Re: ANYONE KNOW WHAT TYPE OF BRICK THIS IS?2
Aug 16, 2020 8:36 pm
They look like they are a mix of recycled browns and reds. We’ve used recycled browns, but we had three options, recycled browns, recycled reds or mixed. They pretty much bundle them into those categories. When we choose ours we had the choice of heaps of browns, we needed 6 pallets so picked based on number needed, they were separated into jobs for consistency. Some jobs may have enough bricks for 20 pallets others may have 4, so we just picked on the tone and then number available. What might be there last week could be very different next week, it’s luck of the draw.
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