Jun 22, 2018 9:48 am
We are doing a new home build...the facade includes a bluestone feature projection across the front and returns on the sides of the house. To create depth I want to be able to return the bluestone back toward the house to create a perception of depth to what is essentially a rectangular block. The builder has no issues fixing the bluestone to blue board on the front and side side returns with mechanical fixing . He tells me that bluestone cannot be fixed on the return underside. In other words , can’t be fixed to a blue board ceiling.... hope this makes sense! Any suggestions how to fix bluestone to a blue board ceiling?
Jun 22, 2018 10:05 am
It needs to be fixed to a Lintel or Beam
It also helps if you put up your elevation?
Also please remove builders Name
The more information you put up the better the answer. HTH
Designer,Engineer (Civil,Const & Envir),Builder,Concrete & Masonry Contract.Struct Repairs
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