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Following are our cement based thin brick series with an average thickness of half an inch. Suitable for both interiors and exteriors. Click on any image to see it in larger view. Scroll to bottom to get more detailed info.

Here are some examples of how they look installed in spaces:

General Properties:

Material: Cement based.

Dimensions: Changes from model to model. Most types are around the lines of 2.25 “ x 8.1”

Thickness: App 0.5″ (except for Byzantine Brick series, which are app 1 – 1.5″ in thickness)

Weight: App 4 lb / sqft (except for Byzantine Brick series, which are app 8 lb/sqft)

Use: Both indoors and outdoors.

Dimension and thickness values are average values. Due to irregular shape of the product, each piece is different, but within a close range.

Technical Specs:

Frost-thaw resistance as per TS699 standarts:
Mass loss: No
Chipping : No
Breaking : No

Water absorption rate:
Average water absorption by percentage of mass: 12%

Average Density:
103.1 lb/cu-ft

Pressure Resistance as per TS3114 standarts:
7 days after production: 35.2 N/mm2
28 days after production: 37.5 N/mm2
Average breaking load after 28 days: 84276 kgf
Average resistance after 28 days: 37.45 MPa

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1 year ago

Inquiring for a commercial product. How much for the cement based brick. Can’t seem to see pricing Is there a price difference for different colors. And lastly what is best for exterior use? Cement based or clay based. Thank you.

1 year ago
Reply to  Bebe

Hi Bebe,

Sure, let me try to answer your questions.

All our brick lines are suitable for both residential and commercial buildings.

Prices do vary by the model. You can see all models that are in stock and their related pricing inside our online shop. Let me copy the link here: https://www.brickmywalls.com/shop-online/

Regarding decision between cement based and clay based, both are life-long materials made to withstand years and years of use on exterior facades under rough weather conditions. It’s just a matter of picking which texture you like better.

Thank you for posting here and feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!

11 months ago

I want to use window clips for boarding my windows with plywood. The clipsrequire that the windows be inset by at least 2 1/2” to work. I barely have a 2” inset. I can “thicken” the brick around my windows to achieve a deeper inset. But I don’t need it all around the window; I only need it where the clips will be placed. To make it stand out minimally I want to add a piece of brick onto select ends of brick – 3”x3” square, three on each side of the window. Can you help me with this?

11 months ago
Reply to  HCtex


I understand that you’re looking for thin bricks in the size of 3×3″ to thicken your wall where clips will be placed to achieve the 2 1/2″ inset depth. We unfortunately do not have bricks in 3×3″ size. You may be able to do this with bricks of another size. It’s also worth noting that thin bricks are between 1/2″ to 3/4″ thickness, and if the clips attach to them through screws, it would be a hard procedure to drill into them without cracking.

Just let us know if you have any further questions!

11 months ago
Reply to  sdoganci

3/4″ thickness would be just fine. And no, they don’t use screws; they grip by friction. What’s the smallest size you have if not 3″x3″?

11 months ago
Reply to  HCtex

Size we have at 3/4″ thickness is 2.7×9″