PGH Bricks launches a new website to make searching for bricks simpler

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PGH Bricks & Pavers has launched a new website to provide architects and industry with a one-stop resource for product information, general advice and design ideas.

The brand new website features a comprehensive listing of leading case studies, offering boundless inspiration for architects and builders seeking to incorporate the beauty of brick into modern residential and commercial designs. Visit www.pghbricks.com.au.

The website forms part of a broader program of initiatives that have followed since the Boral and CSR east coast brick operations entered a joint venture last year. The joint venture announced in August that it would trade under the PGH Bricks & Pavers brand, and this focused brick business is setting new standards for excellence.

Combining the history, resources and expertise of Boral and CSR, PGH Bricks & Pavers knows brick. In the last year, the business has invested significantly in manufacturing capabilities, product range and customer service to seamlessly integrate the two businesses.

In addition to launching a new website, PGH Bricks & Pavers brings together the best of Boral and CSR brick ranges. It now offers the most diverse and colourful range on Australia’s east coast, providing architects with endless options for making their mark on every project.

Inspired by architects: Make your Mark

To celebrate its first anniversary as a joint bricks business, PGH is launching its Make your Mark campaign, which showcases how aspirational architects have reinterpreted bricks in a modern context.

Leading Brisbane architects Stuart Vokes and Aaron Peters have been specifying PGH bricks for more than 12 years to create high impact brickwork. 

“We regularly incorporate brickwork as the principal material of our residential and commercial projects. This has created continuity across our body of work and our use of brick has become integral to our practice,” said Stuart Vokes, co-director at the firm.  

PGH Bricks has helped execute these designs time and again, with a well-rounded range and a team that consistently offers flexibility and solutions within the project budget.

Read more about how Vokes and Peters have Made their Mark with a combination of Sandstocks, Dry Pressed and Smooth PGH Bricks in the Double Courtyard House.

Contact PGH Bricks & Pavers at 13 15 19 or visit their website at www.pghbricks.com.au.

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