Brickwork is masonry produced by a bricklayer, using bricks and mortar. Normally the bricks are put in rows of bricks then they are laid on top of one another to build up a structure such as a brick wall. However Brick Work has much more than just laying bricks to structure a normal wall, we competetively deliver on all types of jobs from small domestic work to larger commercial projects, all carried out to the highest standards, and at very competitive prices. From house extensions and garage conversions to new build houses and commercial projects, you can rest assured your project is in safe hands.

Here is a list of popular types of brick bonding that you should know:
  • Stretcher bond - This is the simplest repeating pattern. But the limitation of stretcher bond is that it cannot make effective bonding with adjacent bricks in full width thick brick walls.
  • Header bond - Also known as heading bond. In header bonds, all bricks in each course are placed as headers on the faces of the walls.
  • English bond - In brick masonry has one course of stretcher only and a course of header above it, i.e. it has two alternating courses of stretchers and headers.
  • Flemish bond - The thickness of Flemish bond is minimum one full brick. The disadvantage of using Flemish bond is that construction of Flemish bond is difficult and requires greater skill to lay it properly as all vertical mortar joints need to be aligned vertically for best effects.

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  • Provide all materials, labor, equipment and services.
  • Subcontract with various trade and specialty contractors whenever necessary.
  • Apply for or assisting in the application process for building permits.
  • Monitor schedule and cash flow.
  • Maintain accurate records.
  • Ensure a safe and secure project site.

  • On every project we consider how to achieve more with less. Techniques such as screening surface soils and recycling aggregate material can reduce the need for transport to and from the site – which not only reduce emissions and resource costs but limit disruption to local residents