Why Choose Brick

Cherokee Brick custom brick interior


Brick is a Smarter Investment.

You won’t find another building material with a lower life-cycle cost than brick.  In fact, brick hardly requires any maintenance at all, since it resists harsh weather elements and never needs repainting. Insurance companies love brick houses, because they pose much less of a risk for damage and loss, resulting in savings on homeowner’s insurance.

Brick has been around for thousands of years, and it doesn’t look to be going out of fashion any time soon. With rustic good looks and timeless class, brick houses only ever increase in value. When considering the aforementioned savings together with enhanced resale value, it becomes clear that brick is the material you can’t afford NOT to build with!

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Go Green with Red Brick.

Brick is a naturally excellent insulator and maximizes thermal efficiency of your home and your budget while minimizing your environmental footprint.
Cherokee Brick’s manufacturing process starts directly from Georgia soil. We source all of our materials locally, reducing greenhouse emissions from transportation. As a result, our process yields no waste in raw materials, while our kilns run exclusively on both natural and methane gas that is diverted from local landfills.
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50-50 blend of Chiciago Used and Old St. Louis


Commercial Exterior Brick

Residential bricks above garage

Residential home elevation with Cherokee Bricks


Durable Protection from Fire, Wind, Water and Mold.

Your home isn’t just another investment, it is a shelter and refuge for you and your family. When planning a new build or a renovation, you’ll want to choose a building material that has been empirically shown to withstand damage from harsh weather elements, fire and the encroachment of natural threats like mold, insects and rot. Only clay brick possesses the protective features that steadily outperform all other wall cladding materials. The lack of maintenance requirements ensures that your home and loved ones will remain safe and sound for years to come.
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