Cosmetic Conservation

Dyebrick products have been used on some of the oldest brick buildings in the world. They are the first choice for Conservation Companies and are recommended and approved by many Local Authorities in the UK.

For all conservation work, we recommend that you seek the advice of Dyebrick or one of their Approved Contractors.


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Cloth Fair London St Marys Gdansk Barnhouse Farm
 Cloth Fair London, Circa 1597
 St Mary's Gdansk, Circa 1400  Barnhouse Farm, W.Sussex. C.1499
1760 Coffeehouse Williamsburg Kew Green Hemingborough Hall
1760′s Coffeehouse at Williamsburg, VA
Kew Green Conservation Job Hemingbrough Hall 1842 Selby

Brick Glaze

Fire Damage Restoration  Adding Glazed Blue Headers  Adding Glazed Blue Headers
 Saffron Walden Hospital
Ide Hill Mansion
 Devonshire Place, London W1
Saffron Walden Hospital 1863  Ide Hill Mansion, Sevenoaks, Kent.

King's School, Rochester, Kent.

  King's School Wall July 2011



 Teddington Sootwash
 Roof Tinting
 Approved by Camden Council Planning Dept. 2010


 Adding 'Mock' Glazed Blue Headers


 Monk Fryston, North Yorkshire.
 Dyebrick Sootwash Approved by Camden.
Westminster Approval of Dyebrick

 Dyebrick Brick-Age approved by The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.


 Lambeth Planning Approval for Dyebrick













Conservation in the USA

Dyebrick products are used for many heritage, conservation and preservation projects throughout the USA.

1760′s Coffeehouse at Colonial Williamsburg, VA
Greenwich Village Restoration Project

For free advice and consultations please contact our Conservation Team.