Tulsa Masonry and Brickwork Construction Information, Ideas and Suggestions

How to Choose the Best Brick Color for Your Home

Posted on: September 21, 2020

When it comes to home construction, using brick adds a distinctive element that cannot be replicated by other materials. But to really create a look that enhances this feature, one must choose the right color scheme that works with the entire home exterior. That’s what brick contractors in Tulsa, OK are for. As professionals in […]


Are There Benefits to Using Manufactured Stone in Construction?

Posted on: August 21, 2020

These days, construction materials can be extremely costly. This is especially if you are after more luxurious materials. However, if you replace some of those materials with its more affordable counterparts, you will find that you still get the design you want without having to raise your budget too much. Take natural stone veneers, for […]


Stucco and Its Advantages

Posted on: July 20, 2020

Take a walk around your neighborhood in Tulsa, and you’ll notice that stucco homes stand out more than most. So what makes them popular? For one, stucco homes have seamless walls that make them incredibly attractive. And as one of the oldest building materials around, they are bound to have advantageous qualities that have made […]


Masonry Construction – What Are Its Benefits?

Posted on: June 29, 2020

When they say something is “built to last a lifetime”, most of the time it’s just for the benefit of marketing a product to make people overlook shoddy quality. However, when something is proven to be truly built to last a lifetime, you also get a lifetime of benefits. That’s what you get when masonry […]


The Beauty of Indoor Exposed Brick Walls

Posted on: May 1, 2020

When you read “brick wall”, you might automatically think about brick buildings or brick walls that surround homes and sidewalks in Oklahoma. Well, you’re not wrong. But do you know that brick walls are also great for interior designs? Brick walls are great for adding character to a room because it’s so visible and glaring. […]