Welcome to the Home of PGH Bricks
With hundreds of brick colours, shapes, styles and textures, from browns to dramatic reds, golden tans, smooth pastels and even metallics, search here, we’re sure to have the brick for your project.View Bricks
How to choose a brick
With a broad range of bricks available, choosing one can be a little overwhelming. Here you’ll find some tips to help you choose the right brick depending on your design, location and desired overall look and feel.Find Out More
Building and Colour trends are constantly evolving. In this section, we will report on any exciting new trends, ensuring you keep up to date!Find Out More
It can be hard to imagine what your chosen brick will look like in a finished house, so we’ve created Colourtouch.com. This design tool allows you to select a house design and play around with different brick colours, pavers, glass and roof tiles to generate a conceptual view.Get Started
Building with bricks equals fewer upfront costs and virtually no ongoing maintenance costs, as well as energy bill savings. When it's time to sell, brick rates well because it's trusted over newer cladding materials that haven't stood the test of time.
Brick insulates in a way most materials do not. By following good design principles and combining bricks with insulation, your home will keep warm in winter and cool in summer, so you'll love coming home.
Creative Colour & Choice
With our diverse range of sizes, shapes and textures, and over 180 colours, we have a brick to meet your needs. With smart design, blending of brick types and diverse bricklaying techniques, the options with bricks are truly endless.
Strong & Safe
Bricks are permanent. They're weather and age proof. Bricks don't get tired like other man made materials. They won't twist or warp, rot or decay, erode or dent. They are resistant to the extremes of the Australian climate and being non-combustible, they don't assist the spread of fire.
Bricks require virtually no upkeep or repairs, avoiding ongoing costs. Unlike other products, the colour is baked into the product so it lasts for a lifetime. Remember, render will need to be repainted over time, an important fact to consider when looking at the 'whole-of-life' cost of your home.
The density of brick makes for a quiet home, with dramatically reduced external sound, such as aircraft, road traffic and noisy neighbours. Brick can also reduce noise transfer within the home when used on internal walls.