Panels for easy brick installation

$3.50 /sqft

Screw-on metal panels for brick installation.

1966.77 in stock

No need to convert area into number of pieces or boxes. Pricing and quantities on our website are all provided on sqft basis (and for corner pieces on lnft basis). Simply enter into quantity box the sqft needed for flat bricks and lnft needed for corners. Once you click on “add to cart”, system will automatically round up your square footage to the nearest box size. Box coverages in this particular listing go by 5.33 increments. MEASURE OF UNIT MENTIONED ON OUR SITE IS ALWAYS SQFT FOR FLATS AND LNFT FOR CORNERS. Always feel free to contact us in case of any further clarification being necessary.
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Suitable for our Modular Thin Brick series and Antique Brick series.

  • Metal panels for brick installation.
  • Suitable for both interiors and exteriors.
  • Pre-crafted notches provide for easy alignment.
  • Water channels discharge humidity when used on exterior facades.
  • Applicable on any surface that holds screws.
  • Loxon brand.
  • Made in USA.
  • Each sheet is 16″ x 48″ in size and covers an area of 5.33 sqft.

Simply screw panels on your wall, then start laying the bricks on protruding lips. No need to worry about keeping grout lines level. Adhesion is easily done with elastic adhesives using a caulk gun. Finish up with filling pointing lines with grout.

Additional information

Weight 7 lbs

Got something to discuss?

Juan Lopez
5 months 22 days ago

3.50 a square feet is only for the metal panels, does not include bricks

Saltuk Doganci
5 months 22 days ago

Dear Juan,

That’s correct. Panels are $3.50/sqft and bricks are additional to that price based on which model you pick.

Just let us know if you have any further questions!

Mike Martinez
4 months 24 days ago

I have a wall with a radius of which some of the brick veneer is falling off. It does not have a panel system, it was attached with cement/mortar. Do you have panels that would work for a wall with a radius or can I cut these panels to fit ? Can I turn these panels so that the 48″ side is top bottom, that way I can change my brick pattern to the radius better?

Saltuk Doganci
4 months 24 days ago

Dear Mike,

Thank you for your interesting question. Panels are flexible, so they will curve around the radius. Important point here is the degree of turn. If it’s a sharp curve, panels will have no problem turning with it, but bricks might not be able to. It’s only possible with smooth curves. Since you currently have brick veneer on that surface, I’m assuming it’s smooth enough.

To answer your other question, panels can not be applied sideways, because that have protruding lips where bricks are meant to be laid on. When attached sideways, bricks will need to be sideways also and these will not function as intended.

Let us know if you have any further questions!