Ambrico’s “fake brick” system is an ideal blend of style and elegance with an affordable price.

WARREN, Michigan, April 29, 2010—Fake brick substitutes are an excellent new alternative to full-thickness bricks. Nationwide brick veneer supplier, Ambrico (, in Warren, Mich. now offers an entire catalog of brick veneer walls to give any home, interior, commercial, or industrial space across the U.S. a touch of sophistication and warmth.

Many Americans are now opting to install EZ Wall®, a Fake Brick Cladding System, opposed to wood vinyl or aluminum siding. In fact, since thin brick is virtually indistinguishable from full-thickness bricks, many buildings admired in several cities and neighborhoods across the U.S. may actually be made out of veneer brick.

Ambrico’s EZ Wall® fake brick system is a metal-panel system, great for indoors or outdoors, or where the building profile might suffer if an additional inch of cladding is installed. The fake bricks create a nearly identical look of genuine, kiln-fired brick without the typical issues of moisture migration and substrate incompatibility caused by fluctuating temperatures.

Offered in a wide selection of colors, sizes, and finishes, EZ Wall® allows purchasers to install the system anywhere with ease –– the materials weigh only 6.5 pounds per square foot. Upon purchase, customers will receive a helpful Ambrico installation video and detail book with a simple installation guide that anyone can follow to create their own brick walls with professional results. Once the final touches are completed, customers can enjoy the beautiful results of the EZ Wall® fake brick system for many years to come.

About Ambrico

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 fake brick, incorporating the look and feel of traditional brick veneer in a wide selection of brick colors, textures and finishes to complement the design and site requirements of any project. Visit for more information or to receive a quote.