Why are used bricks worth more?
One of the primary advantages of using any recycled material, brick included, is that it tends to be less expensive than buying brand new building materials. Which makes sense, given that used bricks don’t have to have the clay mined, transported, molded, fired, and then transported again.
How do I sell antique bricks?
How to Sell Used Brick
Reclaimed materials are a more expensive option due to the costs of sourcing and laying, so always choose an experienced supplier who can guarantee an efficient service, from delivery to completion. Reclaimed bricks vary in price depending on type, age, quality and quantity, so it makes sense to shop around.
Used brick develops a patina that makes it more attractive to many homeowners, builders and landscape pros. With a little effort on your part, you can sell your brick to a contractor or private party. Selling bricks may take a little time, but it’s not difficult to find the appropriate buyers. An overhead view of bricks on a cement surface.
Where can I Sell my bricks for free?
If you can agree on a price, a contractor may purchase your bricks and use them on a client’s home. Place a free ad online using your local version of Craigslist or similar classified-ad sites. Be sure to adequately describe your brick, the amount that you’re selling, and the price.