Additions to Marshalls’ facing brick range

Additions to Marshalls’ facing brick range

There’s now even more options in the Marshalls facing brick portfolio

The recently launched Kingsvale range adds a traditional creased texture to a growing array of finishes in the Marshalls facing brick collection and is available in a variety of colours, providing even more choice.

Aesthetics to suite any scheme

The addition of the Kingsvale range now means there’s a carefully curated range of quality facing bricks available in stock, sand-faced, vintage and creased finishes. There’s also over 80 colours on offer – from classic reds, browns and yellows to contemporary monochrome shades.

Imaginative home brickwork, with low carbon credentials

Marshalls has supplied concrete bricks to prestigious and national housebuilders across the UK. But its concrete bricks can also be used to create stunning features and garden projects. With a range of contemporary and traditional brick options, your imagination will know no bounds.


The manufacturer’s concrete facing bricks are stocked in builders’ merchants with two forms, four finishes and over 80 facing bricks to choose from there is a brick for any customer brief or requirement.

More than just facing bricks 

Marshalls Bricks & Masonry also offer a wide range of building materials, from reconstituted concrete walling products, dense and lightweight block, commons, slip bricks and engineering bricks.

Made in the UK

With all the company’s concrete facing bricks being made in the UK and the only manufacturer adding genuine capacity, builders’ merchants have stock now and can order for larger scale projects.


Customer demand for more sustainable materials is increasing and the concrete brick range offers a low carbon alternative. By choosing Marshalls bricks you can expect a total lifetime CO2 reduction of 49.1%. And with concrete bricks naturally absorbing CO2 as they age, there is no better low-carbon brick available.

The concrete-facing brick range from Marshalls offers professional builders a sustainable choice that doesn’t impact productivity.  

Here we share two recent projects to provide inspiration and ideas on how to use the versatile concrete brick range:

Creating a luxury feature 

As part of a private residential self-build project, the customer wished to create a two-storey floor to apex internal feature wall.

In collaboration with Edge-Architecture and Ark Homes the team designed the layout of a single skin wall, whereby the bricks were laid using a random pattern of headers and stretchers, with the headers cut on-site to halves before being laid. Selected bricks were chosen to protrude to create a contemporary 3D look.

Striking garden brickwork

For outdoors spaces that need renovation or rejuvenation garden brickwork can add practicality and a stylish addition to gardens large or small.

In a Kent garden the customer wanted to add a garden wall, planters and to repair water damaged brickwork to garden steps. Using a combination of blue perforated engineering bricks, Langston gold perforated bricks and Islington stock frogged bricks the brickwork additions to the garden created striking features.

The bricklayer on this project appreciated the dimensional consistency that the bricks offered and easy bonding with mortar.

To view the Kingsvale range of bricks from Marshalls, click here.

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