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Demand for Thin Brick Systems is Rising Steadily

According to an evaluation done by American Brick Company (Ambrico) the demand for thin brick systems is continuing to rise steadily particularly in new construction and renovation projects.

Thin brick systems enable easy installation within a short period of time, allow easy maintenance and are affordable. As a result many builders who are looking to save money are opting for thin brick systems instead of brick facades that crumble or old sidings. Thin bricks are environment friendly and last for a very long time with the right installation and maintenance. The materials that are used in thin bricks make it look like new for a long period of time.

Ambrico states that brick veneer and thin bricks are the ideal choice for consumers who are looking for material that has the appearance of a brick but at the same time lasts for a long period of time. Leading thin brick systems have now been made available at Ambrico’s showroom in Warren, MI. The range of thin brick showcased here includes the Metro Brick, Robinson Brick and Coronado Stone. The showroom is equipped with a wide selection of brick veneer samples and has expert staff who provide free estimates and other information that builders and contractors would require regarding the installation and maintenance of thin bricks.

Source: http://www.ambrico.com

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