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Buckheadhillbilly brick

Posted by mfowler423 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 1, 12 at 8:14

I love buckheadhillbilly's brick but cant seem to find a post with the info. Does anyone know or are you still on buckheadhillbilly? Thanks for any info!


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RE: Buckheadhillbilly brick

Perhaps you are looking for buckheadbilly, instead of buckheadhillbilly?
Try searching google for: buckheadbilly that home site


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RE: Buckheadhillbilly brick

Thanks for the suggestion but it's definitely buckheadhillbilly I am looking for. Their home is finished so I am guessing they don't get on this forum much now but maybe someone knows about their brick details.


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I remembered she had a blog and I found it - I don't kniow if she talks about her brick but if not, maybe you could contact her through her blog.

Here is a link that might be useful: Buckheadhillbilly's blog


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RE: Buckheadhillbilly brick

there is refernce in the blog to power brick in athens - here is
a link. http://www.powerbrickcompany.com/


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RE: Buckheadhillbilly brick

Thanks so much momo7 and neighborgirl for the info!


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RE: Buckheadhillbilly brick

Mfowler,

Just saw this post. The brick is Cypress Point by Henry Brick.

Hope this helps!


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Thanks so much for the info! I thought I was a "stone" girl but after seeing your lovely brick I think I am sold!


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Sorry one more question! Which mortar did you use?


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We used Ivory Buff. We did a sample of desert buff, too, but the Ivory Buff gave us the look we wanted. I have some photos of the two in the bog post in the link below.

Here is a link that might be useful: Mortar color comparison.


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Thanks so much for all of your info! Your home is beautiful and I am sure you are enjoying it!!!


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I've seen great fretting over which of the dozens of mortar colours work best. Funny thing is that after a few years they all age, blend and look pretty much the same anyway.


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