• Reclaimed Wire Cut Bricks
  • Reclaimed Wire Cut Bricks

Wire Cut Bricks

This is a hard faced engineering brick typically of the late Victorian period.  Their harder texture mean they are great for garden projects as well as being suitable for all other building work.

  • Imperial in size, occasionally we do stock oversized so please ask
  • Orange to red in colour
  • Typical in Victorian and Edwardian properties
  • Clean and palleted
  • Available in any quantity

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    Wire Cut bricks are a hard faced engineering brick, imperial in size and orange/red in colour.

    Wire Cuts are ideal for work to period properties, a late 19th century brick more typically used in Victorian and Edwardian buildings, they can also be used for internal and external character work.

    Reclaimed Wire Cut bricks are often used for extensions, where customers wish to match the existing property. You can also use Wire cuts to create a new building with the character of an older building.

    Wire Cuts are also often used for conservatory bases, internal walls and fireplaces, filling in gaps where windows have been removed, paving in gardens and external garden walls.

    There are a variety of different types of Wire Cuts. Some are used for extensions on properties, whereas some are used to create a cottage feel away from the main building. It is therefore important to view the bricks and 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 Wire Cuts can be purchased in any quantity. Discounts can apply to high quantity orders.  Contact us today to discuss the available options or to obtain a quote.


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