The "Art" of Brick

Specializing in creative and imaginative solutions for masonry projects that range from the mundane to the magnificent.

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What is Brik-Art?

Brik-Art is a manufacturing and masonry contracting firm dedicated to setting the very highest standards of service in design and implementation.

Since 1971, our distinctive line of brick veneer, distinguished by its unparalleled array of corner pieces and color selection, coupled with our versatility in furnishing installation expertise, has fueled the company's growth by building a massive base of satisfied customers.

Masonry Revolution

Brik-Art evolved to re-create the appearance of brick masonry in a light-weight, user-friendly application that was essentially two-dimensional - decades before brick mason manufacturers even recognized that entrepreneurs had discovered a niche they'd overlooked.

The earliest experiments developed through the time-tested means of market analyses, customer feedback, and trial-and-error. From this mix of off-the-shelf and customized ideas a commercial need for this type of masonry work emerged.

As a pioneering firm in the industry our conscientious dedication to detail and devotion to realism continues to define our profile, as evidenced by the wide array of colors and corner availability.

The "Art" of Brik

Matching Existing Masonry

Many masonry projects undertaken over the years have demanded that our material blend seamlessly with existing brick work, and our customized-on-demand merchandise can be made to withstand even the most exacting and rigorous visual inspection and to appear identical with existing brick.

This is the "Art" of the "Brik"--to viscerally evince existing motif through the eye of the artist and transpose it with the masonry contractor's technical understanding of implementation and application.

Two-Dimensional Appears Three-Dimensional

The Secret of Masonry Art

A fundamental reason Brik-Art veneers are unrivalled in creating realistic decor are the corner pieces, which are key to creating near-unique perfection and rule out the need to imperfectly form corners with mitering.

Rarely imitated and virtually never replicated by other manufacturers is the "top side," "top end," and "top side end," corners in pairs, all needed, for example, on steps where treads and risers converge with returns.