Matching brick on a home renovation or an addition to a home
is always one of the questions we get asked by homeowners.
And rightfully so. After all, one of the tell-tale signs of a crudely
built addition to a house is matching old materials with new
Here is a home in Bethesda which the new brick on the rear kitchen
addition matched the over 15 year old original brick almost
perfectly (of course it always helps if the brick is still being
Who says brick can't be matched?
Can you tell the difference in the brick? Which is new and which is old?