BRICK & MASONRY
Pine Hall Brick

Pine Hall Brick - Lexington Kentucky

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at 859-252-0836

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

Pine Hall Brick has provided quality commercial and residential brick to customer for over 85 years. Pine Hall Brick's collection of over 100 different types of face brick, pavers, and special shape brick for veneer wall and paving applications, are distributed in over 35 states nationwide.

Pine Hall Face Brick

Classic Series

Fired at more than 2,000 degrees, bricks in the Classic Series collection have enduring strength and color. Offered in a rich blend of colors, the Classic Series is an affordable straight edge brick that adds a classic look to your home or building project.

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Guildcraft Series

Guildcraft Series bricks offer a rich, rought texture in the Pine Hall Brick line of oversize facebrick.

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Heritage Series - Georgia Plant

Rich, warm colors and handcrafted textures give this series of premium brick an antique look with contemporary style. Hues of red, rose, brown, and burgundy give you the perfect color choice for your new home.

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Magnolia Series

Our newest series of facebrick has handmade textures to add depth and richness to each brick. More economical than the Heritage Series, this line will provide even more color options for your new home.

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Old World Series

The Old World Series is a special brick manufactured using a process that creates a "round edge" look. Tumbling the brick after firing is a technique used for hundreds of years to create a European, French, or country cottage look that combines beautifully with rock, shingles, and other materials. Old World Series brick offer an antique look with the same durability as other Pine Hall brick.

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Textured Series

The Pine Hall Textured Series is cast with subtle shadows to create dimension and beauty. Scoring the brick with a variety of patterns and textures creates a soft, elegant appearance.

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ThinClad Thin Veneer Facebrick

A ½" thick modular thin veneer facebrick, ThinClad is a great choice for kitchens, wine cellars, or any project that can't handle the depth of a full size facebrick.

Tidewater Series

Capture the warmth of early American homemade brick with Pine Hall Brick's Tidewater Series of authentic oversize tumbled brick. The Tidewater Series is the most popular facebrick and offers a complete line of matching shapes and arches to create an inspiring design.

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Traditional Series

Pine Hall's Traditional Series maintains a timeless look of tradition. The Traditional Series' color palette of rich, warm reds to red blends with touches of black and white, guarantees years of style and elegance.

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Vintage Collection

Pine Hall Brick's Vintage Collection is an oversize simulated tumbled brick that gives you the look of an authentic tumbled brick but at a more attractive price. With all new color selections, this series is sure to have a style that's just right for your home.

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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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