You can find the current price of bricks in Pakistan as well as projected pricing for 2023 here. The standard brick sale involves 500 units each bullock cart and 1000-3000 units per tractor trolley. The following are the prices for a brick trolley and a single eent.
Today Bricks Price in Pakistan Today 6 April 2023
|Bricks Quantity||A Garde – Awwal||B Garde – Doem||C Garde – Khangar|
|Single Brick||Rs. 15||Rs. 12.5||Rs. 12|
|1000 Bricks||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 12,500||Rs. 12,000|
|3000 Bricks Trolley||Rs. 45,500||Rs. 37,500||Rs. 36,000|
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The availability of bricks, the price of raw materials, and the cost of labour all affect how much they cost in different cities across Pakistan. Cities in South Punjab, such as Multan, DG Khan, Bahawalpur, Rahim Yar Khan, Lodhran, etc., have more affordable housing prices. The prices in the provinces of Sindh, KPK, and Balochistan vary from those in the rest of Pakistan. The cities of Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Sahiwal, Khanewal, Peshawar, and Quetta.
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Brick Types and Grading in Pakistan:
Bricks range in cost from one size to another and from one quality level to another. The following standards are used to determine a brick’s grade:
Rough Surfing: A Grade (Awwal Eent) B Grade (Doem Eent) Khangri Eent, or Grade C
Type of bricks are
Tassu (It is thin in height but same in length and width of common brick)
Brick Tile (Thin and large in length and width too)
Size of Red Brick in Pakistan:
The bricks manufactured in Pakistan are a universally defined size.
|9 inches||4 inches||3 inches|
Length x Width x Height = 9 x 4 x 3 Inches
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Brick Count Estimation:
You can figure out how many bricks you’ll need to construct a wall, a room, or a house based on this size. Make sure you have accurate measurements for the building, taking into account the size of the bricks. The overall cost of bricks for any project can be simply estimated once the required number of bricks has been counted.
Methods Used in Brick Production in Pakistan
Brick kilns are where those fiery red bricks come from. Brick factories are kilns created by hand that are coated with clay. Bricks are made using thick clay, water, a mould, and heat from a fire (Bhatta). Using coal and other firing materials, raw bricks are heated to high temperatures in racks of Bhatta.
Standard Operating Procedures and wage rates are set by the Brick Kilns Owners’ Association of Pakistan (BKOA). Brick rates in the country are also discussed and decided upon after input from all members.