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"Hi Gary, thanks for the quick turnaround and communication."

Garden brick wall repair

£120

"Very pleased and happy with the work carried out by Martin. "

Build a small wall

£90

"Great service. Very professional bricklayer , polite and friendly. Perfect finish, tidy and in time. Highly recommended!!! Thank you Gary. "

Build a brick wall fence

£250

" Always willing to talk through solutions Level headed Takes the time to work you through how costs are worked out"

Cleaning up a brick wall and tidying up the repoin

£200

"Excellent job done on the patio, and done very quickly "

Reset Bricks and fill in gaps between paving

£200

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Top Bricklayer related questions

A bricklayer works with building materials, like pavers, blocks, and bricks to create structures and features like garden paths, driveways, retaining walls, and house structures.
Common bricklaying projects include building walls for houses, laying pavers for paths, building retaining walls, creating brick mailboxes, and building fireplaces. Your bricklayer may work on new residential builds, commercial buildings, renovations, and even restoration projects.
Usually, your bricklayer will supply all the tools and equipment needed for the project, but you’ll need to purchase and arrange the bricks (in consultation with your bricklayer to ensure you have the correct amount). It’s best to confirm what’s supplied when you hire your bricklayer and confirm the quote.
Qualified bricklayers have completed a 3-4 year bricklaying apprenticeship, including both onsite hands-on training, and offsite training that includes a Certificate III in Bricklaying/Blocklaying Apprenticeship.
It depends on the type of bricklaying job you need done, how much prep work is needed, and how many bricks are involved. On average, a bricklayer can lay 280-500 bricks per day. A small job might be done in a couple of hours, while a larger job (like a house-build with 10,000 bricks) may take several weeks.
The cost of hiring a bricklayer usually sits between $150-$450 for tasks posted on Airtasker. But your bricklayer may charge more or less, depending on factors like the type of job, number of bricks, and how long it’ll take them to finish.
For certain types of tasks, you may need to enquire as to what bricklaying specialist licenses may be required to undertake your task as this can vary. Please make sure that you confirm that a Tasker has the relevant licence and insurance before accepting an offer.

A bricklayer works with building materials, like pavers, blocks, and bricks to create structures and features like garden paths, driveways, retaining walls, and house structures.
Usually, your bricklayer will supply all the tools and equipment needed for the project, but you’ll need to purchase and arrange the bricks (in consultation with your bricklayer to ensure you have the correct amount). It’s best to confirm what’s supplied when you hire your bricklayer and confirm the quote.
It depends on the type of bricklaying job you need done, how much prep work is needed, and how many bricks are involved. On average, a bricklayer can lay 280-500 bricks per day. A small job might be done in a couple of hours, while a larger job (like a house-build with 10,000 bricks) may take several weeks.
For certain types of tasks, you may need to enquire as to what bricklaying specialist licenses may be required to undertake your task as this can vary. Please make sure that you confirm that a Tasker has the relevant licence and insurance before accepting an offer.

Common bricklaying projects include building walls for houses, laying pavers for paths, building retaining walls, creating brick mailboxes, and building fireplaces. Your bricklayer may work on new residential builds, commercial buildings, renovations, and even restoration projects.
Qualified bricklayers have completed a 3-4 year bricklaying apprenticeship, including both onsite hands-on training, and offsite training that includes a Certificate III in Bricklaying/Blocklaying Apprenticeship.
The cost of hiring a bricklayer usually sits between $150-$450 for tasks posted on Airtasker. But your bricklayer may charge more or less, depending on factors like the type of job, number of bricks, and how long it’ll take them to finish.

What does bricklaying include?

Bricklayers employ a range of skills needed to build and repair brick walls and structures. Here are some of the jobs you can ask your bricklayer to help with and what you can expect from each:

Brick walls for homes

One of the most common jobs your bricklayer can help with is building or repairing the brick walls inside and outside of your home. They’ll help you select the right brick to match your home, before laying each brick individually using a guide to ensure a strong, attractive finish. Your bricklayer will use a trowel to spread mortar on the bottom and sides of each brick, and will knock on the brick to remove any air bubbles from the mortar. Then they’ll remove the excess mortar with the trowel. 

Paving

Paving is a popular option for driveways, patios, and footpaths because pavers are affordable and easy to maintain (if one breaks, you can easily replace it). Your brick paver will start by preparing the surface. They may need to excavate the area slightly and lay down a level base material like crushed rocks, followed by a mixture of sand and cement. Then they’ll lay your pavers down in the pattern you’ve chosen, before sweeping a mixture of sand and cement into the cracks, then setting them with a hose.

Block retaining walls and fences

Your bricklayer can create brick fences, retaining walls, and even garden edgings for raised garden beds. They’ll use a similar process to building standard brick walls, but they’ll need to choose bricks that can stand up to harsher, more exposed conditions. Once they’ve laid bricks to the correct height, your bricklayer may finish off with a different brick or technique to cap the structure and add interest.

Small bricklaying jobs

Your bricklayer can also help with other smaller jobs like building custom mailboxes using bricks that match your home. Your mailbox installation will involve laying the bricks using mortar between each layer. Your bricklayer will incorporate a “box” section to collect mail and add your house number. Other small bricklaying jobs include brick fireplace installations and repairs, and even rendering. 

Recent Bricklayer tasks

Build a boundary wall 4m long

£350

Balham, Greater London

14th Mar 2022

Build a boundary wall 4m long. 2 pillars at either with 2 bricks and 18 bricks high. wall between the pillars are 1 brick thick and 9 bricks high. Coping stones on top - Due date: Flexible

Repair of Window bricks

£250

New Zealand, Derbyshire

22nd Sep 2021

Small window bricks repair needed. * Bricks have become dislodged needs cavity tray and weep vents put back with fresh mortar and pointed. Need repaired asap

Garden wall 16mtrs

£350

Southfields, Essex

26th Aug 2021

footings and lay 2 brick wall

Handyperson needed

£20

Strand On The Green, Greater London

1st Jul 2021

Hey there, my name is Sarah. I need to hire a handyperson to help me in Geraldine Road, London W4 3PA, UK. What do you need done? Build a Front Wall What is the type of property? House Which areas of the property need work? Looking for a bricklayer who can build a front wall. What would you like the handyperson to work on? Build a front wall with bricks

Brick layer

£70

St George In The East, Greater London

22nd Jun 2021

Need someone for one day to help me lay brick on my garden wall

BRICKLAYER

£150

Parrock Farm, Kent

5th Jun 2021

collapsed fence at the entrance of the house about three feet high,just need tidy up the bricks are still okay.

Repointing / Repair outside loose steps

£75

Gee Cross, Greater Manchester

6th May 2021

Repair / Repoint loose steps. 6 Paving slabs loose

Fast, reliable, friendly. Highly recommended

Bricklaying

£3,000

Docklands, Greater London

28th Dec 2021

Bricklayer required for dormer work and garden extension

Brick work and block work

£3,000

Worcester Park, Surrey

6th Sep 2021

Brick work and block work

Cement laying

£50

Farsley, West Yorkshire

4th Aug 2021

Bottom half of garden cementing

Bricklayer

£5

Stamford Hill, Greater London

27th Jun 2021

I need skilled bricklayer fir days work.

Bricklayer needed

£350

Charing Cross, Greater London

16th Jun 2021

Hey there, my name is Will. I need to hire a bricklayer to help me in London, UK. What do you need done? Assembly What is the type of property? House Which areas of the property need work? External garden wall What would you like the handyperson to work on? Build a brick wall on the back of our garden. There is an existing wall which is about 4 feet high, which needs extending to about 8 feet high.

Bricklayer

£100

Shenley, Hertfordshire

24th May 2021

Need a bricklayer to raise height of existing wall.

Bricklayer

£100

Lessness Heath, Greater London

20th Apr 2022

Bricklayer to to brick up a wall. Not to big wall

Brick paving removal

£700

Maida Vale, Greater London

4th Dec 2021

Our backyard has brick paving which id like to tear up. I’d like to keep the bricks afterwards to reuse them in the garden. The bricks seem to be cemented in as shown in photos. Also, under the garden shed (which I will remove prior to work starting on the bricks) there is some concrete which will need to be removed. Around the drains I’d like to keep some bricks. Open to advice though on how best to ensure the drains remain functional.

Chimney breast remodelling

£400

Heaton Moor, Greater Manchester

26th Aug 2021

The chimney breast recess needs widening by half a brick each side and the height raised by 3 brick courses (concrete lintel onsite) and in necessary bricks taken out of the back of the opening, and small concrete base taken out of the opening. A granite or slate hearth needs purchasing...at present I have the oak mantle to go above the opening and am buying 5 oak floating shelves for the alcoves. I can expand on this if necessary.

Bricklayer for small extension

£1,200

Burnt Oak, Greater London, HA8

2nd Aug 2021

Experienced bricklayer required for small rear extension

26m dwarf garden wall - labour only

£900

Pinner, Greater London

24th Jun 2021

I require a single skin wall of 8 courses high consisting of 1200 bricks to be built around my front garden. The length is 26m with piers every 2m, the top layer will be blue engineering bricks. Foundations need to be excavated and poured. Can start today as materials and skip are already on site. Images of garden attached

26m Single skim wall - materials on site already

£850

Pinner, Greater London

16th Jun 2021

I require a single skin wall of 8 courses high consisting of 1000 bricks to be built around my front garden. The length is 26m with piers every 2m, the top layer will be blue engineering bricks. Foundations need to be excavated and poured. Can start today as materials and skip are already on site. Images of garden attached

Brick front wall laid

£180

Ealing, Greater London

16th May 2021

I need a new exposed brick fence building. Laid on existing foundations, approximately 2450mm wide, it is only 6 rows high and then 2 piers (one at each end) that are a further 5 rows high. Metal work railings and a gate will then be installed by others. I have the bricks and I also have the mortar in 20kg bags. You will need your own tools after that and be able to mix the mortar, etc.