What is TrikBrik cladding?
Contemporary design is all about textures, so brick and stone now feature strongly in interiors. The downside is that they are often heavy, messy to fit and require a specialised skilled labour force.
TrikBrik is completely different: designed as a metre-square interlocking cladding panel system that demands attention, it comes complete with mastic and paints to hide the joinery. With the TrikBrik cladding system you can achieve authentic-looking brick and stone walls quickly and effortlessly, that can be assembled by anyone!
Specifiers, designers and consumers alike can expect the following from a TrikBrik product:
- Durability: TrikBrik is a uniquely patented manufacturing system that is the result of no less than 30 years of research. TriBrik is water-repellent and non-permeable, so will not be affected by humidity; nor will it fade in the sun.
- Ease of installation and maintenance: The panels are easily cut to size, requiring no special tools, and can be treated with anti-graffiti formula if required. Furthermore, they can be repainted with a polyester resin paint; so when your wall starts to pall in red, you can always paint it purple.
- Aesthetic appeal: TrikBrik gives you an eye-catching, textured wall that has the power to transform the aesthetic of a room. With a gorgeous array of colours to choose from, this cladding panel system will give you a stunning brick aesthetic you will love, without the need for real brick.
An exceptionally light, yet durable construction
Our TrikBrik is made from high density polyurethane, polyester resin and crushed marble stone that gives a faux brick and stone look. It is an exceptionally light yet durable, highly realistic panel, with outstanding thermal, acoustic and flame-retardant properties.
Designed to imitate exposed masonry and traditional brick lay
TrikBrik is designed to imitate exposed masonry and traditional brick lay. Bricks have been in use for thousands of years, dating back to the mud brick structures of the Egyptian and Near Eastern civilizations.
Red brick lay as we know it was introduced by the Romans, who used white or red clay, rather than mud, to produce bricks. The Roman manufacturing process was innovative, as the red or white bricks were fired in mobile kilns. This allowed brickmaking to spread across the Roman provinces in Europe, where they remained in use through to present day.
It is this classic design, which is also ironically so popular in rustic, urban and contemporary concepts, that makes Trik Brik one of our most popular products.
Brick and stone cladding in a variety of colours for walls, columns and vertical features
Transform your home or business with brick or stone cladding in any of the following colours: