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  • Eco-Friendly Pavers
  • Source: BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine 12/14/2010
  • Utilizing 40% fly ash, the manufacturer's pavers and architectural facing bricks offer the look of traditional clay products while requiring 50% to 85% less energy to produce, the company says. The pavers (shown) come in standard and tumbled finishes in eight colors, as well as a Holland line with chamfers and lugs. More
  • Brick Landscape System
  • Source: ebuild 8/27/2010
  • This landscape system consists of a grid and composite brick that allows contractors to construct outdoor areas quickly and easily. Both the grid and the bricks are made from up to 95 percent recycled car tires and plastic containers. Measuring 4 inches by 8 inches, the bricks can be installed in large areas quickly, and their light weight makes them good for rooftop decks. Cost: $6.99 per square foot. VAST Enterprises. 612-234-8958. More

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  • Building Designers Across the Country Go Green with Brick
  • Source: ebuild 8/14/2007
  • As today's homebuyers look for places to raise a family or spend their retirement years, they are increasingly choosing "green" - environmentally friendly - products. Since brick is well-noted for its sustainability, timeless appeal and aesthetic qualities, General Shale Brick was featured in two national projects that draw attention to green building practices. More
  • Eye-Catching Driveway Adds to Home's Allure
  • Source: ebuild 7/26/2007
  • In the past, homeowners and designers could take their best guess on what a brick driveway, patio or sidewalk would look like. But now, a new product called PaverScape" Visualizing Software, available through Pine Hall Brick distributors, gives an accurate picture of the project before the first paver is laid. Schwind said it works this way: Take a digital picture of your driveway. Bring your camera and the cable used to connect it to a computer to your nearest Pine Hall Brick distributor, which can be found at www.pinehallbrick.com. More

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