Architectural Masonry is the evolvement of standard gray concrete block into an aesthetically pleasing concrete masonry unit. These masonry blocks can be used as a stand alone or in conjunction with other masonry materials. Our architectural concrete masonry blocks are combined with an integral water repellant and come in a variety of colors and texture finishes. Explore our standard and brick masonry options.
Oldcastle partners with a number of industry leading brands and companies to supply our customers with full and thin brick options and to be a complete masonry source provider. Ask us about our clay brick offering.
Greenline 31 CMUs and Greenline Recycling Program provide an innovative, environmentally friendly masonry system utilizing recycled concrete.
In addition to our Artisan Masonry Stone Veneers®, Oldcastle partners with a number of industry leading brands and companies to supply our customers with additional manufactured stone veneer options and to be a complete masonry source provider. Ask us about our veneer options.
The Onestep Building System combines the beauty of masonry, the strength of reinforced concrete and the energy efficiency of polystyrene insulation into a singular building product, which dramatically simplifies the construction process and reduces the environmental impact of high performance buildings.
Redline blended lightweight masonry is a successful time-tested product which is identified by a visible red stripe running vertically on the end of the block. This distinctive feature allows quick confirmation that the product being used in the wall is indeed the fire-rated product specified. Redline has an average weight of 28 pounds per 8x8x16 unit. It combines the insulation and productivity advantages of lightweight concrete with the strength of standard masonry units. Redline also offers advantages in reduced chipping, consistent color and texture with a smooth surface that requires less painting for an even top coat.
Split Face masonry units are integrally colored pre-finished architectural concrete blocks with a beautiful, rough-hewn texture on one or more faces. Units are molded with two units attached face to face. The units are then mechanically split apart after having been cured, leaving the split face with a rough texture, similar to natural stone. The splitting process reveals the aggregates used in the block, so different aggregates will give different appearances and no two units are exactly alike.