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Castle Gate Thin Brick Singles - Corners (Box of 25) - 7.625 in. x 2.25 in. (5.5 lin. ft.)

  • Thin Brick Singles provides unique ways to customize installation
  • With 25 corner bricks, each box contains 5.5 lin. ft.
  • Single Thin Bricks can be used individually or with Brickwebb
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Old Mill Brick Single Thin Brick Corners are made from the highest quality genuine kiln fired clay brick. Single Thin Brick is designed for quick and easy do-it-yourself installation. Castle Gate is a distinctive blend of reds, grays and blacks, tumbled for an old weathered look. A perfect fuse of colors representing the homesteads on the Old English countryside. Simply apply adhesive to the back of each thin brick and apply to virtually any surface. They are perfect for unique designs, custom spaces and can be used by themselves or in conjunction with Brickwebb or Old Mill BrickPanel+.
  • Genuine kiln fired clay brick veneer
  • Box contains 25 individual thin brick corners each measuring 7-5/8 in. L x 3-5/8 in. W x 2-1/4 in. H x 1/2 in.
  • 25 single individual corner thin bricks makes it easy for any job, any location, any time
  • Box covers 5.5 lin. ft.
  • Adds comfort, style and value to your home or business
  • Quick and Easy do-it-yourself installation
  • Traditional masonry that can be installed where full brick can't
  • Single Thin Bricks are perfect for unique designs and custom spaces
  • Cuts easily with an angle grinder or tile wet saw
  • Single Thin Bricks can be used by themselves or in conjunction with Brickwebb or BrickPanel+ systems
  • Simply apply adhesive to virtually any surface and press the single thin bricks sheets into place
  • Meets ASTM C1088, Type TBS, Grade Exterior specifications






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Color FamilyMulti-ColoredMulti-ColoredMulti-ColoredMulti-Colored
Compression Strength (psi) 100010001000
Material BrickBrickBrick
Brick Type BrickwebBrickwebBrickweb
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)
7.625
Product Thickness (mm)
13
Product Width (in.)
3.625
Suggested Grout Line Size
3/8

Details

Color Family
Multi-Colored
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
Flooring Look
Brick Look
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Location
Backsplash,Bathroom,Fireplace,Garage,Kitchen,Pool,Shower
Minimum Acclimation Period
No Acclimation Required
Number of Tiles per Case
25
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-Year Limited

Questions & Answers

46Questions12Answers

Can you white wash this brick?

Asked by VV September 13, 2020
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yes. It is real brick. Consider purchasing a color that is closer to what you are looking for.

Can you purchase individual corners

Asked by Dan April 15, 2020
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You can purchase individual corners. We have those corners in all the colors we sell.

Can you install over an existing brick fireplace

Asked by Hmcbride28 October 22, 2019
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Yes you could install over an existing fireplace. But our brick cannot not be installed inside the fireplace.

Can the thin brick be applied direct to treated plywood (with industrial glue) in an outdoor appl...

Asked by DaveC August 18, 2019
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No, it cannot be applied directly to treated plywood.

What are the "inside" dimensions of the corner pieces ?

Asked by needed March 24, 2019
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The dimensions of our single corners are Dimensions: Individual thin brick corner: 7-5/8 in. L x 3-5/8 in. W x 2-1/4 in. H x 1/2 in. 1 Box = 25 thin brick corners 1 Box covers 5.5 lin. ft.

If sealed, can these be used as coping bricks for a swimming pool?

Asked by RJ January 15, 2019
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Answer

We do not recommend using our brick for coping, unless it was embedded into the concrete and not adhered.

What are maintenance requirements for this product?

Asked by Rae July 12, 2017
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None so far. They might need to be sealed.

are they easily removable ?

Asked by snoopyjoe June 2, 2017
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Yes, this can be removed.

How many boxes would I need for 85 sq ft no corners, just a wall? Can it be adhered to plywood? Can it be used outdoors?

Asked by Mo May 21, 2017
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You would need about eleven boxes, and yes it can be adhered to plywood and is perfect for exterior application.

Can these be installed over sheet rock, or do you have to install concrete backer I want to do an...

Asked by Mcg May 1, 2017
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You could install our Brickweb or individual brick directly to Sheetrock with a tile mastic.

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It’s exactly what I expect. And very easy to put...
It’s exactly what I expect. And very easy to put in my kitchen wall. I’m so happy with this corner bricks.
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Well packaged, no broken pieces. This real brick looks great.
Well packaged, no broken pieces. This real brick looks great.
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The veneers arrived all intact. They install like regular brick (I used hardy board and thin set...
The veneers arrived all intact. They install like regular brick (I used hardy board and thin set mortar). They look great!
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Great quality, but colors don’t match online photos
Still waiting on samples of Rushmore and Promontory to arrive. It is difficult to tell how the bricks will look in a space based on online photos. I really wish they had samples in store. I ordered Little Cottonwood, and felt the variation in color lacked - it almost appeared purple in daylight. My second order was Castle Gate, which had much more variation in color, and more character. The Little Cottonwood had very straight edges, and the Castle Gate was more round/rugged/authentic. I personally prefer the Castle Gate round edges and wondered if this difference was on purpose to fit the style of each brick? I’ve attached a photo of both Castle Gate
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The bricks are great and they go up easily. I did 3 sides of a wall so had two corners. The bri...
The bricks are great and they go up easily. I did 3 sides of a wall so had two corners. The bricks go up easily with the tile mastic. To keep the lines straight I ripped 1/2 in. strips of wood that were longer than the wall (4 ft.) and set them on to of each layer of bricks. At about 8 or 10 layers I began taking off the wood strip and moving it up. I took off all wood strips within 30 minutes of putting on the bricks. Also cut the strips into shorter lengths as spacers between the bricks. This part of the project was easy and fun. The grouting was not fun at all! These bricks are old and porous! I knew that and sprayed a low luster sealer on them before I started. It absorbed and so did any speck of grout. I grouted with mortar mix using a "cake batter bag" which was grueling because the the grout kept falling out if I didn't place it perfectly and my hands were ready to lock up after squeezing the bag for 30 or 40 minutes. I learned how to make the grout stay and make the mix thinner so it flowed better by trial and error. Once the grout was in place I used a brick mortar tool to smooth it and give it that real brick wall look. Afterward I smoothed it with a dry paint brush. The problem with this method was the grout smeared all over the bricks. Thinking that I could wipe it off easily due to the sealer I didn't worry about it and wiped the wall off when I was at a stopping point about half way up the front wall. It looked clean when i stopped but the porous bricks had absorbed the grout and when it dried there was a gray film all over the the bricks that would NOT come off! I tried scrubbing with a bristle brush with dish soap, then laundry soap which was recommended on line. This helped a bit. But still looked dull. (I didn't use acid as this was an inside project.) I even tried simple green which did nothing. I got a better sealer and rubbed it carefully into each brick. Again it dried exactly the same. Finally I tried WD-40 - yes oil. I sprayed it in a bowl and rubbed it carefully into each brick with a rag being careful to avoid the grout. This worked and restored the original color. And it dried flat without any sheen. Whew. For the other sections i switched to a 3/8 inch tuck pointing tool that I cut to about 2 1/2 to 3 inches. After sealing the bricks multiple times I grouted with the bag and smoothed with the tuck pointing tool until the grout was in every spot it needed to be. If any touched a brick I wiped it off immediately. Once the grout was in place I smoothed with the paint brush. The brush is essential as it smooths all the lines and works the grout into the tight corners. It also spreads the grout onto the bricks. Again as soon as I noticed any grout on a brick I wiped it off with a clean section of the rag. This took substantially longer than using the brick tool but resulted in a clean wall that didn't need anything afterward. The front wall grout is different on the top than on the bottom but it is minor and no one has noticed. The sides were both done carefully with the tuck point tool. Over all we are very pleased with the way the wall came out. It really looks like an old chimney which is what we were trying to achieve in our house that dates from the 1880s.
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They look amazing! I have received so many compliments.
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We used this in our kitchen, 2 walls, a backsplash and some flooring. It looks amazing. Really gi...
We used this in our kitchen, 2 walls, a backsplash and some flooring. It looks amazing. Really gives character and warmth. We ordered over 500 pieces. Arrived on a pallet. Seriously guys, not one broken piece. Also, super cheap compared to stone store in town. Thumbs up!
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I really liked the product color and quality. Unfortunately, two bricks were broken and I would h...
I really liked the product color and quality. Unfortunately, two bricks were broken and I would have contacted HD regarding this but, fortunately, we were able to finish the project without needing the two broken bricks so I dropped the issue. I love how my kitchen island turned out with these bricks.
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Initial box got delivered with 6 broken pieces. They were kind enough to send out a second box, u...
Initial box got delivered with 6 broken pieces. They were kind enough to send out a second box, unfortunately ALL but 2 pieces were broken. Waiting, now on the the 3rd replacement box.
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