Rennew Traditional Building Materials
Rennew is one of the leading stockists and suppliers of both reclaimed and new natural building materials. We are centrally located in the heart of England and offer a nationwide delivery and collection service with crane off-loading facility if required.

We supply builders and roofing merchants, reclamation yards, architects and specifiers, English Heritage and National Trust, as well as private renovators and home improvers.

Services Provided
Brick Supplies, Reclaimed Materials, Cladding, Landscaping Materials

Areas Served
Contact: Mel
Location: Shifnal, Shropshire TF11 9JR
United Kingdom
Commented: Slate patio - filthy and its new! Hi Nicky, To reaffirm Floors of Stone and Kitchen Republic the stone should have been sealed once before laying and again once laid. As previous comments have suggested jet wash the stone (do not use...
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Commented: Let us know what you think of these floor tiles! The tiles are very much a statement design but would work brilliantly if styled correctly. The wooden staircase and doors with the light toned walls compliment the tile colours. Just keep the accessor...
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Commented: Natural stone It looks as though the stone was not sealed after being laid which can cause all of the issues you have mentioned. If the sand was wet the stone would have absorbed some of the colour and stained it I...
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Commented: Refurbish or skip? The table and chairs are beautiful, the wood compliments your kitchen well so we'd advise keeping these! As a minimum, we would suggest recovering the chairs, and perhaps removing 2 of them (or storin...
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Commented: Factory to Family Home Amazing restoration, very in keeping with the original brick choices.
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Commented: Kitchen flooring, which tiles?! We agree with the above comment, wooden-look porcelain tiles may be your answer and compliment the wooden unit edging. Having plain, neutral tiles could blend too much with those stunning units and ta...
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