AMP Brick & Stone Announces New Improved Web Site for Architects and One-Year Anniversary of Company New Ownership

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A new web site and resource for Texas architects featuring architectural masonry products and extensive project photo galleries has launched from AMP Brick & Stone of Tomball, Texas.

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AMP Brick & Stone, LLC, located in Houston and Austin, Texas, announces the availability of their new, responsive, photo-rich web site at and the one year anniversary of new ownership by David Hester.

The AMP Brick web site is mobile friendly, optimized, and now features thousands of product and project photos in its galleries and portfolios. More than 40 manufacturers are represented in the site. There is no other online resource like this for Texas architects and masons. The website is free to use:

“Finding current product information and good architectural photos is often a scavenger hunt and eats up way too much time. The new web site is a very valuable resource to anyone choosing or sourcing brick and stone: the photos can be copied or pinned easily, PDFs are downloadable, every web page is mobile-optimized, and every manufacturer we represent has both project photos and product photos posted now,” commented David Hester, AMP Brick & Stone’s president.

AMP Brick is a leading distributor of branded brick and stone to architects and masons building in Houston and Austin, and carries lines such as Carolina Ceramics, Hanson, Hebron, CalStar Products, Glen-Gery Brick, McNear Thin Brick, Cloud Ceramics, Veneer Stone, Cordova, Coronado Stone, General Shale, Arriscraft, and natural limestone and sandstone. AMP Brick has sales representation in Houston, Austin and San Antonio areas. Projects sourced by AMP Brick & Stone include the new HEB in The Woodlands, TX; a new elementary school in Georgetown, TX; the MSC at Texas A&M at College Station; the George Foundation, Methodist Hospital, VA Hospital, Texas Children’s Hospital and Rice University in Houston.
AMP Brick has been in business since 2001 and was acquired in April 2014 by David Hester, an industry veteran.

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