NEW PRODUCTS in 2017
Be a trend-setter in your neighborhood or business! Here you will discover all our newest building products for residential and commercial projects including brick, stone, thin masonry and outdoor living features. Check back often to see what's fresh from the kiln!
Announced January 26th, 2017, Asher Grey is defined by a dominant gray appearance that is nicely contrasted with splashes of dark brown and hints of creamy white. The end result is a beautiful brick that is ideal for residential projects looking for a little character with lots of distinction.
BRYCE CANYON & COPPER CANYON
Announced February 21st, 2017, "Bryce Canyon" brick and "Copper Canyon" brick are the two newest colors of our industry-unique "Canyon Brick Series." Bryce Canyon's earthy body is highlighted with subtle cream-colored accents, making the series' trademark texture appear even more striking. True to its name, Copper Canyon has a definitive copper-colored face with varying degrees of light and dark tones that truly emulate the character of a furrowed landscape. Both colors are an excellent choice for new residential construction.
GATHERING 75 & ENTERTAINER 75 OUTDOOR FIRE PITS
Announced February 28th, 2017, two new fire pits have been added to our Outdoor Living Products. The Gathering 75 Square Fire Pit has the same elegance as the Gathering Grill only without the grill insert. The Entertainer 75 Round Fire Pit has all the charm of the original but with a more rugged look and slightly easier set-up. Both kits require only Beginner-level building knowledge to install.
IMPRESSIONIST BRICK SERIES
Announced August 2nd, 2017, "Impressionist Brick" harnesses historic brick architecture to achieve the ultimate contemporary masonry design. Defined by its exaggerated unit lengths and shallow face heights, Impressionist Brick is now available in three color tones with two distinct textures including: Andover, Bedford Brown, Keswick, Manchester, Rothwell, and Wexford Fog.
Sample photos shown above are intended to represent general color range and texture. Precise color fidelity is difficult to achieve digitally. Brick selection should be made from product samples.