brick. Friday , December 22nd , 2017 - 07:21:40 AM
Next get your job area set up with your brick and mortar boards. Place the brick about three feet back from your wall and a mortar board about every four foot apart with the brick in between them. Next check your bond of your brick, this is a very important step in the brick wall set up. Place one row of brick down on your footer or brick ledge that are evenly spaced with a 3/8 or 1/2 of an inch gap between each brick unit. Try to adjust them so they are all equal and that you end up with a half or a whole brick at each end, this is not always possible but most generally you can adjust your gaping to make the work. Now that you have you bond figure out you need to mark where you bond points are with a pencil. You can either mark the wall you are covering or the footer, just put them somewhere where you can see them.
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