Endicott's solid foundation was formed in 1920, when the Fairchild family purchased the first equipment for a local brick manufacturing plant. Using beehive kilns, brick was supplied on many homes and commercial businesses in the Midwest. Endicott continued to grow and built their first tunnel kiln and automatic handling system in 1970. Endicott's commercial market continued to spread throughout the United States and Canada as the demand grew for their quality brick. In 1979, Endicott resolved to continue their expansion of providing innovative products and technology to the masonry market, hence ""Floor Tile"" and ""Tile Face"" line was established. Tile that was used as facade eventually came to be know as ""Thin Brick"" due to its narrow thickness, yet full brick look. Endicott's foresight into the construction market once again improved the way things were done, and the keyback design of ""Endicott Thin Brick"" would revolutionize concrete panel construction. Since then, Endicott has worked with numerous contractors and design firms to help incorporate thin brick on Tilt-Up projects throughout North America. Endicott is a proud member of TCA, and is committed to help continue the growth of the industry.
Member since 2005
PO Box 645
Fairbury, Nebraska 68352
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