Reduce Your Long-Term Costs

Unlike other building materials, brick requires almost no upkeep to maintain in perfect condition. No need to worry about applying a fresh coat of paint, repairing dents or tears, or fighting of the encroachment of mold, mildew and rot again. The National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) has rated brick masonry for a 100-year lifespan, though the many historical monuments made of brick form a visible testament to this material’s extended shelf life.

Additionally, brick possesses enhanced thermal mass, which is the ability of a material to absorb and store heat for release at a later time. This has the effect of alleviating strain on your HVAC system to maintain comfortable indoor temperatures year-round, leading to reduced electricity bills as well as maintenance and repair costs. Buildings with a high thermal mass lend themselves perfectly to green design, including installations of passive solar panels, further reducing your carbon footprint and out-of-pocket energy costs.

Reduce Your Long-Term Costs

Unlike other building materials, brick requires almost no upkeep to maintain in perfect condition. No need to worry about applying a fresh coat of paint, repairing dents or tears, or fighting of the encroachment of mold, mildew and rot again. The National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) has rated brick masonry for a 100-year lifespan, though the many historical monuments made of brick form a visible testament to this material’s extended shelf life.

Additionally, brick possesses enhanced thermal mass, which is the ability of a material to absorb and store heat for release at a later time. This has the effect of alleviating strain on your HVAC system to maintain comfortable indoor temperatures year-round, leading to reduced electricity bills as well as maintenance and repair costs. Buildings with a high thermal mass lend themselves perfectly to green design, including installations of passive solar panels, further reducing your carbon footprint and out-of-pocket energy costs.

A Smarter Investment

As a homeowner, you’ll want to ensure that any new build or renovation yields an optimal return on your investment. While other cladding materials such as manufactured stone or vinyl siding offer low initial costs, your expenses will mount over time as these materials begin to wear down. Clay brick, on the other hand, is the material that essentially pays you to build with it. For a marginally higher upfront price, you’ll get a lifetime of maintenance-free reliability, lower utility bills, reduced insurance premiums and ever-increasing property resale value.

Boost Your Property’s
Resale Value

Brick never goes out of style. Historical monuments and buildings illustrate the timelessness and permanence of brick. Regardless of market conditions, brick homes have repeatedly been shown to sell faster and for more money than their counterparts. Your choice to use brick will be guaranteed to boost your resale price considerably.

Boost Your Property’s
Resale Value

Brick never goes out of style. Adorning impressive façades on historical monuments and buildings, brick conjures a sense of timeless permanence. Regardless of market conditions, brick homes have repeatedly been shown to sell faster and for more money than their counterparts. By electing brick as your cladding material of choice, you are guaranteed to get your money back upon resale – and then some!

Invest in the Value of Your Home with Customized Brick.

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