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Facing brick is the king of finishing materials.

Facing brick is a facing building material with an advantageous combination of high quality and reasonable price. It will help you to give beauty and originality to any structure, and will also become indispensable for the restoration of old buildings, preserve their artistic and historical value.

With the help of front facing bricks, you can perfectly decorate the facade of any building, give it beauty and originality, and also effectively protect the house from the harmful effects of precipitation, weathering and moisture.

Facing bricks are produced in standard sizes (250x120x65 mm), narrow (250x56x65 mm) and thin (250x22x65 mm). The use of narrow or thin bricks for interior decoration instead of the standard one allows, to a large extent, to reduce the volume of the wall, and, therefore, not to occupy an extra usable volume of the room.

Facing brick is an environmentally friendly wall building material with high wear resistance and does not require seasonal maintenance. Performing construction work using facing bricks, you not only get a strong and reliable facade for your building, but also give it a unique and attractive look. Currently, among the modern facing materials on the market, this type of brick is one of the best in terms of its properties and qualities.

Quality indicators and low production costs make facing bricks an increasingly popular facing building material around the world. For example, in some European countries, its share in the total production of building materials is about 80%.

Facing brick is a versatile building material, as it can be used for interior and exterior work, it does not require additional processing, and it has a low price.

The basic materials in the manufacture of hyper-pressed facing bricks are limestone-shell rock, and for ceramic facing bricks – high-quality clay. Thanks to special impurities and additives, it is possible to obtain a wide variety of textures, shapes and color shades, which is an undoubted advantage of facing bricks. Architects and designers have long been widely using facing bricks to embody bright and original architectural ideas, create beautiful and unique objects.

Along with a wide selection of tinting and colors, facing facade bricks are also produced with various relief structures of the front surfaces – from the usual smooth to those that have a different relief. If, during construction, facing bricks with a special surface texture are used, then buildings and structures can be given their own special, unlike anyone else’s original look.

Facing bricks are currently produced in the following types:

– ceramic facing brick – designed for the construction of partitions, walls, facade cladding, etc.;

– clinker facade brick – has high strength and increased resistance to wear, is mainly used for arranging plinths, foundations and walls;

– hyper-pressed brick – has a smooth or embossed front surface, is widely used in the construction of fences, the construction of walls and facade cladding.

Due to the optimal price-quality ratio, excellent physical and technical properties, ideal performance characteristics, facing brick is currently one of the most profitable modern facing building materials.