Exteriors

U.S. Demand for Bricks, Blocks, Pavers to Approach $9 Billion in 2018
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U.S. Demand for Bricks, Blocks, Pavers to Approach $9 Billion in 2018

A recovery in construction expenditures across all market segments will be the... More

The New Stone Age
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The New Stone Age

Exterior stone work is as popular as ever. Here's a look at how it's being applied... More

High-Performance Exterior for Loyola University New Orleans Renovation of Monroe Hall
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High-Performance Exterior for Loyola University New Orleans Renovation of Monroe Hall

Cost-saving facade option brought to light by New Orleans mason contractor More

Masonry Heater Showcase at World of Concrete
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Masonry Heater Showcase at World of Concrete

MHA heats up World of Concrete with a display of wood-burning appliance construction. More

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Q&A: Various Wall Flashing for Exterior Chimneys

What's the right way to flash an exterior masonry chimney to the wall of the house? More

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Harris County 1910 Courthouse Restoration

2011 Masonry Construction Project of the Year Awards Entry More

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Outdoor Fireplaces Made Easy

What used to take several days is now easily done in hours with StoneCraft Outdoor Living Products. More

Steel Wide Flange Beams
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Steel Wide Flange Beams

Many buildings use steel wide flange beams as lintels in larger masonry openings... More

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Corners in a Flash
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Stopping Rainwater Penetration

Walls leak when three conditions exist simultaneously: rainwater is on the wall; openings exist through which the rainwater can pass; forces are present to drive or draw the water inward. If any one of these conditions is eliminated, the wall won't leak. More

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