There are whole host of different building materials that can be used to complete an extensive range of building and construction processes, in both residential and commercial environments.

When you’re completing any building work, it’s important that you have the right materials. From concrete and cement, fasteners and anchoring devices, through to brickwork and blockwork materials, and fixing and jointing components, having the right materials for the job will allow you to complete every project to the highest possible standard.

SpecifiedBy allows you to search the market place in order to access and compare a wide variety of high quality building materials from an extensive range of manufacturers such as Ancon Building Products, Brauder and Don Construction Ltd.

Multi - Facing Bricks

H G Matthews
Buckinghamshire, with its distinctive geology, is famous for it's bricks. All our clay is still dug from original deposits around Bellingdon and from nearby Chalfont St. Giles. It is this indigenous clay, the temperature of firing and the type of kiln used th...

Multi Machine Made

H G Matthews
Buckinghamshire, with its distinctive geology, is famous for it's bricks. All our clay is still dug from original deposits around Bellingdon and from nearby Chalfont St. Giles. It is this indigenous clay, the temperature of firing and the type of kiln used th...

Dark Multi

H G Matthews
Buckinghamshire, with its distinctive geology, is famous for it's bricks. All our clay is still dug from original deposits around Bellingdon and from nearby Chalfont St. Giles. It is this indigenous clay, the temperature of firing and the type of kiln used th...

Chalfont Red Light

H G Matthews
Buckinghamshire, with its distinctive geology, is famous for it's bricks. All our clay is still dug from original deposits around Bellingdon and from nearby Chalfont St. Giles. It is this indigenous clay, the temperature of firing and the type of kiln used th...

Resort Multi

H G Matthews
Buckinghamshire, with its distinctive geology, is famous for it's bricks. All our clay is still dug from original deposits around Bellingdon and from nearby Chalfont St. Giles. It is this indigenous clay, the temperature of firing and the type of kiln used th...

Chalfont Mixed Blend

H G Matthews
Buckinghamshire, with its distinctive geology, is famous for it's bricks. All our clay is still dug from original deposits around Bellingdon and from nearby Chalfont St. Giles. It is this indigenous clay, the temperature of firing and the type of kiln used th...

Dark Multi Machine Made

H G Matthews
Buckinghamshire, with its distinctive geology, is famous for it's bricks. All our clay is still dug from original deposits around Bellingdon and from nearby Chalfont St. Giles. It is this indigenous clay, the temperature of firing and the type of kiln used th...

Chalfont Red Medium

H G Matthews
Buckinghamshire, with its distinctive geology, is famous for it's bricks. All our clay is still dug from original deposits around Bellingdon and from nearby Chalfont St. Giles. It is this indigenous clay, the temperature of firing and the type of kiln used th...

Charcoal Black

H G Matthews
For hundreds of years, glazed bricks were an accidental by-product of early firing methods yet became a decorative enhancement to brickwork. Beautiful examples of this can still be seen in many villages and market towns. By the twentieth century kiln designs ...

Genuine Wood Fired

H G Matthews
For hundreds of years, glazed bricks were an accidental by-product of early firing methods yet became a decorative enhancement to brickwork. Beautiful examples of this can still be seen in many villages and market towns. By the twentieth century kiln designs ...

ATR - Facing Bricks

H G Matthews
Buckinghamshire, with its distinctive geology, is famous for it's bricks. All our clay is still dug from original deposits around Bellingdon and from nearby Chalfont St. Giles. It is this indigenous clay, the temperature of firing and the type of kiln used th...

Resort Light

H G Matthews
Buckinghamshire, with its distinctive geology, is famous for it's bricks. All our clay is still dug from original deposits around Bellingdon and from nearby Chalfont St. Giles. It is this indigenous clay, the temperature of firing and the type of kiln used th...

Chiltern Green

H G Matthews
For hundreds of years, glazed bricks were an accidental by-product of early firing methods yet became a decorative enhancement to brickwork. Beautiful examples of this can still be seen in many villages and market towns. By the twentieth century kiln designs ...

Chiltern Black

H G Matthews
For hundreds of years, glazed bricks were an accidental by-product of early firing methods yet became a decorative enhancement to brickwork. Beautiful examples of this can still be seen in many villages and market towns. By the twentieth century kiln designs ...

Rycote Red

H G Matthews
For hundreds of years, glazed bricks were an accidental by-product of early firing methods yet became a decorative enhancement to brickwork. Beautiful examples of this can still be seen in many villages and market towns. By the twentieth century kiln designs ...

Rycote Grey

H G Matthews
For hundreds of years, glazed bricks were an accidental by-product of early firing methods yet became a decorative enhancement to brickwork. Beautiful examples of this can still be seen in many villages and market towns. By the twentieth century kiln designs ...

Charcoal Grey

H G Matthews
For hundreds of years, glazed bricks were an accidental by-product of early firing methods yet became a decorative enhancement to brickwork. Beautiful examples of this can still be seen in many villages and market towns. By the twentieth century kiln designs ...

Ewhurst Grey

H G Matthews
For hundreds of years, glazed bricks were an accidental by-product of early firing methods yet became a decorative enhancement to brickwork. Beautiful examples of this can still be seen in many villages and market towns. By the twentieth century kiln designs ...

Blackcurrent Glaze

H G Matthews
For hundreds of years, glazed bricks were an accidental by-product of early firing methods yet became a decorative enhancement to brickwork. Beautiful examples of this can still be seen in many villages and market towns. By the twentieth century kiln designs ...

Wood Fired Effect

H G Matthews
For hundreds of years, glazed bricks were an accidental by-product of early firing methods yet became a decorative enhancement to brickwork. Beautiful examples of this can still be seen in many villages and market towns. By the twentieth century kiln designs ...

Grey Brown Machine Made

H G Matthews
Buckinghamshire, with its distinctive geology, is famous for it's bricks. All our clay is still dug from original deposits around Bellingdon and from nearby Chalfont St. Giles. It is this indigenous clay, the temperature of firing and the type of kiln used th...

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There are whole host of different building materials that can be used to complete an extensive range of building and construction processes, in both residential and commercial environments.

When you’re completing any building work, it’s important that you have the right materials. From concrete and cement, fasteners and anchoring devices, through to brickwork and blockwork materials, and fixing and jointing components, having the right materials for the job will allow you to complete every project to the highest possible standard.

SpecifiedBy allows you to search the market place in order to access and compare a wide variety of high quality building materials from an extensive range of manufacturers such as Ancon Building Products, Brauder and Don Construction Ltd.