Warren, MI (PRWEB) July 03, 2013
Thin brick company Ambrico has released a case study on a thin brick renovation project completed at the historic Second Baptist church in Detroit. The new case study looks at the recent renovation of the popular, multi-level church, which utilized Ambrico’s EZ-Wall thin brick installation system to restore the exterior of the building. Durable, maintenance free thin brick that mimics the original look of the building was used to restore the historic structure’s appearance, offering an affordable alternative to repairing and installing traditional brick. Brad Sorock, Ambrico spokesman said, “To maintain the historic look of the Second Baptist Church, we utilized architectural grade EZ Wall Panels and attractive thin brick in order to create a strong, durable facade that looks just traditional brick work. By utilizing this method, we were able to produce a brick-like appearance at a fraction of the cost, and without the added weight of full brick.”
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 churches, restaurants and other commercial buildings using thin brick and the EZ-Wall System. The thin brick products that Ambrico sells are easy to install with the EZ-Wall Thin Brick Installation System at either residential or commercial locations, and many jobs 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 is a popular option for historic building renovations as well.
Headquartered in 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.