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Clay pavers are the perfect choice for home patios, municipal projects, academic campus
design and commercial hardscapes.

Square Edge 4x8

A traditional wire-cut, square-edge clay pavers.

Beveled Edge

Beveled Edge clay pavers have spacer bars to produce crisp lines, optimal spacing for sand joints and interlock between pavers. In English Edge and Georgian Edge series.

Antique

Tumbled after firing to look like reclaimed antique clay pavers.

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Thin

These are 1-3/8″ thick for mortared applications or for installation over concrete, or anywhere a lower profile paver is desired.

 

Modular 2.25

A traditional wire-cut, straight-edge paver for laying a 3/8″ mortar joint.

Permeable

StormPave™ water permeable pavers are 4×8 with beveled edges for crisp clean lines. Their larger spacer bars create a wider joint for washed aggregate to allow water to drain freely. 

Special

Our line of firebrick, ADA truncated domes, engraved and 8×8 pavers.

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Check out all the styles and colors in Pine Hall Brick genuine clay pavers.

Pavers are a natural choice for healing gardens

Healing gardens provide a medically recognized therapeutic space for cancer patients, survivors and family members, as well as the medical professionals who care for them. The Healing Garden at the Cone Health Wesley Long Hospital in Greensboro, North Carolina is a...

Urby Harrison hardscape showcases pavers, earns BIA award

A major landscaping project at Urby Harrison, an apartment complex at the center of the renewal of Harrison, New Jersey, has earned a Brick Industry Association design award. The project demonstrates the versatility of Pine Hall Brick Company’s Old Towne and Rumbled...

Freedom Walkway: colorful paver design tells a story of struggle, triumph

Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. -Ralph Waldo Emerson If you were to visit downtown Rock Hill, South Carolina, you might find yourself in the Freedom Walkway, walking on bands of red and cocoa pavers from Pine...

Downtown revitalization looks to the past, plans for the future with pavers

Like many cities, Lynchburg, Virginia was at a crossroads of downtown revitalization. Retail and residential development outside the city center left the once-thriving downtown down on its luck, as shoppers and retailers moved to brand-new strip shopping centers on...

Innovative paving for Innovation Plaza in Philadelphia

Looking for innovative paving? Along 37th Street in Philadelphia, there are single concrete blocks rising from the ground that celebrate the achievements of individuals within the fields of science, technology, engineering and art, all of whom have ties to...

Congregation builds memorial garden to honor devoted member and veterans

Phyllis Marion Middleton lived her life as a beloved teacher and community servant in Pleasant Garden, North Carolina. She was a lifelong member; from baptism to marriage to eulogy at Pleasant Garden Baptist Church. As a fitting tribute to Phyllis after her passing in...

Paver makeover on Pratt Street: cars, pedestrians and a case study in New Urbanism

What if you owned a downtown restaurant and you wanted to offer outdoor dining at lunch? You could put some tables and chairs out front, on the sidewalk. Same thing if you owned a clothing store – you could have a sidewalk sale, to offer your merchandise to business...

ECU Founders Walk adds beauty and functionality

FOUNDER’S WALK MERGES BIKES AND PEDESTRIANS ON COLORFUL PAVERS At East Carolina University in Greenville, NC, the modern-day slogan is Tomorrow Starts Here. Looking toward the future is nothing new in this place, which began as a teacher’s college in 1907 and which...

Brick is timeless for forward looking schools

Design capabilities provide both contrast, consistency in new school construction projects The school campus that comprises Mae Jemison High School and Ronald McNair Junior High School in Huntsville, Alabama is a study in contrasts: the traditional and the modern, the...

Clay pavers complement historic brick at Asheville hotel

Ridgely Dubel had admired the 100-plus-year-old colonial revival house at 15 Clayton Street in Asheville, NC, which was just around the corner from her own home. When she learned it was to be demolished, Dubel took action, bought the home and converted into a charming...