Down in Bowling Green (KY), the local Lee Brick and Block office supplied Simon Masonry, also of Bowling Green with these Marion Ceramic 300-Tavern Flash, from their (thin brick) Vee Brick line.
The Marion Ceramic website explains the use of thin brick for veneers like this:
” The use of thin brick veneer masonry has evolved over many years. Traditionally, thin brick have been installed in the same way as ceramic wall tile (i.e. on to a vertical substrate which could be masonry or interior or exterior stud wall – steel or wood). These types of installations continue to be used with the coursing of the veneer brick being set by a metal rack nailed to the wall, spacers or the rope method. Ceramic tile installation requirements should be followed for these types of installations. “
The thin brick veneer was attached using the Loxon Panel Attachment System, from Universal Brick Systems.
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For more information on using brick or thin-brick on your next construction project, stop by or call the nearest location of Lee Brick and Block today.