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Testamonials

"TBatemans Barn Weddingshanks for your help with sourcing the Staffs blue bricks in Suffolk, so much better than all the imposters!" Nicole Sanderson, South Elmham Hall and Batemans Barn, www.batemansbarnweddings.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 New Bailley in Salford a woven brick facade in Ketley Staffordshire red brick

 

 “Ketley Bricks were selected for the rich colour, finish, durability, and versatility of their products, and demonstrated a highly energetic proactive approach towards achieving good quality throughout the entire procurement process.” Harvey Thorp, Managing Director at Thorp Precast.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ketley Brown Brindle Bridport House

 

 

"Ketley Bricks have a natural beauty and a surface quality which makes their colour appear to change in different weather conditions.  They take on a more reflective appearance in dry weather and appear darker in wet conditions" Stefan Mannewitz, Project Architect at Karakusevic Carson Architects.

Class A red facing bricks at the Victoria Gate Arcade in Leeds
 

 

"It has taken us a while to find a brick that looks good and can deal with exposure on all surfaces. We know of several complex brick facades that had insurance claims and needed major work, as water ingress led to spalling and detachment. Ketley Bricks made a custom extrusion with high crushing strength and very low water absorption for frost resistance. The Engineering Brick range is strong enough to be used as a paver and can be varied in colour."  Friedrich Ludewig director of award winning Acme architects 

Brown brindle quarry tiles laid over underfloor heating in refurbishment project

 

 

"Daykin Marshall Studio specified Ketley Quarry Tiles in the restoration of Old Four Row for their history, robustness and warm colour tone.  The cottage was originally designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and they feel like something the famous Arts & Crafts architect might have chosen. It's nice to make something with materials that should still be there in another 150 years! "   Mark Marshall, Daykin Marshall Studio