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Brick floors: A Superior Brick Flooring Option

Brick floors: A Superior Brick Flooring Option

Natural brick’s aesthetic appeal has made it a popular and favored building material for centuries for home construction and residential restorations. Brick flooring may be a pleasant accent to almost any space, whether your home has ancient historic charm, traditional furnishings, or a more modern and informal appearance.

Brick flooring tiles, often known as brick pavers, offer several customization options. You can customize your brick tiles by selecting the base color, texture, color mix, grout/mortar color, and finish/sealant.

When working with our thin brick veneer tiles, there are hundreds of potential design alternatives. Various tile centers also offer their customers the option of imprinting bespoke stamps or designs onto their brick tiles. This results in a very unique brick that will leave a lasting impression in your home.

While hardwood and laminate floors come in a variety of pattern options, because they are mass-produced, they cannot be individually tailored like our handcrafted thin brick tiles. No other flooring material can equal the warmth and unique character of your brick tiles.

Another advantage of laying a thin brick floor is its ease of installation. Our thin brick tiles are installed similarly to any other tile using an adhesive such as mortar. They are water resistant once sealed, but we recommend applying a sealer every few years to ensure continuous dirt and water resistance.

When properly sealed, rick flooring is less prone to water damage than real hardwood flooring, making it a superior choice for both bathroom and kitchen applications. The firm surface of brick material makes cleaning up debris and wiping away spills simple. Simultaneously, the naturally varying tones of brick will tend to conceal any faults or minor stains that develop over time.

Thin brick tiles are also a cost-effective solution for almost any flooring project.

While laminate and hardwood flooring are less expensive per square foot, brick flooring outlasts both of those flooring options. We are pleased to inform you that Real Thin Brick’s thin brick products are kiln fired to temperatures above 2000°F and are built to endure a lifetime. Brick flooring can last for decades if properly cleaned and maintained. To preserve the same appearance over time, most laminate and hardwood floors will need to be replaced or refinished. Brick floors will gradually deteriorate, resulting in a subtle weathered or aged appearance that many customers believe adds to the character and charm of their floor’s design.

Another advantage of brick flooring is that it is naturally fire resistant. If a fire breaks out in your home, brick flooring will assist keep the flames from spreading throughout the space. Brick is also resistant to burn marks caused by dropping hot things by accident. Laminate and hard wood flooring, on the other hand, are not naturally fireproof. Although some materials may be treated with fire-resistant sealants, they will not withstand a fire as well as brick floors.

Brick is made entirely of natural resources at several tile centers. Unlike hardwood, vinyl, and laminate floors, which have been reported to include harmful solvents and drying agents like formaldehyde, aluminum oxide, phthalates, lead, and cadmium.

Finally, brick is an excellent flooring choice for homes, business owners, and designers since its natural roughness gives traction even when wet. This slip-resistant surface is a safer alternative to many types of hardwood, laminate, and vinyl flooring.

Unlike other stone flooring solutions that are cold in the winter, rick maintains a reasonable temperature all year. Brick also complements radiant floor heating systems. What’s not to love about thin brick walls, floors, driveways, fireplaces, and so on.

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