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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

2 Answers

Try these
http://www.brickslips.net/?gclid=COKz5df1lrACFcohfAodtFsm1A
http://www.matclad.co.uk/brick-slips.aspx?gclid=CM-wtPz1lrACFUUhtAodvjzL4w
http://www.brickslips.co.uk/brick_slip_installation.html
http://www.slimbrick.co.uk/

Answered 23rd May 2012

SBS Ltd

Member since 23 May 2012

Good morning Darren
Firstly, the pattern the flooring bricks have been laid in is 45% herring bone and yes you can obtain reclaimed flooring bricks from a local reclaimed supplier in Wisbech: Taylors ltd. After the floor is laid it will need to be sealed as reclaimed bricks may give of dust and loose particles. Also the colour will be enhanced,

kind regards

Answered 15th Jun 2012

CM READ groundworks and plant hire

Member since 6 Jan 2009

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