LIVIZA Breeze blocks, also known as concrete blocks, cinder blocks, or concrete masonry units (CMUs), are rectangular building blocks composed of a mixture of Portland cement, water, and aggregates (such as sand or gravel). These blocks are commonly used in construction for walls, foundations, and other structures.
Breeze blocks are characterised by their hollow core, which makes them relatively light and easier to handle compared to solid concrete blocks. The hollow cores also provide insulation and reduce the overall weight of the blocks, making them suitable for non-structural applications.
These blocks are available in a variety of sizes and shapes, allowing for flexibility in design and construction. They can be used in a variety of building types, from residential to commercial to industrial. Breeze blocks are also commonly used in decorative applications, where their unique patterns and designs can add aesthetic value to a building.
Some advantages of using breeze blocks include their affordability, ease of installation, fire resistance, and durability. However, they may not provide as much insulation as other building materials, and their surface texture might require additional finishing if a smooth appearance is desired.
Breeze blocks are a versatile and widely used construction material that offers both functional and aesthetic benefits.

Breeze Block