Brick Veneers Asheville NC

Composed of concrete, fiber, and color pigments, these brick veneers sold in the market in Asheville have the look and feel of natural brick at a fraction of the thickness, weight, and cost of the originals.

Century Contracting
(704) 357-0041
3314 Cessna Rd
Charlotte, NC
 
Area Drywall
(704) 423-5700
4119 Rose Lake Dr
Charlotte, NC
 
Bonitz Inc.
(704) 262-6400
4539 Enterprise Drive NW
Charlotte, NC
 
B-Ayni Contractors Inc
(704) 537-1467
12516 Mallard Creek Rd
Charlotte, NC
 
Dellinger F W Inc
(919) 851-1867
20 Oakdale Dr
Raleigh, NC
 
AES
(919) 772-3313
3640 Banks Rd
Raleigh, NC
 
City Builders
(704) 525-1424
4324 Barringer Dr
Charlotte, NC
 
Authentic Drywall & Remodeling, Inc
(704) 536-3444
6030 The Plaza
Charlotte, NC
 
Impact Drywall & Paint Inc
(919) 422-0918
7833 Harps Millwoods Run
Raleigh, NC
 
Carolina Builders Corp
(704) 536-4491
5428 N Sharon Amity Rd
Charlotte, NC
 

Brick Veneers

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Source: MASONRY CONSTRUCTION MAGAZINE
Publication date: May 1, 2007

By MASONRY CONSTRUCTION Staff

Veneer creates natural brick appearance

Composed of concrete, fiber, and color pigments, these brick veneers have the look and feel of natural brick at a fraction of the thickness, weight, and cost of the originals. Four thin brick textures – antique, smooth, used, and wirecut – are available in 11 colors, as well as custom options that can match almost any requirement.

Sawn limestone economical to use

The Vanderbilt Classic is solid full-bed sawn veneer that offers the strong, clean limestone look at about half the price of custom cut stone. It uses traditional brick ties and is easily trimmed onsite for corner, door, and window openings. Showcasing light buff and gray shadowing, the veneer comes in large standard sizes, as well as custom versions for commercial and residential construction.

Mortar designed for veneer applications

Specifically formulated for veneer applications and tuckpointing of stone and thin brick, Veneer Stone mortar is a contractor-grade blend of portland cement, hydrated lime, and masonry sand. The mortar is designed for use in mortar joint applications, as a bonding coat to adhere stone to a wall, and as a 3/8-in. to ½-in. scratch coating.

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