If your space does not have a brick underlying wall, you can use reclaimed brick to create an authentic-looking exposed brick wall.
The sheer amount of options of reclaimed pavers can offer a solution to any space you might have on your property regardless of the climate you live in.
Brick veneer adds another layer of insulation to interior walls that can keep out drafts and regulate heat
within the area.
Antique paving bricks are the flat, relatively thin bricks that builders used to cover roads and driveways in the mid-1800’s. They were an excellent way to control the mud so that carriages didn’t get stuck, and they were relatively easy to clean.
Using reclaimed brick will add a touch of nostalgia to any project.
Retaining walls are those walls you see holding back dirt. They can make a property with a steep slope manageable by creating terraces and keeping dirt in place.
It’s a new year, and you have resolved that this time, you will improve your yard. This is a laudable goal: too many yards get overgrown and tired.
If there is one great thing about upcycling, it is the endless horizons that it opens up for your imagination.
Historically authentic cobblestone driveways and footpaths are one of the best ways to add to the atmosphere and restoration of historical residences. But commercial properties can also benefit tremendously from transforming their properties with historically sourced cobblestones
Commercial or institutional buildings do not have to be dull. They can be inspiring, and one thing they can inspire people to do is use brick floors.