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Royal Thin Brick

Royal Thin Brick is a brand of Ironrock, a fifth generation family owned and operated brick and tile manufacturer located in Canton, Ohio. Royal Thin Brick is the product of a heritage that is unique to Ironrock. There is no substitute for 150 years of commitment to making fine ceramic products.

Color

The look of brick has a special place in the world of design and is one of the oldest and most recognizable building materials available. There is a warmth with brick that is hard to match. The Royal Thin Brick color palette consists of ten colors that capture brick’s character. Colors were chosen to represent four variations of traditional brick. There are four monotone colors in the group as well as four correspond­ing flashed colors. All colors are naturally kiln fired

 

Design

Royal Thin Brick can be installed on nearly any sound structural surface; indoors and outdoors. Use Royal on new construction and for renovations. Even a tight budget has room for the quality of Royal Brick.

 

Finish

Royal brick is tumbled to capture the essence of a worn brick. In the tumbling process edges become nicked and pieces are chipped off. The appearance of distressed brick is made complete with a traditional blade cut finish.

 

Royal Thin Brick Advantages

Royal Thin Brick is a brand of Ironrock, a fifth generation family owned and operated brick and tile manufacturer located in Canton, Ohio. Royal Thin Brick is the product of a heritage that is unique to Ironrock. There is no substitute for over 140 years of commitment to making fine ceramic products.

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