Plinth Bricks

reclaimed blue plinth headers used as a window sill

Reclaimed blue plinth bricks like plinth headers and plinth stretchers make attractive window sills

Plinth bricks — plinth stretchers and plinth headers — are used in single or double courses to change the depth of the brickwork. This can be at the base of buildings or walls for added stability or at any height for aesthetic effect.

Plinth stretchers are also typically used for window sills, in brick pillars and as wall copings.

Plinth headers are normally used in conjunction with plinth stretchers, or as windowsills similarly to cant or sill bricks.

Our extensive range of Brick Specials includes new (class A and concessions) and reclaimed bricks. Concessions are fully compliant with building regulations but have been purchased as seconds due to minor aesthetic imperfections, allowing us to offer them to customers at large discounts. They are ideal either where products won’t be seen or a variable, non-standard appearance is desirable.

We also have various new, handmade brick specials. These are new, handmade bricks traditionally made in moulds that replicate the appearance of reclaimed bricks but are reliably available in larger quantities. They are frost-proof and made with authentic colouration and a distressed face for a convincing reclaimed look.

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