Exterior finishes are meant to look good. When it comes to erecting a sturdy yet modern looking commercial building, you can’t be too careful about the finishing you choose. While many are content with sticking to various types of panels, coatings or paint, others opt for a more intricate approach: adding brick finishing to metal buildings.
The option of adding brick finishing to other types of buildings is nothing new. It’s been done for concrete buildings for a long time, and many people also opt to combine steel and brick on a regular basis. But why is that last option considered so beneficial?
So first thing’s first: brick adds a more traditional feel and appearance. No matter how fashionable a metal panel can be, it will not look as refined and beautiful as brick finishing.
At the same time, bricks also add an extra layer of protection. If you ask masonry experts and metal building Colorado builders, they can tell you that bricks hold in the heat generated in your home during the winter. As a result, even if a blizzard or a sudden freeze hits, the combination of metal and a brick finish can do wonders to protect your home from the cold and reduce the amount of fuel and electricity that your HVAC is using.