On Fri, 17 Aug 2007 17:50:32 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
Novabrik is not new, I believe it had been around for many years. I attended a
seminar a few years back, with DIY homeowners and professional installers. The
basic system, you installed the "brick" after you remove your old house siding,
installing furring strips. It's simple, I believe any handyman can do it and
save a bundle. Below is Noverbrick website, ask for a CD if you can or download
their installation guide. You can decide whether undertake the job yourself or
get a professional installer to do it. I just bought a house and I intend to
install "Novabrik" myself.
Novabrike Installation guide
Pdf Installation guide.
We installed it on the new church we were building and I found it to
be very easy to install. You will need a masonary saw and a hammer
drill to install it. Very easy to put up and the finished product is
very, very nice looking.
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