WARREN, MI, February 22, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ — Spring is in the air, and many home and business owners are starting to plan their spring and summer renovation projects, according to American Brick Company (Ambrico). As one of the leading specialists in thin brick installation, Ambrico commonly works with building contractors and project managers on new construction and renovation projects in the company’s new showroom in Warren. The Ambrico showroom is now open just in time for those spring building projects, with a large space that features the latest thin brick products from some of the leaders in the industry, including Glen-Gery Brick, Robinson Brick, Metro Brick, Summitville, McNear Brick, Metro Brick and Endicott Clay Products.
According to Ambrico, thin brick installations continue to grow in popularity, as builders are being challenged to find environmentally sound products to replace traditional clay bricks. The products that are used in Ambrico thin brick installations are known as “faux brick” or thin brick veneer, and are made up of 40%-100% recycled materials. These faux brick products have a substantially lower environmental impact and are more affordable when compared with traditional bricks, making them a popular solution for those looking to save money on products that are still highly durable and attractive.
In recent years, Ambrico has completed thin brick installations for a number of high profile clients, including the MLB and NFL, McDonalds, LA Fitness and national hospitals. The company provides both the products and the installation services, making it easy for customers to have access to helpful information and assistance with completing their project on time and within budget.
Ambrico is headquartered in Warren, Michigan and includes a showroom, brickyard and manufacturing facility. The company offers free estimates and information for anyone interested in a new thin brick installation, and has a large selection of thin brick products to choose from. For more information, please visit www.ambrico.com.