The Recycled Brick Centre sells used and recycled bricks to landscapers, architects, builders, and designers to name a few industries across the Sydney metropolitan suburbs, country N.S.W, Australia’s East Coast and interstate projects to Queensland and Victoria.
We would be proud to be involved in your project. Although we are the new recycled brickyard on the block. We have extensive experience in recycled and used bricks. We have recruited some of the best people in our industry with the right positive attitude and broad knowledge of recycled and second hand bricks. Whether you have a brick project that requires matching you’re existing brickwork to face bricks, recycled paving or you would like a designer feature wall we’re here to provide you excellent quality second hand commons, competitive pricing, and informative service.
Please take a look through our website for the product and service you require and feel free to contact us for a friendly, no obligation chat.
Did you know all the recycled bricks in Sydney have more than one name? Bricks that have been salvaged from demolition projects are commonly referred to as second hand commons, used bricks, recycled commons, refurbished bricks, salvaged bricks, second hand bricks, old bricks and of course recycled bricks.
It’s common for our brick yard to have 85,000 in stock of recycled paving quality bricks at anytime. We keep this amount of used bricks on hand as to keep up with demand. The end result when these recycled bricks are laid as pavers is an overall rustic feel. These recycled bricks are normally used in driveways, garden edging, and walkways. They are the most popular bricks among landscapers wanting the grey and brown brick colouring, to help blend into the surrounding greenery and achieve an overall natural look.
Used Bricks look great in feature walls. Whether you apply a racked joint with an off white mortar or acid wash the bricks, there are lots of different looks you can achieve. they can range in colours from greys and browns to recycled rusty reds just to name a few. These bricks add a timely feel and character to any feature wall. Fast becoming a statement in the hospitality industry with cafes and restaurants purchasing these bricks by the thousands to create a rustic atmosphere and comfortable overall dining experience.
These second hand commons are also known as a dry pressed brick, and are for clients looking for something unique. We have supplied these second hand bricks to customers inspired by New York loft-style apartments, and images they have seen in magazines. They have also been laid in internal dwellings as pavers for that “wow factor”. Used Bricks Sydney have large amounts of these recycled bricks in stock, as they are fast becoming our best seller and are named Soho Grade for the apparent reason.
Bricks dating from all the way back to Australia’s earliest colonial settlers up until today. Great for matching existing brick work when renovating or extending current structures. We can match specific bricks chromatically, dimensionally and chronologically.
Feel free to send us some images or even a sample brick and we will endeavour to find identical counterparts for your project.
Forming the bedrock for most of the Sydney region, Hawkesbury Sandstone or 'Yellowblock' was the building material of choice for the majority of city's earliest structures. Although no longer mined, this durable sedimentary rock is as versatile as it is decorative. Great for feature walls, lining and decorating and can be precisely carved with intricate detail.
Thanks in part to the very nature of rescuing bricks from demolition, we regularly have all kinds of oddities on site from cobblestone to firebricks and flooring specialties to veneers, we have seen it all. Due to the associated supply and demand of recycled bricks, we may not always be able to meet your exact requirements on the spot but we will gladly contact you as soon stock becomes available.
“The Recycled Brick Centre was able to supply me with exact period correct bricks for my federation home renovations - I would have never found these exact bricks anywhere else!”