The EZ-Wall® artificial brick system makes it simple to install brick panels that look identical to full-thickness brick.
WARREN, Michigan, July 19, 2010— The thin brick specialists at Ambrico (http://ambrico.com) are providing their EZ Wall® solution to homes and commercial buildings and delivering the warmth and beauty of full-thickness brick without the high cost and strenuous effort associated with installation.
The EZ Wall® thin brick system is designed for user friendliness and can be completed by just about anyone. Upon purchase, Ambrico provides an installation guide, video, and detail book to help instruct users on how to achieve the ideal brick look effortlessly and efficiently.
The American Brick Company’s brick veneer cladding system has been used across the country and around the world on a wide range of commercial and retail projects, as well as re-facing and remodeling projects.
For over 30 years, Ambrico has been incorporating the look and feel of traditional thin brick into a variety of structures. Customers can choose from an array of colors, finishes, and textures, and is appropriate for any home-improvement project. The Ambrico system works for commercial spaces as well, lending to all buildings the classic, elegant look that brick walls provide, with the affordability of Ambrico’s brick veneer.
Across the United States, home and business owners are turning to Ambrico’s simulated brick to enjoy all the classic beauty of traditional brick at a fraction of the price. For the professional or the do-it-yourselfer, the EZ Wall® veneer brick system is the easiest way to brick installation that will stand the test of time.
Serving the entire United States from its home base in Warren, Michigan, Ambrico uses its patented EZ Wall® engineered thin brick system to economically replace and accent all types of siding products with genuine clay, kiln-fired thin brick, incorporating the look and feel of traditional brick veneer in a wide product selection to complement the design and site requirements of any project. Visit http://ambrico.com for more information or to receive a quote.