Register with us so we can plan stock
If your project will be over 50m² it is a good idea to let us know so we can put it into our system and plan for the stock to mean that when the contractors need them, the wait time is manageable.
If it's a stocked blend this is easy enough for us to try and build into our stocks, and if not, we'll need to reserve the bricks for cutting.
Most often internally you'll be installing onto plasterboard, or cement board. We do not recommend installing onto OSB or MDF. If the plasterboard is being put in as new, you don't need to skim plaster on top, you'll only need to score through this anyway so there's no point in adding the extra cost to the project.
The main consideration in the design is where your brickwork ends. To ensure it's as authentic as possible, always end at an internal corner, where the slips will butt up against another surface. If you leave the end tiles exposed then people will be able to see it as simply tiles, which detracts slightly from the overall effect.