in order to create the correct look for your property. All photographs on our site are of previous projects, they are there to provide a guide when selecting your bricks. As with all reclaimed bricks they will vary from batch to batch.
All reclaimed Gault bricks can be purchased in any quantity. Discounts can apply to high quantity orders.