Efflorescence, those salt deposits that we frequently see on the surfaces of masonry, roof tile or concrete has been causing problems in aesthetics and structural integrity for many years.
(PRWEB) May 29, 2013
A new report on Efflorescence has been released by Ambrico, the leading provider of thin brick and brick veneer products recently announced. Brad Sorock, Ambrico spokesman said, “Efflorescence, those salt deposits that we frequently see on the surfaces of masonry, roof tile or concrete has been causing problems in aesthetics and structural integrity for many years.” According to the article, there are several common building materials that are known as possible sources of efflorescence, including sand and crushed rock, while others, such as stone and sand are not. Sorock said, “Our new article offers up some new information about this common issue, and also presents a few different solutions for how to deal with it.”
Ambrico offers a full line of thin brick and brick veneer products that are designed for use on just about any type of construction project. The company has completed renovations on schools, hospitals and sports arenas using thin brick and the EZ-Wall System. The thin brick that Ambrico sells is easy to install with the EZ Wall Thin Brick Installation System. Depending on how big the job is, most small projects can be completed in a matter of hours or just a few days. It’s a fast, affordable solution for renovating a space or adding the finishing touches to a new construction project, and thanks to Ambrico’s latest partnership, it’s even easier to get the best products for the job.
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.