Repairs: walls

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Following the widespread use of calcium silicate and alumino-silicate-based bricks in the 1960s and 1970s, it is common to see cracks in mortar, often coupled with inadequate movement joints. Significant expansion cracking is frequently apparent. Solution Cutting in new expansion joints (and reinforcing the reveals with extra wall ties) is usually the...

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