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Wall construction for 5,000 sq. ft. full masonry home in Chicago - GreenBuildingAdvisor

Hello there, I am a homebuilder and I am about to start framing next week on a 5000 SF home. I am looking to build the home as efficiently as possible while staying within my clients budget. This is what I am planning so far: Exterior Walls: 2x6 Exterior Walls with 1/2" OSB exterior Sheathing and 2" Ridgid Foam Exterior Sheathing Question: How does the 2" rigid foam work with a full masonry exterior? Would I hold my 2x6 walls 2" in from the rim board to have the foam sitting on top of the…

Classes Of Stone Masonry

Rubb Masonry This is used for rough work, such as foundations, backing, etc., and although frequently consist-ing of common field stone, quarried stone should be used where possible, as better bondin...

Masonry Detailing Series v.3.4

This is the International Masonry Institute's Masonry Detailing Series. For more information visit www.masonrydetails.org or www.imiweb.org

CONCRETE MASONRY BOND PATTERNS - NCMA

NCMA TEK National Concrete Masonry Association an information series from the national authority on concrete masonry technology CONCRETE MASONRY BOND PATTERNSTEK 14-6 Structural (2004) Keywords: bond patterns, compressive strength, stack bond construction, tensile strength, testing concentrated loads. The flexural strength of stack bond walls spanning horizontally can be increased significantly by the use of bond … Continue reading "CONCRETE MASONRY BOND PATTERNS"

Masonry Backup — Orthodox Masonry

A gallery of photos displaying important features and functions of mass-wall, structural masonry. Paying special attention to the bonding of brickwork, corbeling, arches, fireplaces, and general effect of massing. Custom homes, cottages, pavilions, chapels, and fireplaces.