Brick cladding often referred to as brickslips is a material used to cover the exterior of a building. in its most basic form, it is a full size brick that has been cut down to give you a brick slip of 14-20mm for which you would then use to clad either the internal or external elements of your home.
Brick cladding is often also used on commercial buildings such as high rise offices and restaurants because it gives them an attractive appearance that makes them stand out from their competitors whilst offering over benefits of using traditional brick (mainly the space saving) Brick cladding comes in many different shapes, sizes, colors and textures so you can find one that fits your style perfectly!
Brick cladding is a cost-effective way to improve the appearance of your home. It’s also a low-maintenance option, which means you won’t have to spend time and money on regular repairs or replacements. This makes it an attractive option for those who want their homes to look nice without having to worry about spending money on maintenance in the future.
Brickslips can increase the value of your property by making it look more attractive, especially if you choose a style that matches with other buildings nearby (for example: Victorian terraces). In addition, brick cladding provides insulation against heat loss during winter months while keeping rooms cool in summertime temperatures by absorbing heat from inside walls before releasing it back into room air currents through convection currents created by natural ventilation systems within structures surrounding houses built with this type of material used throughout their construction process.”
We boast a range of over 30 different brickslips all of which can be used to clad internal and external walls including but not limited to, fireplace, log burners, bathrooms and kitchen splash backs. As a little extra, Slips From Stock offer all of our customer a chance to get two free sample boards to ensure you love the brick cladding choice.
Brick cladding is available in many styles and colors. The most popular style is traditional brickslips, which have a heavy textured finish and mixed color scheme. Brick cladding can also be used to create contemporary or rustic designs, as well as industrial and textured looks. Patterned brick cladding is another option that adds interest to your home’s exterior air interior while still maintaining an overall traditional look of brickslips.