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      Looking to build, expand, or refresh? Ernest Maier offers an array of products to affordably bring your vision to life.

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      Saving Money

      Building better reduces the cost to build, own, and operate a building.

      • Lasts longer
      • Lowers insurance costs– both construction and property
      • Reduces schedules
      • More energy efficient
      • Reduced costs of compliance

      Masonry, concrete, and steel save you money

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      Building Better

      The 3 Little Pigs learned, that you couldn’t use straw or wood to keep the Big Bad Wolf away. We know how to build better, it’s time to embrace it.

      Sustainable Living

      Building Sustainably

      Ernest Maier views it as critical to ensure that we build to last, but that we also build in a way that doesn’t burden future generations. Learn More

      Pont du Gard

      Building to Last

      Masonry, steel, and concrete are inherently stronger materials making them more resilient.