We hope you’re staying safe and as well as possible during this time.
We would like to update you on the latest information regarding our levels of stock and ability to supply.
Although we are running on a reduced workforce, we have a good inventory level and all products listed in our shop are available.
Orders are being picked up daily by Royal Mail, DHL and UPS. We are working closely with them to ensure that there is compliance with government advice and no service interruption.
If, or when there are any changes we will publish updates on this blog page. If there are any changes after an order has been placed, we will contact you directly.
The new rule at most courier services is: The driver only gets 1 delivery attempt. If someone is not present, the order will be returned to the courier depot. It is very busy there, so the packages may return directly to our warehouse. We have no control over this.
When ordering, please consider the following:
– Delivery to a home or business address. If business address, please ensure the business has not been subjected to government closure etc.
– Is someone present all day?
– Be aware of appropriate distance / safety precautions for the driver!
Call the local DHL/UPS yourself for more information. Every day we ensure that the goods are shipped on time from our warehouse and we send you a track and trace number to track the package. From that moment on it is your own responsibility to be able to accept the order and to keep an eye on the delivery date.
Please take care of each other, also of yourself.
The Dyebrick Team
Dyebrick Soot Wash project in Whitechapel
Nearly two decades have passed since Dyebrick was used on this building. For more information Click Here
Broadstairs is the perfect place to work and eat!
This red brick was transformed into yellow stock using our Dyebrick ‘Mock-Stock’.
Please contact us for details regarding this special product.
Soot Wash was used to great effect on this kitchen project!
Karen began the exciting project of adding a new extension to her property, but she soon came up with a major problem. Her house is constructed of Rookley bricks which were once produced locally on the island but sadly are no longer in production. She painstakingly searched for a match, beginning with as many builders’ merchants and reclamation yards she could find but to no avail. The closest match, in texture, was the London Chiltern brick. Whilst this was virtually identical in texture, the colour was way out. It was predominantly pink instead of a rusty and warm orange.
This is when she contacted Dyebrick. She had looked through hundreds of images on our website and, although there were no similar matches to hers, she rang to see if there was any way we could help. We offered to visit her property as this was not a straightforward tinting match.
Karen was delighted when a special mix was prepared and once applied the predominant pink tones were soon replaced with sympathetic rusty colours to blend seamlessly with the original house.
We would like to thank Karen and her Mother, Barbara for looking after us so well and keeping us well fed and watered!
“Sam the Cat” helping her owner carry out some brick tinting!
Images sent in by Diane & Steve, Newport, Gwent.
Brick Ageing with Brick Age
The Complete Brick Tinting Manual has been fully revised and is now available when purchasing our new commercial starter pack: The ‘Brick Stain Business in a Box and Bucket’. For all companies wishing to use our products commercially please view this page first.
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