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Since 1891, millions of homeowners have relied on the beauty, durability, and lasting quality of Acme Brick. The Acme Brick logo is stamped onto select residential brick for very specific reasons. When you see the Acme name, you can be sure that the bricks are:

- Hard-fired for lasting strength - Tested for durability and safety - American-made by an American-owned company - Backed with two of the strongest commitments in the industry: 100 Year Limited Guarantee for homebuyers and Good Housekeeping seal.

Acme Brick, Tile & Stone is a complete masonry resource for builders, architects, designers, contractors, and consumers. Our stores are open to the public and offer all the elements of success for a stylish floor or wall project, which include:

- Installation tools and materials - Sealing and cleaning supplies - Expert tile and stone consultants on duty during store hours.

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Regular Hours
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Neighborhoods
North Houston, Oak Forest - Garden Oaks, Rosslyn Heights
Categories
Roof Decks, Brick-Clay-Common & Face, Building Contractors, Clay, Cultured Marble, Deck Builders, Fireplace Equipment, Fireplaces, Floor Materials, Flooring Installation Equipment & Supplies, Granite, Heating Equipment & Systems, Lime & Limestone, Marble-Natural, Masonry Contractors, Patio Builders, Patio Equipment & Supplies, Paving Contractors, Roofing Equipment & Supplies, Sand & Gravel, Stone Natural, Stone Natural-Wholesale & Manufacturers, Stone Products, Tile-Contractors & Dealers, Tile-Wholesale & Manufacturers
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canwetalk

10/09/2010

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Working on displaying brick products better

Acme is experienced in the brick business, but their display and merchandising needs to be ramped up considerably. For example, I asked how much to install the brick. ""I don't know. We don't do that."" Is this your business or not? You don't even have a RANGE of prices? How can a consumer decide if they can afford to do a project without knowing ballpark an installation cost? If you don't do installation, how about renting space inside your facility to a business that does, so it can be one-stop shopping? Further, no water fountain or water to drink. It's hot in Houston. No table or chairs to sit down, look at merchandise information. You get the idea!