Brick veneer steel stud wall system has been used successfully in a wide variety of commercial, industrial, and institutional structures over the recent years. The brick veneer steel stud wall system offers several advantages in its use and application. The system demonstrates superior performance in many specific areas of concern for designers, contractors and property owners making it one the primary choices when it comes to design and construction of both residential and industrial buildings.
This wall system offers several advantages over other cladding systems. The system demonstrates superior performance in many of the specific areas of concern for designers, contractors and property owners, such as attractive appearance, high resistance to water penetration, low thermal transmission rate, ease of construction and low maintenance. In addition, the brick veneer provides a fire rating, reduces exterior noise transmission and resists damage from abrasion and flying debris. Dating to the Colonial era, the brick veneer/wood stud wall system has evolved into a successful construction method used in residential and light commercial structures. Buildings using this wall system are often designed with overhangs, eaves and gutters to help protect the wall assembly from wind-driven rain