Boral Brick Pavers and Face Brick

Boral Brick

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Boral Bricks come in a variety of rough and smooth textures, in colors that range from nearly white to deep burgundy brown. For architectural interest, add colored mortars, brick shapes, and Boral brick pavers. Manufactured from clay and shale, Boral bricks are durable, low-maintenance, energy efficient, and offer homes a resale value 6% higher than comparable homes with other siding products.

Durable—Boral bricks are guaranteed a lifetime of durability and strength.

Low-Maintenance—Boral bricks do not require painting or patching. Brick products are guaranteed to not fade, warp, or rot, and are also resistant to termites.

Energy Efficient—Boral Bricks prevent air infiltration and provides insulation from exterior temperature changes, outside noise and traffic sounds.

Boral Brick Product Categories

Boral's Beautiful Face Brick takes clay from the Boral clay deposits resulting in a wide variety of texture and colors.

17th Century Brick are antique style bricks formed in a wooden mold covered with sand dust, so each brick is unique and appears to have been aged hundreds of years.

PastelCote is a unique type of brick construction that gives a seasoned texture and solid color to a virtually maintenance-free exterior. It comes in six subtle shades and works beautifully with other building materials such as stone and cedar shake.

Boral Pavers are all natural clay with 9 colors and 3 distinctive styles.

Boral Thin Brick is designed to give you the fantastic texture and appearance of a true handmade brick, and is available in four colors.

ReCote is a textured masonry coating that adds long lasting color, a beautiful matte finish, and a rich sanded texture in a single coat. There are 30 distinct colors to choose from.

Clay Pavers photo gallery

The following photo gallery features Boral Pavers in the following colors:

  • Bourbon Street
  • Burgundy
  • Cape Town
  • Heartland Flashed
  • Parquet Tan
  • Peachtree Avenue
  • Red
  • Santee Gray
  • Savannah Brown
  • Straight Edge
  • Antique Edge
  • Beveled Edge

Boral Brochures (PDF)

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Did you know?
Some people think that building a brick home will cause them to go beyond their budget. Fact is, a brick home usually costs only 3-5% more to build than a vinyl siding home, but over the long term, it actually saves money in maintenance.
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