Reclaimed bricks are bricks that have been salvaged from old buildings or structures and then cleaned and prepared for reuse.
Recycled and upcycled products from demolition. Once sent to landfill, but now for decades this valuable resource has been used to bring character to new-build schemes and authenticity to refurbishment and restoration schemes.
These bricks are typically several decades or even centuries old, and often have a unique character, texture, and patina that can add charm and character to a building or project. Reclaimed bricks may come from a variety of sources, such as old factories, warehouses, or even historic homes and buildings that have been demolished or renovated. Using reclaimed bricks in construction or renovation projects is a sustainable option as it reduces the demand for new materials and can help preserve historical and architectural heritage.