Part of the simplicity of thin brick is that it can be used in so many different projects.
Warren, MI (PRWEB) September 27, 2011
American Brick Company (Ambrico) recently reported that the use of clay bricks in construction projects is decreasing among America’s builders, as the construction industry looks for ways to stay on budget, while also providing a high-quality solution for any type of building design. Ambrico has been ahead of the trend for over 50 years, delivering the company’s in-house thin brick installation system to some of the area’s most prominent development projects. “Part of the simplicity of thin brick is that it can be used in so many different projects,” according to one of the Ambrico salespeople stationed at the company’s Warren showroom. ‘Our customers are amazed not only by the huge selection of designs and colors that are available, but also by the price.”
The Ambrico showroom, which features samples from leading thin brick providers, including McNear Brick and Block and Hanson VersaThin, has seen steady business since opening earlier this year, a sign that the demand for thin brick as a replacement for clay bricks in all types of new constructions and renovation projects isn’t slowing down anytime soon. The company reports that they are frequently adding to the vast array of offerings for thin brick distribution at their showroom, making it easy for customers to find exactly what they want. Whether it’s a traditional, classic design, or a modern take on an old favorite, thin brick offers everything that builders are looking for to complete their project.
Headquartered in Warren, Michigan, Ambrico includes a showroom, brickyard and manufacturing facility. The company offers free estimates and information for builders and contractors interested in learning more about brick veneer installation, and also maintains a large selection of brick veneer samples to view in the state-of-the -art Ambrico showroom. For more information, please visit ambrico.com.