reclaimed bricks

A long standing relationship with a local builder has seen General Reclaimed Bricks supply a residential development in London's SW10 with over 16,000 reclaimed bricks. The renovation in Chelsea saw large rear extensions on two town houses to make way for further living space.

Toby Hunt, contract manager on the development site , commented, " General Reclaimed bricks made it easy for us by ensuring; deliveries were on time and all bricks supplied were of a high quality.

General Reclaimed Bricks take pride in supplying satisfied customers with reclaimed bricks throughout Surrey, London and the South East.

Wimbledon reclaimed bricksA newly developed relationship with an architect’s practice in South West London has seen General Reclaimed Bricks supply a mixed development project in Wimbledon village with over 11,000 reclaimed bricks. The development in London’s SW19 saw the original site leveled, and then rebuilt using reclaimed bricks from the original building, as well as 11,000 London yellow stocks and Red Rubber bricks. Using reclaimed stocks has ensured the new development has matched in well to the surrounding area’s buildings.

"We were under strict instructions by our client to ensure the bricks we used were of the same age and character as the surrounding buildings in the area. General Reclaimed Bricks allowed us to do this effectively by providing a selection and then supplying reclaims of a high standard” Andrew Young, Contracts Manager on site.

General Reclaimed Bricks take pride in supplying satisfied customers with reclaimed bricks throughout Surrey, London and the South East.
General Demolition has launched a new business unit specialising in the reclamation and re-use of bricks. Based at Walton on Thames in Surrey, General Reclaimed Bricks offers a wide range of yellow and mixed stock bricks to developers, house builders and the building trade.

“We have a large stock of bricks and offer a high quality service combined with prompt delivery,” explains George Stainton, general manager of General Reclaimed Bricks. “All our bricks are cleaned and palletted and are ideal for building work that involves matching bricks to original stock.” Many bricks have special characteristics and colour variations that typify old brickwork, a combination that gives reclaimed bricks a unique charm and character. London bricks are one of the most sought after types of brick for decorative, conservational and structural use. With its distinctive colour and soft appearance, London stock brick is the most common of building bricks used in London. The colour comes from the yellow clay the bricks are made from which is found in Kent. “Most of our bricks are typically more than 60 years old and are reclaimed from demolition sites throughout London and the Home Counties,” added George. “Brick reclamation and re-use makes a significant contribution to efficient resource recovery as well as helping to maintain our heritage.”

General Reclaimed Bricks concentrate on providing, the highest quality, most sought after reclaimed styles. With a minimum of 30,000 reclaimed bricks on site at any one time we can definately meet your requirements...

So if your looking for Yellow Stock Reclaimed Bricks, Multi Stock Reclaimed Bricks, Gaunts, Staffordshire Blues, in low or high quantities give us a call on 07005921164 or email us a


General Reclaimed Bricks is an integral part of the recycling and reclaimation process at General Demolition.

As one of the construction industry's leading reclaimed brick recycling companies, General Reclaimed Bricks serve London, the Home Counties and the South of England.

General Reclaimed Bricks is a leading supplier of used and second hand bricks. Based in Walton on Thames, Surrey, and part of the General Demolition group of companies, they form an integral part of the reclaimation and recycling process.





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