Build with conscience
To build with real fired clay bricks is to use one of the most enduring and beautiful materials known to mankind. In durability, strength, thermal and acoustic insulation, genuine clay bricks have no equal. Furthermore, clay bricks are practical, easy to build with, offer good plaster adhesion and are not weather dependent during the construction phase. Taking into account their many advantages, real clay bricks are more affordable over time than any other building material or bricks made of inferior substances. There can be no doubt: clay bricks are the natural choice!
Claytile is focused on utilising our superb clay reserves to supply the Western Cape with top quality and cost-effective genuine clay bricks. We invite you to trust us to deliver our superior product to your next building project with professionalism, reliability and integrity. For clay bricks, we’re the natural choice!
The Department of Public Works initiated project will see the replacement of the existing Salt River Forensic Pathology Laboratory with a State of the art Facility in Observatory. The new Forensic Pathology Laboratory is being [...]
The Azure - Secure residential estate in Camps Bay, situated between Lion’s Head & 12 Apostles. Emphasis has been placed on Green Building Material. Claytile’s 4 Star Eco Standard Imperial brick was selected for this [...]
My Domain Observatory is the latest addition to the "My Domain Brand" for designer student accommodation, part of Swish Property portfolio. It is situated in the student hub of Observatory. We have secured an order [...]
We recently hosted Energy Master Builders, a Major Construction Company in the Western Cape. The Factory Yard was used as a backdrop for a photo opportunity, as well as an informative tour through our modern [...]
In December 2016, EcoStandard South Africa was pleased to present Claytile with a certificate and EcoStandard EcoProduct label for their Clay Building Brick. Claytile scored a 4-Star rating in terms of the EcoStandard's EcoProduct Assessment [...]
February 2015, news article – Yesterday, the first sod was turned marking the start of construction of the long awaited expansion Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC). The expansion will double the centre’s existing exhibition [...]