Antique Bricks for interior flooring

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Old 11-16-08, 02:15 PM
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Antique Bricks for interior flooring

Does anyone know anything about installing antique brick pavers for a kitchen area? We are going to do it ourselves, I'm trying to find a picture of north carolina antique bricks when they are installed with a gloss on them.
 
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Antique Bricks for interior flooring

What do you consider "antique bricks"?

Are they new and made to look old or are they real old traditional brick?

How thick are the brick you like the look of? This will determine what is needed for support and bedding in addition to the type of structureal support.

Dick
 
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They are used bricks that will be cut to 1/2 inch thick, and put on slab floors. They are from north carolina, but the place that sells them doesn't have any pics of them installed with the sealant on them. It changes the color when sealed. Thanks for any info!
 
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I use Florida Brick & Clay pavers all the time.
probably way cheaper then the real brick cut down that your explaining.

they come in a variety of colors.

Florida Brick and Clay Company, Inc.

W-1100 Colonial Blend.
 
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