I am currently renovating two century old brick buildings in a downtown area in Missouri. The best product we have found for sealant is called Bright Rock. It is a clear sealant for those who would prefer to keep the exposed brick look. It doesn't make the brick "shiny" as the name would suggest. The heat/cool issues really have to do with the repair and composition of the brick, how many courses of brick there are (my walls are three layers of brick deep) and the mortar integrity.
Exposed Brick Walls: Good or Bad?
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