Residential Brick Masonry


Why should you choose brick for your home?

Classic Beauty
The world's most beautiful homes are built with brick. Nothing else can match its classic style and elegance.

Brick is one of the world's oldest building materials. It is pest and weather resistant, and it's fireproof. Brick homes built hundreds of years ago are still standing, and look as distinguished today as they did the day they were built.

Lasting Value
Brick's beauty and practicality are always a plus when you resell. In real estate advertising, if a home is made of brick the ad always mentions it, because brick offers a selling advantage. On average, a brick exterior enhances the resale value of your home by 6%.

Energy Efficiency
Brick's exceptional "thermal mass" means that it absorbs heat and slows down heat transfer. In summer, brick slowly absorbs heat from the sun and keeps your home cooler during the hottest part of the day. In winter, the brick on your house holds the house's heat longer, keeping you warmer.

Low Maintenance
Brick never needs to be painted and never rots, fades, warps, burns, dents, tears or becomes brittle. It's one of the most enduring building materials known, and you don't have to do a thing to keep it looking beautiful.

Residential Brick Specs

Midland Concrete Products

Providing Concrete Block, Architectural Concrete Block, Brick, Stone, Rockwood, Recon, Keystone® Retaining Walls, Allan Block Retaining Walls, KINGS-wall® Retaining Walls, KINGS-stair™, Concrete Pavers and other landscaping and masonry products.

Midland has a large dealer network who supply landscaping products such as retaining walls, stairs for retaining walls, concrete pavers and clay pavers.


Midland, the Midwest's premiere manufacturer of sustainable masonry building products, is taking the initiative and leading the way by manufacturing top quality sustainable materials without the premium cost frequently associated with "green" products. King's efforts to provide green construction solutions coincide with the efforts of the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design).