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Clay Canyon

An ode to the clay valley landscapes

 

Triangle Brick’s Clay Canyon, from the Southwest Collection, was inspired by the clay canyons found throughout the Southwest. With a rich color palette of soft reds, creamy whites, warm gold and hints of charcoal, this brick can easily be paired with a traditional or modern exterior. 

Clay Canyon’s has combined texture of smooth and tumbled, which gives this brick so much personality...

2017 Habitat Home Builders Blitz

5 homes, 5 families, 5 professional builders in just 1 week!

Once a year, Habitat for Humanity teams up with professional homebuilders and suppliers in order to make over communities around the nation.

This year was the seventh Home Builders Blitz. The event began in Durham, NC on Friday, June 2nd, morning.

Five homes will be completed for five different families. The event lasts a week from Friday, June 2nd, until Friday, June 9th.

Triangle Brick supported the efforts of Habitat for Humanity and the builder teams...

Cottonwood

Dreamy neutral tones

 

This week we would like to feature Triangle Brick’s Cottonwood brick from the Southwest Collection.

If you are looking for a painted look or just a neutral color palette for your next exterior building project, Cottonwood is a great option for you. The tones in this brick range from subtle reds to creamy whites, with hints of warm gray. The combination of a smooth face and a tumbled edge gives this brick lots...

Sherwin-William’s June Color of the Month

Adriatic Sea SW 6790

 

Sherwin-William’s Color of the Month for June is Adriatic Sea (SW6790). This bold shade of aqua is vibrant all while providing a quite statement. This shade would add ...

Fifty Shades of Green 

Consumers Want Green Design to Yield Greenbacks

 

We get it, not every project can be rooted in benevolence.  Project owners want to make money.  Materials distributors and manufacturers want to make money. And the end-user wants to save money.  Trying to meet everyone’s demands while building a green design or project can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be. 

With the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM), jobsite recycling, and the use of inherently green materials, to name a few, project...

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