Build Your Own Outdoor Structures in Brick
This work shows how, using the most basic tools and equipment, the reader can make even the simplest structure look good, increase the value of their property and achieve professional results. It includes: step-by-step projects; information on fitting doors and basic roof structures; information on tools and equipment; and advice from professional bricklayers. This book also illustrates how to lay basic brickwork, including corners, openings and lintels, throwing a foundation, screeding and plastering.
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