Waterstruck bricks provide a unique style and offering when compared to other bricks in our range. In their production, they begin in the same way as most of our bricks, with the soft, mud clay being moulded into shape.

What makes them different is how the mould is made wet as a way of stopping sticking. Then, water is splashed heavily across the tops of the moulds. As you can tell, this process is where they get their name. This gives the bricks a clean smooth finish, however the presence of natural imperfections provides them with character and expressiveness that will stand out in your finished project.

Discover our range of waterstruck bricks below.

This brick I wanted is seen across London and the South East and has a history dating back 300 years, meaning I had a match for the historical context of the build.

Mike Donovan, Client

In terms of kerb appeal the final product is a characterful brick-built design that is consistent across each build.

Woodsett Homes

The Mottram Multi provided the bungalow with an anchor in local heritage and respected the history of Bubwith.

Mark Dickinson, Customer

The brick provided the builds with an imposing presence, without it losing the ever-so important homely feel.

Stonebridge Homes

The collaboration between MBS and Cheshire Renovations lead to a transformative project that delivered stand-out results.

Cheshire Renovations

The client wanted a brick that had a dated appearance whilst still being new, which MBS were able to provide

McCormick Architecture