Dyebrick Soot Wash Replication was specified by Camden Council to blend these old and new extensions with the period terrace.
Gina who works in our design team enjoyed her spell at Bothwell School of Witchcraft
We are pleased to announce that we have launched a new version of our online shop, powered by our parent company – Owloc Industries.
The new shop features a fresh, new, mobile-friendly design allowing you to order Dyebrick on-the-go!
Please note: All orders made on the old shop will be processed as normal, and all customer accounts have been migrated to the new shop.
Please update your bookmarks accordingly to: http://stores.owloc.com/dyebrick/
Our New Album is out!…see our Customer Gallery Pages
Dyebrick was used to great effect when a solution was required to disguise some obvious repair work that could be seen for miles!
The old Horton Kirby paper mill chimney in Dartford Kent was refurbished by Churchill Steeplejacks as part of a new residential development by Fairview Homes.
The brick chimney standing at 75m tall was also slightly reduced in height by a Churchills. Once the chimney had been reduced to the required height the summit was be capped off, and a new lightning protection system was installed.
Dyebrick ‘Brick-Age’ was used for some of the new brick-up areas at the base and ‘Charcoal’ and ‘Khaki’ Brick Tinting Kits were used for tinting the old crack repair.
Our Brick Stain Kit has finally been granted a patent after a 5 year wait.
This, in conjunction with our HSBC Worldwide-Intellectual Property Insurance, enables us to initiate legal proceedings against unauthorised copy violations.
We are fully prepared and committed to protect our patent with an initial $1.8 million cover in place towards legal fees and expenses if litigated through trial.
Here is a scan of the Certificate of Grant of Patent:
You can view all the details of the patent on the Intellectual Property Office’s website HERE.
Or view at Espacenet World Patents website HERE
We conducted the random draw earlier today and we are pleased to announce that the winners of the “Win a Canon Camera with Dyebrick” competition are as follows:
Congratulations to all three winners and thanks to everyone who submitted great photos of their Dyebrick projects.
Rested from our epic coast-to-coast tour back in December, Dyebrick are pleased to announce the dates of our next tour: the ‘Brick States’ – North & South Carolina.
The dates are confirmed as Saturday 10th – Saturday 31st January 2009.
We are starting our tour in Miami, Florida and will be heading north to the ‘Brick States’ and beyond. We are ending our tour in Washington DC to witness the inauguration of the 44th President of the United States – Barack Obama.
You can view a rough plot of our tour here:
Please note this route is a draft and is subject to change
We will post more up-to-date information about the tour as it becomes available.
This year’s Dyebrick tour has now been booked and confirmed.
After the success of our Gulf State tour in 2005, we are now pleased to announce a completely different route. On this journey we will be passing through the following States:
We will be stopping off at numerous customer locations. If you’re interested in a visit from the Dyebrick team to take a look at your project, then please email us using the regular Contact Us form. There is only a limited amount of time we can stop off at locations, so book early to avoid disappointment!
We will be keeping the blog up to date with our progress through the USA, and may even have a live GPS tracker on the site.
The tour kicks off on Saturday, 1st December 2007 at 9.30am in Los Angeles, California.
Click the image below for an enlarged JPEG of the tour, or the link below it for an interactive Yahoo! Maps link.
Click here for an interactive Yahoo! Maps version of our route.
4 months and counting!