Slate bricks give you amazing opportunities to bring dull surfaces and facades to life. Choose from a wide variety of designs, sizes and textures, which can fit everything from rustic mountain cabins to contemporary homes.
Get creative with slate bricks for a unique fireplace or exciting contrasting walls. Let it encircle a flower bed or create a beautiful support wall for gardens with a slope. With slate bricks, only the imagination is the limit.
Low carbon footprint
Salt- & acid-proof
Yes, absolutely! There are few materials that create such a beautiful brickwork as slate, with its shaded colours and textures. Our slate brick has parallel, straight layers that make it very suitable for drywalling. We have six different types of bricks in our standard range – from the most rustic look to more modern designs.
A drywall is constructed by stacking the bricks on top of each other dry, i.e. without placing grout between the stones. The wall is anchored and supported by continuously putting casting compound behind the stones while stacking. In the case of high altitudes, additional anchorage to the underlying structure must be considered. See how to make a drywall using slate here. See film and installation instructions for how to make a drywall using slate here
Natural brick is a type of stone brick that has 100% natural edges as a result of cracks occurring in the rock millions of years ago. Often these edges are almost smooth and have great colour variations in soft shades of red, green, black and white.
Yes, this is the classic of all classics when it comes to slate brickwork. Natural brick (also called drywall) is available in different sizes and is very suitable for both drywalling and general masonry with mortar joints.