Brick Sculpture By Cannon only uses pre-tested ceramic paver bricks that pass a strict list of brick Institute of America's specifications. As a fundraising partner, you will receive an "engraved" product that will look good, last ultimately forever and carries a satisfaction guarantee or we will replace it for free.
Our engraving process has stood the test of time, unlike many of our competitors who use the cheaper method of laser engraving. Laser engraving is less expensive to produce and there is "no" comparison when compared to our bricks' readability and size of lettering, as well as looks and longevity We will use laser engraving on our miniature replica bricks that are given out as a token of thanks! A wall engraved with thin brick can also use laser engraving beause you are not walking on them.
Please compare our engraved brick sample to a "laser" company sample and see for yourself. Remember, lasers only "mark" the surface of each brick, whereas our garnet sandblasted engraving is cut to 3/16" deep. It is easily obvious to figure out which will "last" longer in heavy abrasive traffic. If still in doubt, just ask the laser folks just how long laser engraved name bricks have been around. You will probably be surprised.
Our main goal is to give our customers the best quality at a reasonable price.