Palmetto Brick Co


In 1919 J. L. Anderson of Cheraw established a brick company along the Great Pee Dee River in upper South Carolina. Like many brick makers, Mr. J. L.Ââ€Ã¢„¢s company produced brick in periodic or beehive kilns, primarily for the local area, although rail shipments were made using the now disbanded Bennettsville and Cheraw Railroad that ran through the middle of the property. By focusing on making a quality product at a fair price, the early days of Palmetto Brick set the tone for his companyÂâ€Ã¢„¢s continued growth and reputation in the building materials industry.  

The characteristics of the raw materials available locally make for a most diversified product line and design professionals and consumers will find a wide assortment of colors from Palmetto Brick, from traditional reds to earth tone browns, blacks, grays and buffs. Since no sand-finished brick are offered, through-the-body colors present a palette that is truly unique in the brick industry. The commercial/architectural product line has received awards nationwide for providing the flexibility of traditional colors for matching existing buildings, to crisp, vibrant colors desired for todayÂâ€Ã¢„¢s designs. The broad array of textures and color treatments in the residential line gives homebuilders and consumers alike many options.  

Palmetto Brick Co manufactures product in two categories; Residential Series and Architectural Series and distributing area is Alabama, Canada, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Wisconsin, West Virginia, etc.  

Palmetto Brick Co offers some technical tips such as brick onsite should be protected from mud by storing on plastic or straw, walls should be covered at the end of each days work, care should be taken to protect the brickwork at the base of the wall by spreading straw, plastic or sawdust on the ground, etc. Palmetto Brick does not recommend the use of muriatic acid on light colors, pressure washing or sandblasting on any color to clean brick masonry. Palmetto Face Brick meet or exceed ASTM Specification C-216, Grade SW, and Type FBS. Samples are selected to be representative, although every effort is made to keep the colors and blends as true as possible, but no warranty is made that the color or texture of the manufactured product.  

As the largest family owned brick maker in South Carolina, Palmetto Brick looks forward to find new ways to serve customers with innovative products all the while providing superior service, exactly the way Mr. J.L. would want it.