Owensboro Brick – Brick Veneer & Thin Brick

(All colors and finishes available in Thin Brick)

Stone Center of Indiana, located in Indianapolis has the largest selection of natural and manmade building stone veneer, and also offers a large selection of brick veneer. Brick by brick, and stone by stone, Stone Center delivers a better stone and brick veneer project.  Stone Center’s brick offering includes Owensboro Brick.

Owensboro Brick offers high quality brick veneer including full size brick and thin brick. Owensboro Brick is one of the last family-owned brick companies in the United States. For three generations, Owensboro has only done one thing – make brick. Owensboro’s thin brick and panel brick have been used on high profile interiors and exteriors throughout the U.S. and the world. Owensboro brick veneer has been used by well known retail companies such as: Barnes & Noble, The Gap, Harley Davidson, and CVS Pharmacy. Designers of the Pittsburgh Pirates Stadium chose Owensboro brick veneer. In addition, Owensboro brick veneer and thin brick have been used on many residential and commercial facilities such as apartments, condominiums, office buildings, hospitals, churches, and schools.

Stone Center provides a large selection of Owensboro Brick’s modular brick and queen brick in a broad range of colors and face textures. The entire selection of Owensboro Brick colors and finishes is available in thin brick. Stone Center of Indiana’s selection of Owensboro Brick includes: Olde Allentown, Olde Bakersfield, Olde Liberty, Olde Oxford, Flashed Martingale, Greywood, Sierra, Alexandria, Alpine, Martingale, and Springfield.

Stone Center in Indianapolis delivers to many nearby cities including but not limited to: Anderson, Bloomington, Columbus, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Marion, Muncie, Lafayette, Louisville, South Bend, and Terre Haute. Please contact a Stone Center of Indiana sales professional at (855) 211-9100 for more information.

Protect yourself from the potentially devastating damage that can be caused to your structure by moisture intrusion and mold. Consult with your Stone Center building materials provider about the importance of proper stone installation techniques and use of a recommended vapor barrier designed to prevent mold damage.