There are a lot of reasons to build with used brick. It comes with a long lifespan, it’s attractive, and it can be laid in a variety of patterns. Brick is an established material, and whether you’re building a home, a patio, a business, or any other kind of structure, used building bricks are always…
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.
Cobblestone paths that face a lot of foot traffic need to be tightly pieced together with mortar and gravel holding the stones together.
Using reclaimed brick will add a touch of nostalgia to any project.
People love backyard features. Not only do they transform a uniform space into different sections that are set aside for different functions, they make a backyard look bigger
Gardens are becoming more and more important as both a selling point and a beautiful feature in homes
There is something warm and inviting about brick. People have been using it as a building material for 7000 years, and while it has sometimes waned in popularity, it has always been a favorite stand-by.
Brick street pavers carry a lot of class and history. They bring a great rustic, industrial and classic look depending on the vibe you are going for.
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.