brick veneer


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brick veneer

n
(Architecture) (in Australia) a timber-framed house with a brick exterior
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design and installation of a brick veneer backstop.
An updated BIA study, developed by RSMeans, compares the installed cost of total house construction for brick veneer over wood framing with the cost of adhered manufactured stone, stucco, wood shingle, plus vinyl, fiber cement or horizontal wood siding alternatives.
There appeared to be a problem with the steel support of the brick veneer.
The signs are 8-by-5 1/2-foot limestone slabs, posted on a concrete base that has a brick veneer.
A single-story brick veneer never needed ties in the first place.
A particularly lengthy paper evaluates corrosion, mold growth, and moisture accumulation within brick veneer wall assemblies designed per 2006 international energy code.
Construction detail include a wood frame structure on a concrete slab foundation, a combination wood, brick veneer exterior and a wood supported gable roof with an asphalt shingle cover.
We were pouring some concrete between a wall and an existing brick veneer," said Roberts, whose firm is overseeing the job.
He describes how to design patios, paths, and walls, locate and size the project, and use stonework, brick, and stucco; basic, excavation and earth-moving, demolition and specialty, and cleanup tools and safety gear; finishing, mix, setting and reinforcement, and synthetic materials; planning and preparation; and step-by-step instructions for a dry-stack retaining wall, stone patio, brick veneer, steps with walls, block wall with stucco, brick walkway, mailbox column, manufactured stone fireplace, and fire pit with seat walls.
The Stewarts wasted no time in addressing two major problems with their brick veneer home.
The second floor is wood-framed and clad in a brick veneer that matches the first floor's structural brick.