Here’s a look at just a handful of our many customers over the last year or two……
The Tower of London, HMS Victory, Emmerdale, Kay Pilsbury Thomas Architects, AJH Associates and the AA Service Company, Illinois USA who all bought the CON4 conservation vents, Midas Construction who bought the CAV9, Child Enterprises in Utah, USA, Houze Construction in Jersey, Channel Islands and the chapel at Eton College who all had Heritage vents (HER12, HER8 and HER129). As well as Buckingham Palace that had a Lattice grating (LAT366), we also supplied to quite a number of halls and palaces, most noticeably Crosby Hall in Kensington, former residence of Sir Walter Raleigh, Roehampton House, Rotherfield Hall and Stansted Hall who all had various air bricks and gratings. The prime ministers country retreat at Chequers was considerably better ventilated with one of our Max9 air bricks and the late Mrs Thatcher lived up to here nickname as the “Iron Lady” by commissioning our rather beautiful Ecclesiastical gratings to be installed in one of her London properties. Amongst the household names of companies we’ve supplied, as well as builders merchants Jewson, Buildbase, Travis Perkins and EH Smith, we’ve also supplied companies Sir Robert McAlpine, Interserve, Galiford Try, Morgan Sindall, Wolseley UK and over 500 other companies. Overseas we’ve supplied Hit and Miss vents to a wine cellar in Hungary, Louvre vents to a lighthouse in Sweden, air bricks to Borneo, New Zealand, Australia, Canada and dozens of orders to USA. Back at home we’ve supplied Wiltons Music hall in London and a number of out of this world properties in Kensington Palace Gardens, Royal college of Surgeons, All Souls College at Oxford, Cambridge University Library and Abermarle College in Mayfair. We’ve supplied to many English Heritage sites and national Trust properties including The Vyne, Clarendon House and The George Public House, Southwalk, reputedly the oldest public house in London. It does sound rather impressive that we’re always supplying old properties but some of the newest properties we supply are rather exciting too. We’ve been invited to supply gratings for the new Tate Modern extension, we’ve supplied the Olympic Athletes Village in London and we’re proud our WIN3 air bricks are venting every house in the newly rebuilt set of the hit ITV soap opera “Coronation Street”.
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The Cast Iron Air Brick Company supply cast air bricks and a huge range of ventilation grilles and gratings to individuals and the trade. Our items are used to replace existing defective cast iron ware and are more commonly used in new builds.
former customers properties including Queens residence at Buckingham Palace, prime ministers home at Chequers, Oxford and Cambridge universities and new builds including London 2012 Olympics.
We are able to supply just one air brick and can also supply architects and developers with large quantities.
Due to our offices being based in the UK, our opening hours are 6am in the morning to 12 o'clock mid day EDT – Enquiries are dealt with twice as fast by email so if we don't pick up the phone, please send an email
The Cast Iron Air Brick Company
Little Bray Lane
England, United Kingdom
Telephone / Fax
01144 1598 711999
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