There are many benefits of Thin Brick products over traditional materials, and we've highlighted some of the ecological impacts of Thin Brick in this new article.
Detroit, MI (PRWEB) August 24, 2013
"Build Green", an article highlighting the environmental & economic benefits of Thin Brick veneers, was recently released by Ambrico, the nation's leading provider of brick veneer products. The article features real-world data presented in easy to read charts, and links to other resources supporting the ecological benefit of brick and Thin Brick products.
Brad Sorock, spokesman for Ambrico, said: "There are many benefits of Thin Brick products over traditional materials, and we've highlighted some of the ecological impacts of Thin Brick in this new article. We also take a look at how much money one can save in the procurement, transportation, and shipping of these veneers over traditional brick."
Ambrico’s line of products features the hallmark Thin Brick and brick veneer products that are designed for use in any kind of construction application. The company’s client portfolio includes renovations on sports arenas, hospitals, and schools that utilize the thin brick and EZ-Wall System. Ambrico Thin Brick is easy to install with the EZ Wall Thin Brick Installation System. Depending on the magnitude of the job, most small projects can be completed in a matter of hours or just a few days. It’s a simple, affordable solution for renovating a space or adding the finishing touches to a new construction project.
The new article can be read here.
Thin Brick is lauded for being fractions of the weight - and fractions of the price - of normal brick products, making its impact on the environment, the builder, and the builder's wallet much smaller! Additional benefits of Thin Brick includes its self-supporting ability – it does not add any load or modify the structural integrity of the building, and can be put in place after the rest of the building has been erected. Although Thin Brick is not made to be load-bearing, its price, ease of use, and flexibility is great for modern architects and builders.