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Bricks and Mortar By John Hall
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Bricks and Mortar is must read, why? because it is the book that we all promise we will write one day but never have the time. My time happened when my surgeon told me that hip surgery was required... More > to repair the damage caused from a lifetime in the building trade and Bricks and Mortar became two books in one as I have also recorded the journey that is Hip replacement surgery and what a journey. if you are due to experience elected surgery then this book is the one to read on your hospital bed to take your mind off things !! i am sure you will enjoy Bricks and Mortar as much as i enjoyed writing it.< Less
The History of Masonry Mortar in America 1720-1995 By John Speweik
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History of Masonry Mortar in America 1720-1995 documents the last 275 years of the evolution of ingredients. The book assists architects and builders in modern times to match mortar formulations when... More > they are engaged in work that requires authentic replication of original material for the restoration of historic masonry buildings. This edition features the history of natural cement, ca. 1820s; historic Portland cement, ca. 1870s; and the beginning of the American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM) in 1902 and the resistance to its formation. Information on the new ASTM C1713-10 Standard Specification for Mortars for the Repair of Historic Masonry is also included at the back of the book.< Less
The History of Masonry Mortar in America 1720-1995 By John Speweik
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History of Masonry Mortar in America 1720-1995 documents the last 275 years of the evolution of ingredients. The book assists architects and builders in modern times to match mortar formulations when... More > they are engaged in work that requires authentic replication of original material for the restoration of historic masonry buildings. This edition features the history of natural cement, ca. 1820s; historic Portland cement, ca. 1870s; and the beginning of the American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM) in 1902 and the resistance to its formation. Information on the new ASTM C1713-10 Standard Specification for Mortars for the Repair of Historic Masonry is also included at the back of the book.< Less