Pavers and Brick
All Acme Brick are manufactured to meet or exceed ASTM specifications.
Acme Brick Company. founded in 1891, is the nations largest American-owned brick company. It is backed by the innovative Homebuyers' 100 Year Limited Guarantee and the famous Good Housekeeping Seal.
The Acme name is stamped onto select residential brick, most often visible along windowsills and at corners.
Acme is part of Berkshire Hathaway, Inc., the publicly traded firm headed by Warren Buffett.
Acme Brick Company contributes to a wide variety of local and national charities.
Use for an interior brick wall to bring added warmth to an area such as a kitchen or family room. Also available with a system of lightweight metal panels where bricks are adhered with adhesive and then secured with traditional mortar.
Acme offers heavy-duty installation panels that are tested to 400 feet high at wind loads of 150 mph. The bricks are modular in size at: 2-1/4" x 7-5/8" face size, thickness is 1/2". Utility size units are available in selected colors
These handsome units are made with the same care, and meet the same specs, as regular paving brick. With simple care, they will last decades. A laser-based process adds your personal message - with an option of simple graphics including logos. (Custom artwork requires permission from the owner and is subject to approval, of course.)
The most common sizes for finished pavers are 8" x 4" and 8" x 8". Monogramming is available in a wide variety of designs and layouts.
Acme Brick's commitment to its architectural customers takes many forms: education, technical assistance, and the special shapes required to execute dramatic effects in brick.
Available in a wide selection of ledgestone, cobble, flagstone, oversize boulders and more from the finest stone quarries.
Units can be hand-tooled and hand-finished at the jobsite.
Installing veneer units is virtually as easy as tiling a wall. Weighing 10 lb./sq.ft. or less,they exert minimal shearing force, which may eliminate the need for footings, wall ties, or other structural supports.
Hill Country Stone are manufactured at Featherlite's Round Rock, Texas, plant and are available throughout the Southwest.
Last Update: 2019-09-18