Acme Brick

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P.O. Box 425
Fort Worth, TX 76101-0425

Tel : 817.332.4101
Fax: 817.930.2404
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When Acme Brick was founded in 1891, homes and buildings were typically clad in a single type of material. In our original market, that material was likely Acme Brick. Today, however, we often see buildings with as many as five different types of cladding. As always, we listen to the changing needs and preferences of our customers – so Brick Is Only The Beginning of what we offer. Visit your local showroom to view cladding options such as thin brick, natural and manufactured stone, metal panel, terra-cotta, and high pressure laminate. Acme also carries items for outdoor living (kitchens, grills, landscape units, and fireplaces) and a large flooring selection (tile, wood, and luxury vinyl).
Product Categories:
02780 Hardscapes, Unit Pavers + Porous Paving
04050 Masonry Materials + Methods
04200 Clay, Brick, Terra Cotta + Glass Block
04430 Stone: Quarried + Cut Stone Stone Cladding
04500 Fireplaces + Refractories
04800 Masonry Assemblies + Panels
Commercial + Residential
Showrooms / Distributors:
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Brands / Products:
Acme Brick, CityScape, Fusion, English Cottage, Mac Metals, Pura NFC by Trespa, CupaClad Slate, Stonebrook Natural Stone, Agrob Buchtal terra-cotta, GlassWalk, MetroBrick, Royal Thin Brick, King Klinker

New Products:
Iron Doors, MD Sentinel Security Mailboxes, Outdoor heating, Porcelain pavers, Speedy Mason
Iron Doors

Green Statement/Products:
Since 1891, we have sited our brick plants to minimize transportation costs. Today many of our 15 plants are within 100 miles of large and fast-growing metro areas, which can contribute to MR credit in LEED 4.1 BD+C for sourcing of raw materials. Our brick are made from quality earth clays and fired with clean natural gas in highly efficient, computer-controlled kilns. Many of our brick contain significant pre-consumer recycled materials, such as scrap clay and crushed brick that would otherwise go to landfills. Acme’s commitment to stewardship continues long after production ends. Through our industry-recognized reclamation programs, we have planted hundreds of thousands of trees at inactive production sites and created wetlands that remediate acidic runoff while offering habitat for wildlife.

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Technical Links:
Downloadable Literature
Material Safety Data Sheet
Pocket Guide for Brick Construction
Technical Service Digests
CEU Links:
AIA/USGBC Continuing Education Courses

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