Flooring Question

Where to source reclaimed (or new) brick tile kitchen floor?

Please Take a look at this picture

http://www.historicalbricks.com/floors-patios/chicago/1.jpg

I would like to re-create this look for my new kitchen but I am having difficultly finding an adaquate company to supply.

Could a tradesman please give me some advise on this type of flooring, where to source.

Also, would it be possible to just by a load of bricks and cut them in half to do the same job? Hence nulifying the need for a specialist brick tile supplier and probably reducing cost.

Many Thanks

Darren

EDIT: Picture link now working

1 Answer

Best Answer

Hi if you looking for recliamed bricks i would try a salvage yard , should be able to find a local one to you using yell or google. Or you can check out this link
http://www.reclaimedbricksandtiles.com/reclaimed-bricks.php they sell recliamed bricks in different colours and wear and tear.

If you want new bricks try a local builder merchants like selco, jewsons again you will be able to find a local one using yell or google.

I would class the job as something a bricky or a company that does drive ways would do it not something a floor layer would be able to do.

hope that helps

regards jason @jrfloors

Answered 1st May 2012

Jason Nicholls Flooring

Member since 26 Apr 2010

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