Jenkins Brick and Tile Company

Jenkins Brick and Tile - Lexington Kentucky

Call Will Chapman

at 859-252-0836

or email our sales department at
Clay Ingels about Jenkins brick today.

Manufacturing brick since the late 1800s, Jenkins Brick is one of the oldest family-owned brick manufacturing companies in the building materials distribution industry. Today, Jenkins Brick operates 27 locations in five states across the US.

Green Building Practices

A mission of Jenkins Brick is to reduce environmental impact while simultaneously providing customers with the added benefit of sustainability through greater energy efficiency and lower costs over time. Creating products with a reduced impact on the natural environment is equally important as creating a healthy, green living environment for homes and commercial structures.

Jenkins Brick is one of only three brick manufacturers that obtains a majority of its kiln energy from landfill gas. Using landfill gas to fire its kilns, Jenkins Brick substantially decreases the impact of landfill gas on the environment. One manufacturing plant alone reduces carbon emissions by 19,000 metric tons annually. Its Montgomery and Jordan plants produce a total annual greenhouse gas reduction equivalent to planting 45,600 acres of forests, removing the emissions of 31,900 vehicles or preventing the consumption of 387, 450 barrels of oil.

For more information on Jenkins Brick sustainability efforts, click the following links to view the brochure for both its architectural and residential brick.

Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tile is unsurpassed as an environmentally friendly flooring material, providing energy efficiency and durability throughout the life of any residential home. Jenkins ceramic til is made entirely of natural recyclable materials that do not contain lead, allergens, or volatile organic compounds that cause poor air quality. Ceramic tile is also resistant to mold.

For more information on the sustainability of Jenkins Brick ceramic tile, click the following link to view a brochure.

Energy Star
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.
Clay Ingel's Hours
Monday-Friday 7 am - 4 pm

Design Center Phone
(859) 252-0836