Welcome to Mogo Mud Bricks
We manufacture and deliver superior quality puddled mud bricks across Australia. Our mud bricks look great and perform brilliantly with no dusting, crumbling, or eroding in the rain.
Fire and Pest Resistant
Our business is based in Canberra but we supply superior quality puddled mud bricks all over Australia. Since 1999, we’ve been manufacturing compressed earth blocks that look great and perform brilliantly. Our bricks are made to withstand harsh Australian conditions, with no dusting, crumbling, or eroding in the rain.
We offer on-site service for your convenience. Get your free quote today!
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Benefits of Compressed Earth Block
• Aesthetically Pleasing – Most people who choose this kind of construction, find they love the look of the block. The exterior can be coloured or left natural. the finished home blends perfectly with the natural world.
• Cost and Energy Efficient – The most important benefit of Compressed Earth Block building is the energy savings. The thermal mass quality alone defines the strongest attribute of Compressed Earth Block and will result in energy savings for the life span of the building.
• Non-Toxic – Compressed Earth Block making is a non-toxic process. It is ideal for people suffering from chemical sensitivity.
• Durable – The fact that some of the oldest structures on Earth today are made of earth is a testimonial to the durability of this building material.
• Made on Site – Compressed Earth Blocks are commonly made on building sites, this reduces the cost of transportation and the carbon footprint associated with it.
Building Our Sustainability
Soil is being used in countless forms of earthen architecture; places of work and worship, agricaltural buildings, city walls and monuments. In France 15 percent of rural buildings are made of rammed earth, and the United States is the leading consumer of mud bricks in the industrialised world.
There are perhaps twenty different methods of employing earth to construct walls, floors, and roofs of various dimensions and form. The compressed earth block was the first material to be used in the modern earth-building revolution, an entirely new building unit invented in the eighteenth century. This inexpensive building material can boast durability, thermal properties, aestethic appeal, and it greatly reduces the carbon footprint, as the blocks don’t have to be fired, or transported when soil is being harvested from or near the building site.
Termite nests offer an inspiration
Architects around the world are looking to the natural world for inspiration. Buildings that mimic designs seen in nature are looked at as the possible solution to the currently escalating energy demands, as well as being a cost effective and green alternative for housing needs of the world.
Currently about half of the world’s population, approximately 3 bilion people, lives or works in buildings constructed of earth. Soil is being used in countless forms of earthen architecture; places of work and worship, agricaltural buildings, city walls and monuments.