salvaged brick

salvaged brick

Brick that has been used previously.
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Salvaged brick from the original structure is interspersed with replacement brick at the tower's corners.
He salvaged brick from the chimney section in the attic, taught himself to lay brick and built a new surround.
Today, the $7.5 million, 32,000 square-foot building features salvaged brick and masonry, reused engineered fill and foundations, a water conservation strategy that starts with dual-flush toilets, sustainable materials and sunlight harvesting through large low-e glass windows.
cities have followed suit, including New York, Toronto and Portland, where incentive programs have added thousands of acres of "green roofs." A temple in Evanston, Illinois, the Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation, hopes its plans for a new solar-lighted home with salvaged brick and low-flow toilets will make it the nation's first certified green synagogue.
This year we decided to start looking for salvaged bricks and cinder blocks to build our beds.
These include salvaged bricks from various buildings, a reassembled concrete screen wall from the high school quad, floral wall panels and concrete benches.
The family lived in the little cottage for about a year as Papa used his master woodworking skills, and the boys did their part by coming home after school everyday to knock mortar from salvaged bricks. When they moved into the new house, the cottage became the "Old House."
One notable feature is a floor made of salvaged bricks.
According to UNRWA officials it was built using locally-made mud bricks as well as salvaged bricks from destroyed homes.
He says salvaged bricks have a small carbon footprint.
Avoid used or salvaged bricks. Their rustic or historic look may make them appealing, but in my experience, most aren't durable over the long haul.
While old salvaged bricks and low-density firebrick provide