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Fiber-cement siding clips; dune-friendly decking; drywall & accessories; ridge vents; masonry
Fast drawers; easy brick cleanup
To ensure good adhesion, use an acrylic mortar admix and make sure the faux stones are fully bedded.
Space Savers - Composite Shingles - Engineered Opening - Outlet Energy Block - Premeasured Roof Sheathing - Operable Acrylic Block Windows - T&G Composite Flooring - Bug-Free Living - HouseNet for Brick
Should you ever find yourself in historic Salem, Mass., skip the wacko occult shops — okay, stock up on black candles or whatever — and head over to the Peabody Essex Museum for a walk-through tour of beautiful Yin Yu Tang, an estate built circa 1800 to 1825 in Southeastern China.
In this renovation, engineered steel braces support a solid brick wall from the outside without disturbing the interior.
Built with concrete rather than mortar and detailed to shed water, this chimney cap should outlast the chimney beneath it.
Supporting this home's brick veneer while cutting through the concrete foundation required careful planning and good temporary support.
A concrete contractor explains how he creates good-looking walks, drives, and patios by combining aggregate finish concrete with inlayed brick and stone.
Are weep holes in a typical wood-frame brick-veneer home required anywhere other than at the bottom? What about over and under windows?
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