Breeze Block Resource Blog

Everything you need to build, maintain and polish your breeze block structures

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 Now that the weather is cooling off it’s the perfect time to look into your next home improvement project. What better project for Fall 2023 than a terracotta breeze block wall? They balance the impact of sunlight, provide ventilation and serve as gorgeous separations. 

We put together a few guides to introduce you to breeze blocks, get your breeze block structure built, maintained, and looking pretty for years to come.

Intro To Breeze Blocks

For those that may not be familiar with breeze blocks, we’ve put together a short video that explains the ins and outs of our clay blocks. Check it out below!

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Breeze Block Ultimate Guide

If you’d like to learn even more about breeze blocks, read the ultimate guide blog we made that's packed full of helpful info; click here to read our Breeze Block Ultimate Guide

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Breeze Block Installation Roadmap

Quality installation is essential to the stability and beauty of every breeze block project. We put together an easy-to-follow breeze block installation roadmap that provides you with specific instructions on how to best install your Clay Imports breeze blocks. Also available in Spanish.

Follow this roadmap during your DIY install or give it to your contractor. Keep in mind that installation techniques will vary from project to project, depending on your specific application.

Click here for the roadmap: Breeze Block Installation RoadmapEn Español

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Breeze Block Maintenance Guide

Clay Imports Breeze Blocks are composed of natural terracotta. Though breeze blocks are durable, depending on your application, maintenance is recommended to ensure that your installation looks great for years to come.

Maintenance is especially helpful with outdoor applications, specifically installations that are exposed to harsh sunlight, freeze/thaw conditions and rainwater. Regular cleaning and inspecting of your wall can help in the upkeep of the look and integrity of your breeze blocks in addition to avoiding costly maintenance in the future. Check out our maintenance guide below – also available in Spanish.

Maintenance guide found here: Breeze Block Maintenance GuideEn Español

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How To Paint Breeze Blocks

If you want to add some extra beauty to your breeze blocks, we put together a short video on how to paint them. It’s a lot easier than you might think. Check it out below!

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Breeze Block DIY Video

For our DIY weekend warriors we partnered with our friend Ally at Stampworthy Goods to put together a helpful DIY Install Video. YouTube thumbnail for Breeze block DIY install video clay imports

We hope this list of resources helps you with your next breeze block project! If you have any questions feel free to drop us an email at or chat with us here. 

Disclaimer: since the installation of tile greatly determines the integrity of the project and the tile itself, Clay imports does not warranty this product and is not responsible for dissatisfaction of material following installation. Please inspect all tile upon receipt and notify us immediately if you have any quality concerns. This guide is meant to serve as a general resource. Because each project is unique, consult your tile installer before installing your tile.