Brick Cutting Services

Need special cut bricks for your project?

Here at Robin King, we know that bespoke architectural features, such as structural arches and decorative lintels, can look stunning. But we also know that creating them can be tricky and cause a build schedule to slow. Brick cutting is a growing market, with all the new styles and options of design. We work with many companies across the UK, designing and creating different styles of brick cutting; either standard or bespoke for your project.

Whether it’s for a small domestic brick cutting project or for a large commercial architectural building; whatever the structure, we can work with you to create something stylish and extraordinary.

Cutting the correct brick shape on site can be difficult and time-consuming and the finish might not be ideal. An awkward angle incorrectly cut can be costly, causing construction issues and wastage. It’s important to get it right first time, every time. That’s why we offer a professional brick cutting service.

Let us do the hard work for you. Our precision cutting machines and skilled expert team ensure that your bricks are cut accurately. We will provide the highest quality end result for your project. Any shape and angle can be accommodated, for even the most complex designs. Whether you have a need for brick cutting and bonding on a conservatory, bay window or unusual shaped extension, then our brick cutting service can be utilised.

Suitable for commercial as well as house exteriors, we can glue or cut the bricks into slips, or they can be cut to form doglegs, squints and more.

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Our friendly and experienced workforce provide a fast turnaround to prevent any delays on site. We offer free advice, scheduling and quotations so you can be sure of a low hassle and cost-effective service.

To find out more about our brick cutting range, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Please either call us on 0800 112 0088email our team or fill in our contact form and someone will be in touch.

Our Brick Cutting service

The following are just some of the brick cutting and bonding services we can offer:

Plinth Bricks

Plinth bricks, also known as chamfered bricks within the industry, are a splayed brick that create changes within the depth of brick work elevations. They are generally used for window cills, corbelling details, capping and kerbs. They create a double or single course splay, often at the bottom of a building.

Bullnose Bricks

Bullnose bricks are a style of brick that uses vertical and horizontal soft curved edges as a feature for doors, windows and walls. As well as being cut and shaped, bullnose bricks can be moulded and tinted/weathered to meet a particular specification.

Angled Bricks

Angled bricks are created using a cut and bond process and serve a functional purpose allowing bricks to turn brickwork through angles on the plan other than at the standard 90 degrees. Commonly seen in plans as 30 degree brick angles, 45 degree brick angles and 60 degree brick angles. Cant bricks are used to create chamfered features on doors, corner and window openings to provide clean and crisp lines.

Pistol Bricks

Pistol bricks are named after their pistol like shape. They can either be laid as stretchers horizontally; or vertically to create a soldier course. The depth of the rebate depends on how the brick is laid and also the supporting construction.

Squint Bricks

Like angled bricks, Squint bricks allow brickwork to turn through 30, 45 and 60 degree angles. The leg dimension can be varied to create different bond patterns.

Corbel Bricks

Corbel bricks are created to produce a shelf or ledge. Allowing successive projecting courses of brick masonry out from the face of the wall. They are often used as a decorative feature on walling and chimneys.

Brick specials is a term used to describe any brick which is created to serve a particular architectural purpose. This includes but is not limited to, cut and bonded bricks, plinths, bullnose, corbel, cant bricks, angles, pistols and squint bricks.

 

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