Price per box (0,42 sq/m) is €21
Pieces per box: 18 units (with 12mm grouting gaps included)
Price per 1sq/m is €50
Pieces per m²: 43 units (with 12mm grouting gaps included)
Corners available: €3 per piece (only for special orders)
Brick cladding dimensions:
70mm (H) x 280mm (L) x 250mm (D)
Brick cladding produced using the highest quality raw materials and technologies. The tiles are extremely resistant to temperature and environmental effects. Could be used for exterior and interior decoration.
Measurements and material calculations
Multiply height by width (H x W = sq/m or sq/ft) of the area to be covered, subtracting openings such as doors, windows and openings. This is the total surface area for which you will need brick cladding.
Note: it is advisable to allow an extra 10% of material for cutting.
Corners: To estimate brick corners, measure the vertical or horizontal external corners L/M (linear meters), the window and door jambs, the chimney breast openings that will require corners.
For block surfaces, no surface preparation is required.
The existing plastered or dashed surface must be cleaned back to its original surface by sandblasting, or wire brushing, or have a metal mesh attached to the surface using corrosive resistant nails.
Start by laying out few pieces of the brick on the floor in front of your project. This will give you a sense for the variety of shapes and colours you’ll be working with. Arrange the pieces so they fit and look nice next to each other.
- Protect flooring with a tarp. Beginning at the bottom of the wall, use a notched trowel to apply flexi adhesive to a small section, and then apply your brick cladding. The consistency of the adhesive needs to be firm, like that of creamy peanut butter. Because adhesive can set quickly, it’s best to work on one row at a time.
- Push each piece of thin brick veneer into the adhesive with a slight sliding or twisting motion so it sticks well. You can also “back butter” each piece for additional adhesion. Affix each row across the full width of the wall before moving on to the next. (If using L-shaped corner pieces, start at an outside corner.) Ensure each row is level, using tile spacers to leave a gap between veneers for grout and a damp sponge to clean excess mortar before it sets.
- After completing one row, do the row above, overlapping the long edges of each brick so the midpoint sits above the seam between two tiles of the lower row. Continue until the drywall is covered.
- Allow the mortar to dry completely (24–48 hours). Then fill the seams with grout/mortar, again using a damp sponge to clean any excess. A pointing trowel or grout bag will help with precise mortar application and minimize clean up. For a rustic feel, leave some grout haze on the thin brick veneers. For a classic look, clean the excess grout and frequently replace your cleaning bucket with fresh water.