Ibstock's 2013 Brick Selector guide is available free of charge.

Ibstock releases new ‘Brick Bible’

Published:  02 August, 2013

Ibstock has launched the latest edition of its Brick Selector guide.

The brochure contains details of the entire Ibstock brick range across more than 100 pages, and is ideal for both quick reference to find a desired product and for those seeking inspiration.

Brick Selector also contains a straightforward guide to brickmatching for any project, as well as details about Ibstock’s convenient sample service. In addition, it includes an illustrated guide to mortar joints and brickwork bonds to aid any technical queries or customer questions.

Jo Lightfoot, merchant senior market manager at Ibstock, said: “Our Brick Selector brochure is designed to assist product selection so that merchants can quickly and easily recommend the right products for a customer’s needs. It is the ideal method to access the huge range and is an essential tool for sourcing information to make informed building project decisions. We hope it sparks creative ideas and further opens up business opportunities for our merchant network.”

Available free of charge, the Brick Selector can be ordered on an individual basis or in boxes of 30 by merchants. To place an order, simply contact the Ibstock Samples and Literature Hotline on 0844 800 4578; e-mail: enquiries@ibstock.co.uk or visit the website at www.ibstock.com.

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