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Pine Hall Brick Company has added two pavers to its product line.

| May 9, 2014

Pine Hall Brick Company has recently introduced two pavers to its product line.

Esplanade pavers are ideal for today’s linear hardscape design trends. The size of the pavers (2 ¾ inches by 8 3/8 inches by 2 ¾ inches thick) allows the landscape architect to choose a variety of laying patterns from the classic running bond pattern to triple basket weave. Chamfered on the wearing surface, Esplanade is available in a variety of clear-burn colors. 

Beale Street is a second addition. In colors ranging from reds to burgundies to grays, Beale Street picks up a number of colors from surrounding buildings and landscapes, providing an aesthetically pleasing foreground in both commercial and residential uses.

Esplanade and Beale Street are two of 53 separate varieties of pavers offered by Pine Hall Brick, including both conventional pavers, thin pavers, and StormPave and RainPave permeable pavers.

Genuine clay pavers from Pine Hall Brick Company, the largest clay brick manufacturer in the U.S., are examples of green construction. They are sustainable, because they last virtually forever; they are made of clay and water, the most abundant building materials on the planet; and because they last virtually forever, they are the definition of sustainability.

Our permeable pavers are green - twice. While they appear similar to conventional pavers, they direct rainwater into the ground, where it is naturally filtered, rather than across a hard surface like asphalt, where it picks up pollutants and takes them to the nearest stream.  Please visit www.pinehallbrick.com.

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