Concrete masonry block is the most economical choice when it comes to choosing material for a new building structure. In addition to being one of the cheaper selections it will:
Masonry and precast costs are similar to - and often cheaper - than other popular building materials.
In a 100,000 sq. ft building, a block structure can save you $1,200 per month versus a frame structure of the same size.
There's no updating, staining or replacement needed with concrete block masonry. That means you save time and money.
Concrete masonry structures can last up to 100 years. During that same time period, wood can deteriorate and leave your structure weak and vulnerable.
Researchers shared their findings from the most recent 10-month study that compared the costs of concrete masonry to other popular building materials. The reasearch uncovered that masonry arid precast costs were similar to - and often cheaper than - other popular building materials.