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What Houzz contributors are saying:
Weigh up the disadvantagesWhen asked about the downsides, Nicholas highlights a lack of traditional manufacturers. “The brick kilns that used to make them were sadly knocked down during the 1980s and early 1990s,” he says. “However, you’ll find many for sale in reclamation yards and on websites such as Salvo and eBay.”Roger stresses the costs involved in laying bricks. “They’re relatively expensive and time-consuming if laid on mortar with mortared joints,” he says.