Vermont Brick has developed an efficient, proprietary method of producing clinkers deliberately. All clinker brick available is of limited supply but Highgate Series Clinkers are even more exclusive due to the conservative capacity of the facility.
Highgate Center, VT (PRWEB) April 03, 2013
Vermont Brick, established in 1994, announces its new website, http://www.vermontbrick.com where visitors will find more information about their new product offering of Highgate Series Clinker bricks. This new offering is now featured alongside existing options of water-struck pavers and face bricks, which come in a wide variety of unique ranges.
Clinkers, once widely available and in selective demand by discerning buyers across many parts of North America have been very difficult to acquire since the early 1970s. Their recognizable characteristics feature an extreme visual distortion of a brick’s customary rectangular dimensions – traditionally an unplanned result of uneven heat dispersal throughout a kiln.
Over time, many brick manufacturers developed techniques to minimize kiln inefficiencies which, in turn, eliminated production of clinkers. Vermont Brick has developed an efficient, proprietary method of producing clinkers deliberately. All clinker brick available is of limited supply but Highgate Series Clinkers are even more exclusive due to the conservative capacity of the facility. Pervasive to the point of being a cultural icon, water-struck buildings which pre-date the birth of Thomas Jefferson or Paul Revere remain in daily use in Boston to this day. More recently, water-struck brick was utilized on projects in Chicago, Minnesota, Oklahoma and California.
Visitors can now view these brick products in a gallery of projects on the new website. From private residences to public schools, Vermont Brick produces classic brick with modern technology and ingenuity.
As the first Vermont manufacturer in 75 years to produce the distinctive style of brick known as “water-struck” and the first ever to produce clinker brick deliberately, Vermont Brick has built a loyal following, providing the face to many of the region’s most admired buildings. To learn more about Vermont Brick, visit http://www.vermontbrick.com.
For more information, please contact info(at)vermontbrick(dot)com.