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Concrete cladding brick METRO® : RANGE COLORS
for facadesmoothaged

concrete cladding brick
concrete cladding brick
concrete cladding brick
concrete cladding brick
concrete cladding brick
concrete cladding brick
concrete cladding brick
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Characteristics

Material
concrete
Location
for facade
Finish
smooth, aged, sandblasted
Color
red, gray, brown, sand
Aspect
brick look
Options
decorative, colored

Description

Beautiful, Economical, and Fast Brick Snaps® inlay system is a revolutionary way to integrally cast thick brick into precast or tilt-up concrete in a way that can save a business money and time while also producing a superior structure. In 1971, Scott System introduced a variety of methods that is successful in integrally-casting thin brick into concrete. Since then, we have continued to improve these methods of producing brick-embedded concrete by making our products easier to install, more cost-effective, and readily available. Alternatives, such as solid brick masonry, have a considerably higher cost and take much longer to install. Solid bricks are also poor insulators, which means more cost in utilities. Brick Snaps® Advantages Brick meets or exceeds TCA & PCI tolerances Structural & aesthetic value Simplified engineering No flashing, lintels, or weep cavities No efflorescence Reduced construction time Recommended in seismic zones No sand, mortars, or mixers on-site Brick Snap® Components Returns, arches, headers, radius panels and multiple coursing patterns can be accommodated using Brick Snaps® . A variety of brick colors, textures and shapes allow for flexibility and creativity. The tooled mortar joint completes the finished wall; a preferred detail aesthetically and functionally due to its natural water-shed abilities.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.