The following are examples of brickwork completed by AAC.
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These are 1 1/2 brick piers in red stock bricks to take 1500mm high Victorian railings later in the project. Weatherstruck pointing add finer detail and re-constructed stone pier caps finish off the piers perfectly.
These are an example of a stock brick with colour variation, weatherstruck pointing, brick on edge tops with a tile crease.
An example of curved top walls emerging from a support pier. Edging to walls and piers in blue engineering bricks.
A cottage style is achieved with bonnet tile pier cappings.
This large Victorian sliding gate is able to carry these large piers. Generally 2 to 2 1/2 brick piers work best.
An example of light brick colour, with curved brick on edge detail. Re-constrcuted stone pier caps to complete the piers.
This picture shows another pier variation with a lower plinth step.
An example of a brick / sandstone combination which provides an interesting texture and variation of colour.