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Sizable Advantages of Belden Oversized Brick

 

Belden Oversized brick is ideal for hospitals, schools and many other commercial and institutional applications. Multiple sizes of brick units manufactured by The Belden Brick Company facilitate design flexibility and can be critical in addressing budgetary concerns. Belden Brick has several sizes and a large selection of colors available. Be sure to see the Interactive Pricing Guide to help you estimate the savings that can be attained by using Belden Oversized brick compared to standard or modular size units.

About Belden Bricks

As a nationally recognized leader in the brick manufacturing industry since 1885, The Belden Brick Company offers numerous types of chemically resistant, face and paving brick in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors and textures. Belden has established and sustained a widely recognized reputation for the quality of its products. Headquarters are located in Canton at 700 Tuscarawas Street, West and on the web at http://www.beldenbrick.com

Colors
Belden Brick is available in a world of colors including soft whites and creams, golden buffs and dusty tans, delicate pinks and cinnamon reds, chocolate browns, pewter grays and coal blacks. With so many colors to choose from your options are truly endless.

Sizes and Shapes
More sizes mean lower wall costs. With as many as sixteen different sizes to choose from Belden has the size you need. Plus, Belden has made thousands of special shapes to provide special details for individual projects. Need an "impossible" shape for your project? Then call Belden Brick and learn how the impossible can become reality.

Textures
Belden Brick offers thirteen different textures that range from silky smooth finishes to rugged randomly textured styles. Each texture can make its own distinctive contribution to the visual impact you seek.

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