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8 in. x 2-1/4 in. x 4 in. Clay Brick

Product Overview

Mutual Materials’ 4 in. x 8 in. Red Clay Patio Paver is an ideal choice for adding warmth to your patio or pathway. Made with fired clay means the color in these pavers will not fade over time. Their rectangular shape also gives you the flexibility to install them in a variety of patterns.
  • Red Clay brick will withstand harsh weather without fading or cracking
  • Can be used in pedestrian and light vehicular applications
  • Coverage per pallet is 128 SF
  • Brick have one of the longest life cycles of all building materials requiring very little maintenance
  • Note: product may vary by store

Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (cu. ft.)
.2222
Product Depth (in.)
4 in
Product Height (in.)
2.25
Product Width (in.)
8

Details

Brick Type
Solid Brick
Color Family
Red
Compression Strength (psi)
8000.0
Material
Brick
Product Weight (lb.)
5

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Questions & Answers

88Questions18Answers

Will a clay brick immersed in bird fountain leach chemicals and harm birds?

Asked by stephanie March 30, 2021
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Answers

Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, Stephanie, the impact of a long term immersion in bird fountain water of a 8 in. x 2-1/4 in. x 4 in. Clay Brick is relatively unknown. The clay brick may contain one or more salts, such as calcium sulfate, vanadyl sulfate, manganese oxide. In the presence of water, these salts will migrate to the clay masonry surface & react with the carbon dioxide in the atomosphere creating a white-ish powdery deposit. Depending on quantity, the efflorescence (white powdery substance) may increase the pH of the surrounding water. Thank you.

How much per brick

Asked by Jose March 27, 2021
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Answer

8 inch X 2 1/4 inch X 4 Inch = 72 cubic inches. Hope this helps Jose.

when will this brick be available?

Asked by BrickQuestion March 15, 2021
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Answer

This paver is currently in stock throughout Washington, Oregon and Idaho. within this region you can special order through the prodesk in any store.

How many bricks in a pallet?

Asked by Mb March 13, 2021
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Answer

There are 576 Bricks in a pallet.

How many bricks in a pallet

Asked by Hector January 31, 2021
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Answers

There are 576 bricks in a pallet.

how many bricks need it to cover 480 square ft. ?

Asked by Bert December 26, 2020
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Answers

Figure it out. They are 4x4x8.

How many would I need for an area 9ft x 13ft?

Asked by Jim November 25, 2020
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Answers

Depends how many layers.

Can I use this bricks to build a fire pit

Asked by Bandit November 3, 2020
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Answers

It would take 38 brick to go around an 8’ circle. That would be laid length wise eight inches long and 4” deep. Or 76 brick laid in row lock 4” wide and 8” deep.

Hi, Can thus brick be used in water?

Asked by Frank November 2, 2020
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Answers

Yes doust brick can thus be used in thoust water.

how many of these bricks do i need when covering something that is 335 squared inches?

Asked by lene October 11, 2020
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Answers

That converts to 2.32 square feet and it takes 4.5 brick to cover a square foot. You should be set with 12 pieces.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
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  • 86% recommend this product
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Used them in our outdoor fireplace. Great product
Used them in our outdoor fireplace. Great product
by tgif
1 person found this helpful
All in all it's just another brick in the wall
I cranked my favorite album, laid bricks and built a wall that turned out well. The bricks I got are actually 8x4, so they work for paving without gaps and some bonds. But if you're doing double Flemish bond or some other bond with bricks in both stretcher and header position, you'll need a different brick - one that's has a width that's a mortar join less than 1/2 the length. Some buyers report finding 8 x 3 3/4" bricks while others report getting 8x4 bricks. So make sure you are getting what you need.
by Zobotek
2 people found this helpful
I r&r'd a 10'x15' section of my driveway replacing the fugly concrete pad with these brick as pav...
I r&r'd a 10'x15' section of my driveway replacing the fugly concrete pad with these brick as pavers. Pavers were on my wishlist, then a camera inspection of my sewer lines revealed I had an imminent sewer line backup from root intrusion... providing my motivation to get this done. The bricks are uniform in color and size and they are going to look used soon enough. Each brick weights app 5# and there are 595 on a pallet. One pallet hauled nicely in my 3/4 ton. HD did a great job splitting my workorder. With the trench for the sewer line replacement and code requiring sand, then dg. I compacted an 8-10" dg base, then 1" sand to lay the brick. The driveway has a slope which I rounded vs. a single plane. I used my grinder with a diamond blade to cut and go around the newly installed sewer cleanout. I finished the job with Quickrite medium sand which fell into the gaps nicely using a push-broom. With permit for the sewer line, this project was just under $2,500 for materials and dump/recycle fees, jack/compactor rental.
by DaveSD
4 people found this helpful
Nice product. Laid down well on my brick on sand patio
Nice product. Laid down well on my brick on sand patio
by bobo
1 person found this helpful
Used these brick build the base and a a veneer on a pizza oven. They worked great and the price ...
Used these brick build the base and a a veneer on a pizza oven. They worked great and the price was right! They were all uniform in shape and color.
by Matt
10 people found this helpful
happy with end result
We used these for our 300 sqft patio and are very happy with the result! We didn't seem to have any issues with the size, they were all pretty much exactly 8x4 inches and a 90 degree herringbone pattern worked perfectly. These clay pavers are beautiful and look much more classy than the cement pavers, though i had to knock them down a star because they do tend to chip a little on corners and edges when using a mallet to tap them into place. It doesn't bother me too much and adds a little character.
by mustnt
10 people found this helpful
Red clay bricks are great
I needed red clay bricks to continue the pattern in my back yard and was very happy that Home Depot carried it!
by cayalax
9 people found this helpful
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