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New Home - brick front

Anybody has any idea how much does it cost just to go for brick for the front of a new house (40'x30' colonial, 3bed + den, 2.5 bath, 2900 sq ft.)?

I appreciate any responses.
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June 19 2009 - Sharon
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contact a local mason
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June 22 2009
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You'll also need to include foundation work--the brick isn't glued to the side of the house--it requires a secure footing to rest on.
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June 20 2009
Ask the builder to give you a price just for the upgrade to brick, If he's not cooperative then ask some local mason(s).
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June 20 2009
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Also try www.Novabrik.com . They are very nice interlocking bricks. A new technique. No mortar. They will give you an estimate on your square footage needs.
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June 19 2009
The best place to start is with a local brick mason or contractor. Let them know when you expect to begin the work so they can give you a more accurate answer. Be sure to explain what you want to do and they should have no problem giving you a quote.
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