Metropolitan Ceramics Offers Thin Brick

Thin brick presents a number of advantages when compared to the use of full bed brick. The natural resources/energy saved in production, shipping, and construction are prime examples. And thin brick can be installed around the home or business using tile setting methods. With thin brick, you can quickly and easily add a real brick veneer virtually anywhere. Metropolitan Ceramics now includes two thin brick lines in its product offering.

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Royal Thin Brick (left) and METROBRICK Fast Ship (right) are two excellent options for creating a brick installation with thin brick using tile set methods. Both are now available from Metropolitan Ceramics.

Royal Thin Brick is a tumbled product, giving each brick a unique worn and distressed appearance. The bricks are Queen Size (2 3/4″ x 7 5/8″) – taller than modular brick for a more robust look. Corner pieces are also available. Royal Thin Brick is the perfect choice for adding a decorative brick element to any design. A brick accent wall, kitchen back-splash, or fireplace surround are some examples. Royal can be used indoors and out for both floors and walls. With Royal Thin Brick you can add real brick anywhere around the home or business.

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METROBRICK® Fast Ship is TBX Grade thin brick with strict sizing and tolerances. The face is  wire cut texture. Size is modular (21/4″ x 7 5/8″). Corner and edge cap pieces are also available. The program is comprised of seven colors. The color palette includes a charcoal color and two (flashed) range color products. Use METROBRICK anywhere a clean brick finish is desired both indoors and out. Examples include as an accent wall, to change the look of a concrete slab walkway or patio, enhance the appearance of a foundation, or add curb appeal the front of the building.

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You can learn more about these and other Metropolitan Ceramics products by visiting www.metroceramics.com

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