Brick street pavers are making a comeback with many home buyers. The market for these vintage or “old-world” bricks has largely grown because of advanced manufacturing technology. As a result, consumers …
Tips For Using Antique Pavers
If there is one great thing about upcycling, it is the endless horizons that it opens up for your imagination.
What You Can Do With Reclaimed Bricks Outside
Say you have a bunch of bricks from quaint Midwestern streets or old construction, and you want to touch up your backyard.
Proper Brick Care Keeps Historical Bricks Beautiful
Once you’ve decided to create a beautiful feature at your home with reclaimed historical bricks, your next concern will be how to maintain the beauty.
Make Your Outdoor Fireplace Beautiful With Reclaimed Firebrick
A Fireplace on your patio has a lot of uses. They make great places to circle around when the weather outside is clear but chilly.
Antique Cobblestone Pavers: Giving Old World Charm To Your New Home
Your home is a very special place. And when you are looking for a way to give your home a distinguished and beautiful look, antique cobblestone pavers are just the way to do that.
Learning How to Lay a Brick Sidewalk
If you are looking for a beautiful way to enhance the look of your home, then you really need to consider a brick sidewalk.
Build Your New Home With Reclaimed Brick
What happens when you can’t find a home that is exactly what you want? Well the answer for many people is to simply build your own home. This not only solves the problem of giving you all the features and bells and whistles that you want, but also gives you the pride of creating something unique to you.
The Top Reasons to use Granite Cobblestone Pavers
When incorporating pavers into a building project, you will have many choices for natural stone materials to pick from. A popular option great for a variety of building projects are …
The Architectural Appeal of Old Chicago Brick
In architectural circles, Old Chicago’s fame derives from famous architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Daniel Burnham, and the incomparable building material known as Old Chicago brick.