Bricks. Do you go with bricks or do you just stick with your bits of wood? What to do. What to make? Haven’t got a clue. You’re thinking about sprucing up the patio area. This time you want a neat barbecue stretch built in, and for this you definitely need to know where to buy bricks. And for this project, you cannot be saddled with half-baked measures. Speaking of which, your finest bricks will be baked, in full.
Bricks will be baked over at a kiln. Commercial use, industrial-use bricks will all be mass-produced at a really large quarry within or on the outskirts of a central industrial node. It needs to be close enough to the CBD as well. You want to buy bricks. This is for your next domestic project. The patio area, you were saying. You do not need to go as far that quarry to source your bricks. It could be ready made and ready for delivery right smack bang at your nearby hardware store where you would usually buy all of your DIY and weekend supplies.
So, now what? What to do? Do you go to the hardware store? Or do you go direct to the specialist brick maker down at his yard? Going to the hardware store is fine, but then you’ve got to make sure the sales clerk knows what you’re talking about. Better be on the safe side then. Go direct. Talk about your project. Give them the measurements. Think even about colors and styles, and they will supply.
The readymade bricks get delivered right to your doorstop. There will be crane operator making sure that the crate of bricks is carefully lifted and placed in your area of work. One more thing. Did you remember the cement ?