Belden brick has a large variety of colors. They are capable of producing up to 250 million bricks per year. They are the perfect company for large architectural projects, including municipal buildings. Their special shapes include arches, stretchers, soldiers, and rowlocks. Belden is the largest family owned brick company in the United States and was founded in 1885.
Known as a smooth brick, 503-505 is a bright red color. We love seeing this brick on larger commercial projects, especially banks, municipal buildings, and office buildings.
503-505 is available in modular, roman, and norman.
Modeled after the classic western mass vibe, Amherst Blend is a gorgeous dark red. With black bricks mixed in, we love seeing it used on large buildings and chimneys. The color range is perfect for New England.
Amherst Blend is available in modular, economo modular, roman, norman, and utility.
Sand molded bricks are perfect for homes or chimneys. We love seeing Belcrest 760 around New England. It will turn any house into a stunning home.
Belcrest 760 is available in modular.
A smooth brick similar in color range to Belcrest 760, Colony Blend is a full range of color. It leads to a more weathered look.
Colony Blend is available in modular.
The smooth Colony Red brick is perfect for large scale architectural projects. With a slightly darker color range than 503-505
Colony Red is available in modular.
With a unique bark texture, Tulip Blend will bring your project to life. Recently we’ve seen this brick used on police headquarters, libraries, and banks.
Tulip Blend is available in modular.
Belden Brick Specs
|Modular||7 5/8″||3 5/8″||2 1/4″|
|Economo Modular||7 5/8″||3 5/8″||3 5/8″|
|Roman||11 5/8″||3 5/8″||1 5/8″|
|Norman||11 5/8″||3 5/8″||2 1/4″|
|Utility||11 5/8″||3 5/8″||3 5/8″|