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Wienerberger off-white bricks

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[PRODUCTS] Smooth Cream added to off-white brick line

Wienerberger has launched a new off-white brick to complement its architectural range. The Denton Smooth Cream is the latest addition to its Terca portfolio of bricks that offers a subtle spectrum of white and off-white colours. Architects and specifiers seeking light-coloured bricks can choose from a dozen individual tones with a range of sizes, textures and finishes, including a smooth, creased, or handcrafted appearance.

Wienerberger has 11 manufacturing and distribution sites across the UK, so availability of preferred bricks is unlikely to be a concern. These bricks respond to demand for smooth, monotone brickwork in commercial buildings, as an alternative to traditional stone. They have a consistent, strong cream colour, without blemishes, and look clean and precise. They are also suitable for intricate brick facade detailing and use 100 per cent recycled material. Cream and white bricks are popular in areas where stone is prevalent, such as Yorkshire and the Cotswolds.

Wienerberger also manufactures a range of other light shades: Olde Ivory White has a handcrafted appearance; the soft-mud Super White has a creased texture; and Platinum White has an engineered edge, which creates a sharp, uniform effect and can be manufactured in three different sizes.

www.wienerberger.co.uk

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