Key Brick Cutting

Published:  11 September, 2013

Key Brick Cutting offers a quick, high quality brick cutting service along with a nationwide collection and delivery service.

With over 30 years’ experience as a leading Nottinghamshire brick cutting service, the company’s expertise can help whatever your specification.

A specialist in brick slips, bonding, cutting, arches and decorative designs, Key Brick Cutting uses a different range of cutting techniques. Using state-of-the-art machinery, the company will ensure that the customer gets the best quality they need for their purpose.

Key Brick Cutting has five brick cutting machines which are capable of producing different types of cuts. From soft mud bricks to engineering bricks and a range of thicknesses, the company is able to help customers reproduce several brick shapes that are no longer available.

One of the company’s specialties is brick slips, which are thin clay bricks usually around 20mm in thickness. Brick slips, also known as cladding or brick tiles, can provide a brick finish without having the full depth of a traditional brick. They can be used for many things such as external wall cladding, brick effect wall tiles, archways and fireplaces.

The company supplies both the trade and general public and also acts as a subcontractor to large, national companies. Whatever your needs the company can help, and customers can either provide their own bricks or Key Brick Cutting will supply them for you.

Opening times

Monday to Saturday 8am - 5pm

Contact details

Unit 128, Road C, Boughton Industrial Estate


Near Newark



Tel: 01623 861735

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