Brickwork in Hemel Hempstead

Looking for  a builder for brickwork in Hemel Hempstead?

JW Building Services are brickwork and bricklaying specialists and can offer all aspects of brickwork including extensions, conservatories, garden walls, chimneys, stone & flint work, re-pointing and new build brickwork.

We are happy to advise on design and can help you when selecting the type and style of brick, especially if it needs to be matched to existing brickwork.

We offer all types of brickwork services in Hemel Hempstead including:

  • Brickwork / Blockwork / Stonework
  • Lime Mortars
  • Bespoke Masonry Supports
  • Bespoke Feature Brickwork
  • Repointing

Local Builder for Brickwork in Hemel Hempstead

If you would like us to quote for your project, please contact us to arrange an appointment to discuss your requirements. We’d love to hear from you!


Traditional and Architectural Brickwork in various bonds including; Stretcher Bond, Flemish Bond, English Bond, Garden Wall Bond and Decorative Bonds; Projecting, recessed, stack & feature panels.

Stonework and Architectural Masonry

Stone features including, but not limited to; Cills, Lintels, Bands, mullions, transomes, feature entrances, copings, steps, corbells and quions. Special Blockwork; Polished Faced, Forticrete & Lignacite etc & Glass Block Walling.


Traditional Blockwork in Cavity Walls, Party Walls, Partitions in Lightweight through to heavy concrete blocks.


Gaps in the mortar caused over time by weathering and decay not only look bad but can let in water, which through constant freezing/thawing and subsequent salt deposits can cause long-term damage. The water can get into the cavity itself and start to cause damp problems, especially you have insulated cavity walls. If you can easily see open joints around the mortar bed, then it is time to think about repointing.

Recommended Builder for Brickwork in Hemel Hempstead

We get much of our work from recommendations of previous customers. Read our testimonials…

Why use JW Building Services?

  • highest professional standards
  • excellent reputation
  • free, no obligation quote
  • consistently 5 star reviews on Google
  • established since 1995
  • fully insured
  • delivers on time & on budget
  • satisfaction guaranteed

Free Quotation

We will provide you with a comprehensive quotation including all services – labour, plant hire, all materials, scaffolding, skip hire and waste removal. Absolutely no hidden extras – guaranteed!

As the project progresses sometimes additional works or modification to the plans become necessary. If this happens, we will discuss the options with you and confirm the additional costs in writing.

Fully Insured

JW Building Services is fully insured, compliant with all current legislation and all work is guaranteed. Our Health & Safety Policy is available for inspection at any time.

General Builder in Hemel Hempstead

JW Building Services is a General builder in Hemel Hempstead. We undertake all building projects from a small garden wall to a complete new build. Established in 1995, we have built up a reputation for the high standard of our work and our commitment to delivering every project on time and on budget. Our professional but friendly team are reliable and courteous. Most of our work comes from customer recommendations.

Whatever project you have in mind, get in touch and we will give you a free, no obligation estimate.

Building Services

As a general builder in Hemel Hempstead, we offer a wide range of building services. Extensions, new builds, brickwork, loft conversions, renovations and landscaping services. These are just some of the services we provide.

We have a highly skilled team we work with who are all fully qualified. They include ground workers, bricklayers, carpenter, roofers, plumbers, electricians, plasterers, tilers and painter and decorators.

Hemel Hempstead

Hemel Hempstead is a historic town, later developed as a new town, in Hertfordshire, England. Located 24 miles northwest of London, it is part of the Greater London Urban Area.

Hemel is famous for its “Magic Roundabout” (officially called the “Plough Roundabout” from a former adjacent public house), an interchange at the end of the town centre (Moor End), where traffic from six routes meet. Traffic is able to circulate in both directions around what appears to be a main central roundabout (which it used to be), with the normal rules applying at each of the six mini-roundabouts encircling this central reservation. It was the first such circulation system in Britain.

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