Our Quality Policy All our products are inspected by us when they arrive at our depot and prior to
despatch to the customer.
We dress each item individually and hand finish to remove all burrs and excess
material prior to packing.
Cast iron is especially vulnerable to cracking if subjected to impact so we
inspect each item for cracks and any defective items are disposed of. We allow
for a small amount of deviation in the finish of cast items but discard any items with significant faults.
Our hit and miss vents are tested to ensure they work and move easily between
open and closed positions.
If our products require painting, we apply one coat of 3 pack primer followed by
one coat of professional 2 pack epoxy black gloss.
are then either left 24 hours or infrared heated and left at least 12
hours to cure before packing. The
painting on our cast iron air bricks and grilles will require regular
maintenance and items we supply painted should only be regarded as cosmetically
finished. To prevent rust forming customers will need to regularly repaint
We do not import any of our products.
We source all our products from UK foundries .
Although we are not an ISO 9001 company we understand how important quality is
and seek to exceed the expectation of each and every customer with the products
we sell. We have supplied air bricks to well known companies, many of
which are household names and our grilles have been installed in especially
sensitive buildings around the UK. More Information
If you have any questions regarding the quality of our
products or services, please contact us
The Cast Iron Air Brick Company
Down Farm, Brayford
Devon, EX32 7QQ
All orders made online or by any other means are subject to our terms and
Disclaimer- All the information supplied regarding the
suitability of our cast iron air bricks for various ventilation scenarios shown
on castironairbricks.co.uk or given by any of our representatives is given in
good faith and is for guidance only. A qualified
architect, local building regulations officer and/or Gas Safe registered plumber
if applicable should be consulted prior to installation if in doubt. In the case of
installation on a listed building, permissions from the local authority should
be sought from the conservation officer before any work is carried out, even to
replace damaged items.