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Why Brick?

Why Brick?

We can say that the use of the first brick goes back as far as human history. B.C. The history dating back to 2500 years and the fact that these products have reached to the present day gives us a lot of information about the soundness and health of the brick. In the northern part of Germany, 250-year-old bricks and roof tiles are still functional in cold climates.

The first industrial production of baked bricks corresponds to the construction of the Tower of Babel in the 4th century BC. Historians have calculated that 85 million bricks were used in this tower. If we think that today, only 5-6 advanced technology factories can produce the brick in this figure, it is necessary to accept that the production made here is truly technological. The tower of Babylon is therefore an important symbol for brick production and industry.

Here are a few reasons why we should use the brick, the oldest building material in the world, used for millennia:

Classical Beauty: The most beautiful buildings of our world were built with bricks. No other material can offer the classic style and elegance of brick-built or coated buildings.

Strength: Brick is the oldest building material in the world. It is durable, weather resistant and fire resistant. To reap a century of life is unfair to him alongside hundreds of historical monuments made of bricks around us. Brick buildings built many years ago are still standing and the views are the same as the first day. The use of bricks on the exterior is one of the best choices.

Long Life Value: Thanks to the beauty and practicality of the brick it offers, its maintenance-free structure adds value to your building when you sell it. Brick is one of the healthiest coating materials as it gives your building the opportunity to breathe.

Energy Efficiency: The thermal structure of the brick allows it to trap heat inside and slow down the heat transfer. In summer, the brick slowly absorbs heat from the sun and keeps your building cool even on the hottest summer days. In winter, the brick surrounding your building keeps you warm by keeping the heat of your building. Thus, while providing great benefit to your fuel savings, your breathing building also increases your living comfort.

Low Maintenance: Bricks never need to be painted. It never rots, does not fade, does not bend or release where it stands, does not burn, crush, tear or break. It is one of the most durable building materials known in the world and you will not need to do anything to maintain its beautiful appearance.

Brick - Sustainable Building Material: Green is beautiful. Maybe you're looking for ways to lead a greener life. The decisions you make when building a building are an excellent opportunity to make our world a greener place. With a long life cycle, energy efficiency, minimum waste and numerous recycling options, brick is one of the best decisions you can make to keep our world green. Also, when you use bricks, you won't have to paint it. Another green decision.

Natural Material: The raw materials required for brick production are available all over the world. Ultimately, these raw materials of bricks produced from clay and other inorganic minerals are the most abundant materials in the world. This ensures that the brick is not only natural, but also sustainable. Considering all its benefits, brick will be the right decision for your buildings with its beauty, strength, longevity and energy efficiency.

Reversible: New buildings can be built with old bricks. Cracked, ground bricks can be reused in bricks or laid on roads, streets. It can be used as a natural filling material and at the end these natural materials are ruled out without any harm to nature. No special storage conditions or poisoning hazard. There is no other building material that can be recycled better than brick. It does not contain any harmful substances as a result of cooking at high temperatures during production.

In the production process, which is based on roughly ground, dried and cooked clay, no waste that may be harmful to nature is released. Almost all of the production losses are classified and used for re-production. Brick is a natural material and respects nature during its production.

In summary, brick-applied buildings, with all the above features, is an excellent building material that benefits both the user, the investor and our nature.