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Growing Demand for Ambrico’s EZ-Wall and Thin Brick for Interior Spaces

American Brick Company, known as Ambrico, declared that its Warren headquarters progresses with increase in thin brick inventory that was initiated in response to an increased demand for an alternative to traditional clay brick products.

This will facilitate designers to craft characteristic and creative interior spaces. Ambrico EZ-Wall system and other thin brick products are currently more in demand.

Ambrico spokesperson, Brian Burns said that over a decade, the Ambrico EZ-Wall system and other thin brick products have gained popularity among the designers, stimulating the company’s inventory. In order to cater to the requirements of customers, the company introduces latest colors and designs from renowned product lines. By incorporating the designs and colors, the appearance of any interior space could be intensified with thin brick, giving a splendid appearance with less maintenance.

The company, in response to the increased demand for thin brick products, is intended in supplementing its extended collection of thin brick with new additions at its showroom. Thin brick is more or less a boon to constructors as it is capable of modifying the entire appearance of any interior space. According to Burns, the designers of the present scenario require durable, cost-effective and eco-friendly products, instead of the traditional ones.

Ambrico is based at Warren, Michigan. The company possesses a brickyard, showroom and manufacturing facility. Free information and estimates for builders and contractors are presented by the company in addition to brick veneer installation. The company’s sophisticated showroom exhibits a vast array of brick veneer samples.

Source: http://www.ambrico.com/

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