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Company History

For over half a century, the Miller Brick Company’s commitment to quality and service has been unsurpassed which is why architects, builders, landscape designers and homeowners have trusted Miller Brick to be their partner in both commercial and residential development. Miller Brick was founded in 1949 by George C. Miller. Shortly after World War II; George was awarded the opportunity to supply 3 railcar loads of tile per week to Eastman Kodak Company for the development of their interior spaces. George then purchased the land and buildings located along the Rochester and Southern Railroad to allow for railcar deliveries. Still situated at the original location, additional properties were purchased in 2001 to expand sales operations, warehousing, and inventory storage.

Joe Degnan joined Miller Brick in 1962 to expand sales outside of Rochester, opening offices in Syracuse, Buffalo, and Binghamton. Miller Brick continues to work throughout Upstate New York, however dispatches solely from its location at 734 Ridgeway Avenue.

Mike Ksczanowicz was hired in 1972, dedicated to both Architectural and Commercial sales.

In 1982, Joe and Mike, along with Steve Lynch, purchased the George C. Miller Brick Company. Later joined by Joe’s son David Degnan, this management team has built life-long professions and friendships working to establish Miller Brick as a leader in our community.

Growing demand dictates that the company continues to evolve to meet the needs of an ever expanding construction industry. This has led to an expansive product line manufactured by some of the country’s leading brick, stone and fireplace suppliers.

Now a two-generation family-owned and operated business, Miller Brick continues to be an innovative source in the Rochester marketplace. Whether your need is commercial or residential, Miller Brick can deliver quality products that will enhance your project and achieve the look you desire. Contact them today, and you’ll see why – first-hand.