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What Are The Benefits of Brick?

Timeless in style-ability: Brick offers an elegant, timeless look that improves as it ages.Brick comes in a variety of colors, textures and finishes that won't fade with time.

Low maintenance: A brick structure will never need to be repainted. It won't be in danger of rotting, and termites and other pests will not damage brick. This durability not only makes bricka convenient and worry-free choice, but also saves owners money over time.

Energy Efficient: Brick is more energy efficient than other building materials. It will help keep structures cool in the summer and warm in the winter and also lower energy bills. Energy bills of brick structures can be eight percent less than those in vinyl structures.

Lower insurance rates: Since brick is durable, fire resistant and pest resistant, insurance costs are often lower for brick structures. Over time, this discount can help recover the initial cost of brick.

Noise barrier: Brick walls block out noises from outside more effectively than other building materials, which creates a peaceful and calm atmosphere inside the structure the initial cost of brick.

Higher resale value: The elegance and efficiency of brick make it a top selling point in real estate. Choosing brick will ultimately increase the value of the structure, making it easier and more lucrative to resell.

What Are The Benefits of Stone?

Appearance: Stone exteriors tend to have esteemed appearances. In some cases stone suggests formal, classical elegance. When builders use rougher, more unfinished pieces of stone the effect can be to make the structure appear to be rustic and integrated into its natural surroundings. Stone suggests strength and permanence. Designers sometimes use stone walls for only a portion of the exterior, pairing it with siding, shingles or brick for creative appearances that stand out .

Versatility: Stone is available in a wide range of styles, colors and textures. This gives designers and builders a great deal of freedom, as well as gives owners a chance to select from several architectural styles all within the realm of stone.

Durability: Stone is an extremely durable building material. As an exterior surface, Stone resists wear from wind, rain and ice. It also resists fading from the sun. Stone walls are impervious to insect damage, which isn't true of wood siding. Stone exteriors won't rot when exposed to moisture. They are able to withstand fire, reducing the severity of damage and the cost of repairs. Owners with stone walls have no need to replace siding or paint the exterior, both of which are costly and time-consuming jobs.

Environmental Benefits: Because stone structures last so long, they reduce the need to harvest new materials from nature or add old material to landfills. Stone structures can benefit the environment when builders choose to use stone brick structures. Over time, this discount can help recover the initial cost of brick.

Noise barrier: Brick walls block out noises from outside more effectively than other building materials, which creates a peaceful and calm atmosphere inside the structure the initial cost of brick.

Higher resale value: The elegance and efficiency of brick make it a top selling point in real estate. Choosing brick will ultimately increase the value of the structure, making it easier and more lucrative to resell.

Fireplace Equipment

  • Masonry Fireplace Kits
  • Fireplace inserts (Gas and Wood burning)
  • Fireclay
  • Dampers
  • Firebrick (Full and thin)


Masonry Products

  • TXI
  • Lehigh
  • Alamo
  • Lathing (Wire Mesh and Spiderlath)
  • Brick Ties
  • Lintels
  • Masonry Sand (White and Regular)


Landscaping Supplies

  • Pea Gravel
  • Black Star Gravel
  • Mulch (Red, Black, Hardwood)
  • Decomposed Granite
  • Crushed Concrete
  • River Rock (Small and Large)
  • Petrified Wood
  • Moss Boulders
  • Flagstone
  • 1” Granite
  • Organic Topsoil
  • Organic Bedding Mix
  • Fill Dirt


Masonry Cleaners and Sealers

  • Vanatrol
  • Surclean 600 Detergent
  • Manufactured Stone Cleaner
  • Natural Stone Cleaner
  • Durasheen
  • Paver Enhancer
  • Siloxane PD