I have a 5ft x 20ft garden wall built using bricks about 15 years old.
After I have dismantled the wall is it worth trying to sell the brick
if so about how much I am likely to get for them?
or should I just take them to the local tip?
If the bricks are decorative and difficult to get hold of you may b
able to clean tham up and sell them.
If the bricks are common bricks you may still get a few quid or ge
them removed for free by selling them as hardcore, some firms collec
the bricks and crush them, then sell it as hardcore.
Alternatively, you might want to post them onto your local Freecycle
group. Freecycle, in case you're not aware of it, is a great idea. You
post what you want to dispose of, and people respond if they want it.
No fees, either way. You'd be amazed at what turns up there - sometimes
you do get junk, but most often it's stuff that people simply don't
use, need or want any more. I recently picked up an iMac from my local
one, which is fantastic!
Here's the link:
Scroll down to the bottom for the UK, then choose your most local club.
Depends on what they are, and how clean you can get them. Bricks from
walls made with lime mortar are easy to clean with a big bolster and
a bit of time... if it's cement adhering well, maybe not worth the
effort! 10-15p each maybe.
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