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Our Growing Price List for Masonry Work:

Masonry - Paving stones Sq Ft. $7.00
Masonry - Paving brick, in grout Sq Ft. $ 9.43
Masonry - Paving, slate, in grout Sq Ft. $10.01
Masonry - Paving, terrazzo, in grout Sq Ft. $12.13
Masonry - Paving, clay tiles, in grout Sq Ft. $ 9.89
Masonry - Concrete Masonry Units, load bearing Sq Ft. $ 6.16
Masonry - Concrete blocks, decorative style Sq Ft. $ 7.25
Masonry - Concrete block foundation, 8" W Sq Ft. $ 7.94
Masonry - Concrete block foundation, 10" W Sq Ft. $ 9.55
Masonry - Concrete block foundation, 12" W Sq Ft. $ 11.88
Masonry - Standard 4 in brick wall Sq Ft. $15.78
Masonry - Standard 4 in brick veneer Sq Ft. $14.98
Masonry - Standard 8 in brick cavity Sq Ft. $29.13
Masonry - Brick fireplace, 24 in x 24 in Lin Ft. $157.90
Masonry - Quarry tile, floor Sq Ft. $10.26
Stone - Marble, 7/8", in grout Sq Ft. $17.76
Stone - Limestone, 2", in grout Sq Ft. $ 28.42
Stone - Granite, 1/2", in grout Sq Ft. $ 21.32
Stone - Slate, 1-1/4", in grout Sq Ft. $12.70
Masonry Restoration and Surface cleaning Sq Ft. $ 1.41
Masonry Restoration and Acid cleaning Sq Ft. $ 1.12

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AL 29-4C - An alloy of stainless steel that is highly resistant to corrosion used for relining flues where flue gasses may contain highly corrosive elements.
Admixtures - Also called additives. Materials added to mortar as water-repellents, coloring agents or plasticizers to make mortars more workable, or to retard or speed up setting, or otherwise modify standard properties.
Aggregate - Any hard, inert materials (sand, gravel or stone) used for mixing with cementitious materials to form mortar or concrete.
Arch - An arrangement of bricks over an opening
Arris - The sharp edges of a brick
Backfilling - The soil back filled into an excavation. Also brickwork used to fill in space between studs in a frame building, sometimes called Brick Nogging.
Bat - Portion of a brick larger than a quarter.
Beam filling - a filling of brick between the roof timber, from wall plate to roof covering, to prevent the entry of birds and vermin and to render the wall weather tight.
Bedding - a) Bedding places. Those planes in a wall formed by the horizontal joints between the bedding faces of the units. b) Face Shell Bedding. Where mortar is placed only on face shells of hollow masonry units. c) Full bedding. Where mortar is placed on the whole of the bedding faces of the units.
Bed Joint - The horizontal layer of mortar on which a masonry unit is set.
Bond 1 - The arrangement of bricks in brickwork, usually interlocking to distribute the load and attain a pleasant appearance.
Bond 2 - The resistance to displacement of individual bricks in a wall provided by the adhesive property of mortar.
Broken Bond - The use of part bricks to make good a bonding pattern where dimensions do not allow regularized bond patterns of full bricks.
Cavity Wall - Wall of two leaves effectively tied together with wall tie with a space between them, usually at least 50mm wide.
Chases - Recesses cut in walls to accommodate service cables or pipes.
Chimney - A structure made of masonry or metal, which surrounds and supports the flues that vent products of combustion from gas, oil, or solid fuel appliances or fireplaces.
Closer - The last masonry unit or portion of a unit laid in a course.
Coping - The materials or masonry units used to form a cap or a finish on top of a wall, pier or chimney to protect from water penetration. Commonly extended beyond the wall face and incorporating a drip.
Compressive strength - The average value of the crushing strengths of a sample of bricks tested to assess load bearing capability.
Concrete - A mixture of sand, stone, cement and water that sets and hardens.
Corbel - A shelf or ledge formed by projecting successive courses of brickwork out from the face of the wall. Corbels usually support a structural or decorative element.
Damp-proof course - A course or layer of impervious material which prevents vertical movement of water.
Datum - A fixed reference point from which levels are set out.
Durability - The ability of materials to withstand the potentially destructive action of natural conditions and chemical reactions.
Efflorescence - The unsightly chalk-like appearance on a building due to the crystallization of soluble salts contained in the bricks or mortar.
Excavation - The trench which is dug in the ground for the foundation.
Face Work - Brickwork built neatly and evenly without applied finish.
Flashing - Waterproof sheet materials, usually galvanized sheet iron shaped to prevent entry of rain water.
Footing - The broadened concrete base of a foundation, wall or pier.
Foundation - A structure to carry brickwork on to soil or earth.
Frost damage - The destructive action of freezing water and thawing ice in saturated materials.
Gables - Portion of wall above eaves level that encloses the end of a pitched roof.
Gauge rod - Batten marked at intervals for vertical setting-out of brick courses.
Gauge boxes - Boxes of specific volumes to accurately measure the proportions of cement, lime and sand when preparing mortar.
Grout - A mixture of cementitious material and aggregates to which sufficient water has been added to produce pouring consistency without segregation of the constitutents.
Header - The end face of a standard brick.
Header course - A continuous course of header brick.
Initial set - The first setting action of mortar, the beginning of the set.
Jamb - The vertical sides of an opening of masonry.
Joint reinforcement - Steel reinforcement placed in mortar bed joints.
Jointing - The finishing off of joints between courses of masonry units before the mortar has hardened.
Lap - The distance the bricks of the course overlap the bricks of another course.
Leaf - One or two parallel walls that are tied together as a cavity wall.
Lime Stains - White insoluble calcareous deposits on the face of brickwork derived from common cement mortars which have been subjected to severe wetting during setting and hardening.
Lintel - A beam placed or constructed over an opening in a wall to carry the superimposed load.
Lugs - Strips of metal, fixed onto the sides of metal doors and window frames to secure frames to the brickwork.
Mortar - A mixture of sand (lime), cement and water.
Movement joint - A continuous horizontal or vertical joint in brickwork filled with compressive material to accommodate movement due to moisture, thermal or structural effects.
NIB - A small projection of masonry from the face of a wall.
Overhand Work - The process of building a wall with the face away from the mason.
Parapet - A low wall around the perimeter of a building at roof level or around balconies.
Pier - A vertical block of brickwork, which may either be isolated or attached to the face of a wall.
Perpends - Vertical lines controlling the verticality of cross joints appearing in the face wall.
Plans - Drawings used in building a house, usually showing the structure in a horizontal plane, from above, but without the roof. A floor plan shows the floor area of a structure in a horizontal plane. A "section" is a vertical cross section from roof to foundation. An elevation is a drawing of one side of a house.
Plinth - Visible projection or recess at the base of a wall or pier.
Plumb - The verticality of brickwork.
Portland cement - Common cement. A fine powdered materials which, when mixed with water, sets and binds together to form a hard, solid material. It is used as a component of mortar and concrete.
Profile Boards - Temporary timber boars erected outside the enclosing walls of a structure at corners and used to fix string lines when setting-out foundations and walls.
Quoin - An exterior masonry corner.
Racking - The technique of stepping back each course so that further masonry can be built on to and against it without the use of toothers.
Reinforced brickwork - Brickwork incorporating steel wire or rods to ensure its resistance to loads.
Reinforcing - Metal that is built into brickwork e.g. reinforcing bars.
Retaining wall - A wall that provides lateral support to higher ground at a change of level.
Reveal - The area of walling at the side of an opening which is at right angles to the general face of the wall.
Retempering - To moisten mortar and re-mix, after original mixing, to the proper consistency for use.
Return - Any surface turned back from the face of a principal surface.
Roof ties - Lengths of hoop-iron or double strands of wire built into the wall to secure the roof to the superstructure.
Run of kiln - Burned clay bricks from one kiln which have not been sorted or graded.
Scaffolding - A temporary framework, usually of tubular steel or aluminum, and timber boards to give access for construction work.
Sealant - A fluid material which sets but does not harden. Used to exclude wind driven rain from movement joints as well as around doors and window frames.
Section - A constructional drawing showing a view of the cut surface that would be seen if a building or object was cut through, generally vertically.
Sill - The lower horizontal edge of an opening.
Skew Back - The brick from which an arch springs.
Soffit - The exposed lower surface of any overhead component of a building such as a slab lintel, vault, cornice or arch.
Soft-burned - Clay products that have been fired at low temperature ranges, producing units of relatively high absorptions and low compressive strengths.
Soldier - A brick laid vertically on end with the stretcher face showing in the surface of the work.
Special - Bricks of special shape or size used for the construction of particular brickwork.
Stretcher - The longer face of a brick showing in the surface of a wall.
Suction rate - The tendency of a brick to absorb water from the mortar. Dense vitrified bricks has a low suction rate, porous bricks have a high suction rate. This affects bonding properties.
Superstructure - The brickwork from the floor slab upwards.
Threshold - The section of the floor at the doorway.
Toothing - Leaving indents in the wall. This means removing every second brick when adding new brickwork to existing structures.
Verge - Sloping edge of a pitched roof.
Wall plate - A horizontal member, usually of wood, secured to masonry to which the frame construction is attached.
Wall tie - A metal piece that connects leaves of masonry to each other or to other materials.
Water absorption - The amount of water that a unit absorbs when immersed in either cold or boiling water for a stated length of time; expressed as a percentage of the weight of the dry unit.
Waterproofing - Prevention of moisture flow through masonry.
Weep hole - An opening placed in mortar joints of facing materials at the level of flashing to permit the escape of moisture.
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