All panels can be painted to provide a finished look or can be decorated on the exterior with siding or face brick
and a standing seam metal roof were used for curb appeal.
Early in the 19th century structural changes, such as the addition of a 128-foot-long balcony in front of the building, were made as it embraced the familiar Greco-Roman look with the red face brick
We used SW ("severe weathering") face brick
(also called "common" or "building" brick; 25 cents to 75 cents per) to line the outside pit walls.
The Claybank Brick Factory opened in 1914 manufacturing face brick
for such historical sites as the Chateau Frontenac Hotel in Quebec City and the Bessborough Hotel in Saskatoon; the labour was documented as "brutally manual.
Next, forensic probes revealed the face brick
was not anchored back by way of metal ties to the thick inner firebrick walls of the chimney and large gaps had been left between the face brick
and fire brick wall that had not been grouted.
If we are to feel safe on our streets, it is imperative that banged-up criminals face brick
walls, not windows of opportunity.
It's best at first to not get overly technical about the many selections of brick and their individual classifications, so let's deal with a term you probably have heard of before: face brick
Green plant as a face brick
the construction will match the existing facility and will be wood framed with face brick
and will be slab-on-grade construction.
He opted for precast concrete and face brick
to create an institutional appearance.
The building's exterior will be predominantly comprised of face brick
and a combination of terra cotta, granite, and brownstone, with double-hung wood windows and decorative metal work.