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Cost-Effective Acme ThinBRIK from Ambrico

American Brick (Ambrico) has added Acme Brick ThinBRIK, a high quality, durable and affordable fired-clay brick to its list of thin brick products.

Acme Brick comes in many attractive colors and requires no maintenance. Its economical edge makes it suitable for both commercial and residential purpose. It is an alternate to clay bricks as it is light-weight, and handling and installation is also made easy. It also gives a long-lasting yet a new look to both exteriors and interiors without any maintenance. The wide range of colors is another attractive feature of the ThinBRIK.

The company’s Denver manufacturing facility produces this Acme ThinBRIK. According to the company spokesperson, the design of the Acme ThinBRIK enables quick installation which is a contrast to the usual clay brick which in general have short-life as they fade and develop cracks in course of time. Mounting of the ThinBRIK is done by employing a metal panel installation system with grouting that makes the ThinBRIK durable with little maintenance.

In addition to the manufacturing facility, Ambrico has a brickyard and a showroom. The showroom showcases samples of brick veneer in large. Contractors and builders interested in learning about the brick veneer installation can get information and free estimation from the company. The company is headquartered in Warren, Michigan.

Source: http://www.ambrico.com

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