Brick is Universal
The neat, clean and warm appearance of brick always makes it the favorite choice when comparing the variety of siding possibilities. Brick reflects a standard of quality, strength, and durability. The many textures, colors and special shapes of brick lend it to a variety of design possibilities. Always in fashion, brick grows more beautiful with age.
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Brick Is Affordable
In spite of preconceived notions, building with brick is very affordable. Generally speaking, the cost of a brick structure should not be more than 2 or 3% more than the cost of a comparable building with other siding. Ask your sales representative for recent figures comparing brick to a variety of other materials. You’ll be astounded how well brick can fit into your budget!
Brick Saves Money Long Term
The durability and lasting beauty of brick eliminates the need to have expensive painting, staining, and/or repair work every four to five years. You can save thousands of dollars over the life of your home! The fact that brick won’t bum, rust, corrode, buckle, warp, bend or dent, makes it just about the only product that truly performs up to its expectations and grows more beautiful with age.
Invest in Building with Brick
A brick home or building is always worth more money. On average, a brick home will appraise at least 6% higher in value when compared to a similar home with other siding. Any Realtor will tell you that it has a quicker resale potential also. Since brick does not burn, you could possibly pay 32% less for fire insurance premiums.
A brick veneer structure can improve the thermal efficiency and reduce energy requirements of existing walls by as much as 30%. This means greater comfort, too… you’ll be warmer in winter and cooler in summer.
- Statesville Brick Company
- Ragland Clay Products, LLC
- Triangle Brick
- NB – Nash Brick
- Kentwood Brick & Tile Manufacturing Company, Inc.
- Sioux City Brick Since 1913
- Old Carolina Brick Company
- Green Family Materials (formerly Old Mississippi Brick & Heart Pine Company)
- Old Virginia Brick since 1890
- Marion Ceramics Since 1885